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Polishing up CDLC



Hi, first let me thank the various members here for all their helpful advice. The good news is that I've managed to complete two working songs (with a third in the works), which still need some minor editing and better tones. 


Here's a couple of things that I wanted to ask relating to polishing up DLC, the first relates to Fret-Hand positions. I know you can place FHPs in order to make the DLC look better, however is it possible to place FHP in just one part or certain parts of a track? A lot of the times the auto position does the job, however if I place even one FHP then I need to place them throughout the entire track, which is tedious.


The second relates to dynamic difficulty, specifically, difficulty increments. I'm currently working on a track that has some monstrously difficult guitar solos in it and I'd like the DD to increase in smaller increments (single digits at a time). Is there a way to do this?


I know there was a page called polishing up CDLC, or something similar, that might cover some of these topics, but after stumbling on it I've been unable to find it. Does anyone know where this page is?  

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@@Yojimbo1989 For FHP, you can have EOF generate them and then only adjust the one that needs adjustement making your work easier.


For precise DD, you would need to do it by hand but i wouldn't really suggest that amount of work to you. But by using the config file "Keep All Level" in the DDC, you can get a better granularity than with the default setting.


There's mostly this topic that comes to mind :



That you can find easily by browsing the tutorial section which can also contains tons of interesting post.

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