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Sounds like this:

--6--

--6--

--6--

--6--

--7--

--6--

 

While another layer does this:

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-----7----7-----

--6----6--------

 

While another layer does this:

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-----4----4-----

--6----6--------

 

Also the whole track is kinda sharp.  It might just be sped up for the youtube vid; I'm not sure cause this track isn't on the American album I own.

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Sounds like this:

--6--

--6--

--6--

--6--

--7--

--6--

 

While another layer does this:

------------------

------------------

------------------

------------------

-----7----7-----

--6----6--------

 

While another layer does this:

------------------

------------------

------------------

------------------

-----4----4-----

--6----6--------

 

Also the whole track is kinda sharp. It might just be sped up for the youtube vid; I'm not sure cause this track isn't on the American album I own.

Thanks man that is so correct , the tab author does mention that the recording sounds sharp , what sharp e called on Rocksmith? And http://www.silenthillmemories.net/music/sh4_osts_en.htm. Like you can see here the european version only contain this track ,I really don't understand why because it's really good one.
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There are a few ways to handle the sharp audio.

 

1) Have Rocksmith ask the player to tune up a little bit.

On-disk examples:

No More Mr. Nice Guy - E Standard (A447)

Machinehead - E Standard (A447)

Champagne Supernova - E Standard (A443)

 

There's probably a proper way of finding the tuning, but I would just try 447 and see how it sounds.  If you are still flat, bump it up a couple cents and retest until you get it right.

 

2) Lower the pitch of the audio track.

Using Audacity (free and should be on your computer anyways :) )  you can click effect->change pitch-> and change the pitch by something like -0.3 semitones.

There are those who will say this ruins the song, but to each his own.

 

3) Do nothing.

If being out of tune doesn't bother you, this is a option.

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There are a few ways to handle the sharp audio.

 

1) Have Rocksmith ask the player to tune up a little bit.

On-disk examples:

No More Mr. Nice Guy - E Standard (A447)

Machinehead - E Standard (A447)

Champagne Supernova - E Standard (A443)

 

There's probably a proper way of finding the tuning, but I would just try 447 and see how it sounds.  If you are still flat, bump it up a couple cents and retest until you get it right.

 

2) Lower the pitch of the audio track.

Using Audacity (free and should be on your computer anyways :) )  you can click effect->change pitch-> and change the pitch by something like -0.3 semitones.

There are those who will say this ruins the song, but to each his own.

 

3) Do nothing.

If being out of tune doesn't bother you, this is a option.

Thanks man i hope ill do it right , ill let you know when ill finish this :)

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