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Is this a good website/tutorial to start making own cdlc's? I'm interested in making some because it looks like fun and to make those obscure files you don't see anywhere. Any tips pros/cons would be helpful and of course if the link isn't allowed then delete please. Thanks. 



These sfeps are for RS customs but the procedure is the base to build RS2014 customs as well, the difference is that you'll be working with an updated version of Wwise that spits .wem files intead .ogg

Time? I can't give you time... Anyone can... Time is just an illusion...


My CDLC'S here --> Rush Forge

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I used the tutorial/walkthrough on http://rocksmithcustoms.wikispaces.com/ as a guide for my first CDLC, and it worked pretty well.  I tend to work on a project over the course of a couple of days, and a written tutorial works much better for me than a video.


However, over the past week or so it seems that the link above has Access Restricted - is anyone else noticing this?  I registered, but still no luck.  Has anyone figured out how to get access to that site again?

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Those wiki was deleted by its creator, so bless god you already know how-to create CDLCs(I think there was not so perfect tutorial on how its actually done, vids can give you much complex view on how it actually done,  but its good when you can look at written tutorial for tips or just as quick help)

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