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Song with clear tones and RS Remastered


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After downloading RS Remastered I am having problem to hear clear or acustic tones for my DLCs songs. The sound is to low I only hear my strings on the guitar but once it changes to distortion its ok again. An example is Pink Floyd Comfortably numb. By clear tones I mean tones that are not fuzz or distortion in it and the problem comes to all my CDLS songs with acustic or clear tones.

 

Happening on both desktop computer and laptop but not my PS3 where I only have originale DLC. I have also tried both my cables. This problems started with latest patch from RS Remastered introducing teh acustic microphone input.

 

Anyone else having this problem?

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I'm guessing that with the Rocksmith Remastered update, I believe they tweaked the way the game calibrates your guitar. The clean tones may not be able to pick it up, as the Distortion tones up the gain and volume on your guitar. Try re-calibrating your guitar. You can do this by going into the in-game tuner, and pressing the key to re-calibrate, I think it's space or ctrl. 

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