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Is there a fast and easy way without learning how to make a dlc from scratch to split solos ?

What i mean is that sometimes in the cldc the solos are ultralong and using riff repeater is a pain in the ass ( back in black for example, or even unforgiven ). 

so, the question is: Is there a way to modify the cldc and split the solos so i can learn them bits by bits ?

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Unpack cdlc - try to get from it sng files then convert 'em into xml. Also unpack audio file.

In EoF load xml / make new project and swap xml files. Then add more sections, save and pack dlc.

 

Sounds weird - but it's possible ;)

Feel free to edit my CDLCs, use tones etc.

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Easily no, you'll be better asking the charter than doing it youserlf.

 

You can do it yourself but you'll need to use all the tool that a charter would use (unpack the song, edit it in EOF, repack the song) and i suppose that's something you don't want to do.

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