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Can't make a DLC correctly, it won't start


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I've watched a couple of different vids on how to make songs and I believe I am doing each step correctly.  When I start the song I have created in Rocksmith I can see the notes down the train but they don't move forward then a couple seconds in it closes the song as if it has finished already.

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I experienced that issue when I first started.  For me, it was the fact that I forgot to add leading silence at the beginning of the track.  If the audio starts as soon as the game initializes the custom, it can cause the chart to not move.  Also, if you forget to set the seek setting in WWise, it can cause this.

Sometimes I use big words that I don't completely understand, just to make myself seem more photosynthesis.

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Yes, Yes. Got it :-D. I missed the seek setting as I was neglecting WWise as just a basic audio conversion program. Time for some fine tuning or should I say fine timing and I'll be posting some more Beatles tracks and some Everclear.  Rock on!!!

 

La la la I am sooo happy now.

 

Thank you!!!

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Now I'll have to check that I am not making a CDLC that is already a official DLC's. Fail number 2: making a CDLC that is already a official DLC without knowing it was and posting it. Sorry admin guys I will check next time before posting.

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