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Did Rocksmith change latency settings in an update?


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Recently, I've had to go into my Rocksmith ini file and change "Win32UltraLowLatency=" from 1 to 0.

 

The reason was I went into Rocksmith one day and I was getting a constant popping/cracking noise that got worse whenever I made noise with my guitar.  It was unbearable.  The only fix I found was to change the aforementioned setting.  

 

HOWEVER, I've noticed that I can't get my volume nearly as loud as I had previously.  I've tried messing with the gain and volume from with the sound mixer, etc. The end result is that once the volume get's so high it's sound terrible. Sort of like static and electronic noise together instead of a nice smooth note.

 

 

So I was just wondering if there was some change somewhere that I'd have to have made this change and if maybe there's away to go back to how I had it before.

 

Thanks for taking the time to read and I'd be interested in knowing if anyone else has experienced this issue.

"and i'll keep practicing so hopefully we can all get famous and not having to worry about this stuff xD" - Me

"that's my ultimate goal, as crazy as it sounds" - Friend

 

Shameless Self Promotion: I do Rocksmith Bass videos (and other things) on my Youtube Channel, Please check it out and feel free to ask me to do a bass video for you! www.youtube.com/strikepv

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@@Strikepv ensure your cable is intact maybe could be a grounding issue or driver (like win 10 fall update) which fucked up a lot of things for ppl out there. only way to delay it is  to disable update feature of the windows which is terrible solution.

 

re-setup accoring to rocksmith latency guide, don't forget to recalibrate too.

keep us updated :)

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I am wondering if your audio has reset itself to 41mHz? It should be at 48mHz.

 

It's at the DVD quality setting! :) 48

 

@@Strikepv ensure your cable is intact maybe could be a grounding issue or driver (like win 10 fall update) which fucked up a lot of things for ppl out there. only way to delay it is  to disable update feature of the windows which is terrible solution.

 

re-setup accoring to rocksmith latency guide, don't forget to recalibrate too.

keep us updated :)

 

Cable seemingly works as fine as day one.  I can go in and 'Listen to this device' and hear my playing just fine.  It doesn't sound any more or less distorted from any other day as far as I can tell.

 

I also run windows 7 so any windows 10 update won't mess me up lol.

 

I tried resetting things to default and calibrating, restarting my machine and re-launching rocksmith and I still get the constant crackle/pop noise.  I can make a video of the two different sound issues I'm having if it'll help.

"and i'll keep practicing so hopefully we can all get famous and not having to worry about this stuff xD" - Me

"that's my ultimate goal, as crazy as it sounds" - Friend

 

Shameless Self Promotion: I do Rocksmith Bass videos (and other things) on my Youtube Channel, Please check it out and feel free to ask me to do a bass video for you! www.youtube.com/strikepv

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@@Strikepv please do with showing your settings window and rocksmith ini as well

Something has changed since you hear static and brcause of it you cant really go on higher volumes now so rs will noisegate you a bit more =worse sustain

 

Also worth trying thees

https://forums.ubi.com/showthread.php/802854-Rocksmith-2014-PC-Configuration-and-FAQ

 

https://www.reddit.com/r/rocksmith/wiki/lag_guide

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