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I have not made a dlc in a while and I completely forgot how to import tones into the toolkit that you made from the game. I remember you have to change the file type to a .xbox or something like that but after hours of manually trying and looking through the internet I can not find anything related to importing tones in this way. To be clear this is not getting a tone through a normal song ie. going to load tone and clicking a song so it loads the tones in that song. This is getting the tone out of the game that you made yourself into the toolkit. Please and thank you!!!

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From the CDLC Creator tab:




1) Click the 'Import' button next to the 'Tones' listbox

2) From the "Select CDLC Song Package or Tone File or your Profile' prompt, change the 'Files of type:' combobox to 'Rocksmith 2014 Game Save Profile (*_prfldb)  (Custom tones that you created in the game are saved to your *_prfldb file)

3) Change the 'Look in:' combobox to the location of your game save *_prfldb file and select it

4) Select the *_prfldb file and click the 'Open' button.

5) Select your custom tone to populate the 'Tones' listbox

6) Finish creating your CDLC

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