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I need help. Notes start too late in rocksmith


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Can somebody please help me. I spend several ours importing and synchronising a song in EOF. All looks well here, but when I try the song in rocksmith remastered, the notes come about 1 second too late and I can't figure out why. I tried adding leading silence, convert the ogg again, dragging the notes 1 second, nothing helps.

 

If someone is willing too help I can send the complete project. (it is the bass section of Uzebs Doobie).

 

Thanks in advance,

TheKidMSX.

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If the note are in sync with the audio in EOF, you should not have any issue if you use the guitar.ogg as the audio file for the toolkit.

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Are you sure the note are actually in sync in EOF then?

 

Try to delete every other audio file beside that guitar.ogg

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yes, when I open the file in EOF, show the wave form and start the song, the notes are where they need to be. At a certain point I received a warning about something with a phrase that had no count or something like that. I tried to resolve this. I tried to add 1000 ms of leading silence and I guess that's where it went wrong, because when I look at rocksmith It seems like the difference is this 1000 ms. So I tried the toolkit with the original mp3, wav and ogg all with the same effect. But tonight I will try your suggestion. I hope I can fix this because I have put a lot of time in this song and it would be a shame to throw it all away because I can't get it to work properly.

Thanks so far, I will let you know if deleting the audio solves the problem.

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