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Repack a song with different tuning?


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Hi Guys,

 

is it possible to repack a CDLC-song with a different tuning? Because the song "Fortress" by Alter Bridge is in Open D5 but should be in Open D5 flat (half step down). So can you help me? Because its very annoying to play and the notes don't get detected respectivley I have to play it in the wrong tuning.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Greetings

cheffe :)

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To change tuning in an existing CDLC:

  1. Use the toolkit CDLC Creator to 'Import Package'. 
  2. Then select the arrangement that you want to change the tuning on and press 'Edit' button. 
  3. The 'Edit Arrangement' window opens.  Here you will see the tuning of the arrangement. 
  4. Press the '...' selection button to the right of the Tuning display. 
  5. The 'Tuning Editor' will open.  Here change the tuning to what ever you wish. 
  6. Click 'Ok' and back out by clicking 'Ok' until you get back to the 'CDLC Creator'. 
  7. Then press 'Generate' and answer 'Yes' to change Arrangement ID prompt.
  8. Play the revised CDLC and see if you changed the tuning to what you wanted.  If not keep trying.

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