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How to handle non-standard-tuning?


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Hi,

 

I just started working on a "Fields Of Fire"-CDLC-project when I ran into this problem:

The song is in non-standard tuning.

 

"All the studio versions of Fields of Fire (except the demo version)
are mastered at too fast a speed. As a result they end up midway between
the key of E and the key of F instead of D."

 

"As with many Big Country songs, the version on Buffalo Skinners is mastered at the
wrong speed so you'll need to re-tune your guitar by half a semi-tone if you want to
play along to this version."

 

Is Rocksmith capable of handling this?

If "Yes", what do I have to consider when producuing the CDLC?

 

Best, Adrian

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It's possible, by changing the tuning frequency in the toolkit you can have turnings be slightly higher/lower.

 

I haven't done much fiddling with it myself but half a semitone up might be something like this?, might be worth asking someone who knows what the're doing since I might've screwed the math, but a 100 in the offset sets it up a semitone so half (50) should be right?
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