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FEATURE: Low Tuning Bass Fix feature in DLC Packer/Unpacker Tab #187

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zerkz commented Aug 26, 2014

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myself, and some great help from @L0FKA. And thanks to the metal.

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Rocksmith 2014 has trouble detecting bass tuning below C1. Due to this, many songs cannot be played bass wise in correct tuning. However, a workaround has been devised (see here: http://customsforge.com/topic/5227-5-strings-bass-and-low-note-recognition/, credit to firekorn) in which we set the pitch to 220hz, and raise the tuning of each string by a full 12 steps (full octave).

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  1. Automates the entire, tedious process of applying the low tuning bass fix to just a few clicks.
  2. Quick Fix option that saves working folder/files in the source package's directory, and appends the newly fixed files with '_bassfix'.
  3. Delete Source Package option which deletes the original source package after creating the fixed file.

fabianosan added a commit that referenced this pull request Aug 26, 2014

Merge pull request #187 from zerkz/FEATURE/low-tuning-bass-fix
FEATURE: Low Tuning Bass Fix featuer in DLC Packer/Unpacker Tab

@fabianosan fabianosan merged commit d54b795 into rscustom:master Aug 26, 2014

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fabianosan commented Aug 26, 2014

Good job.
Thanks for all your work.

@zerkz zerkz changed the title FEATURE: Low Tuning Bass Fix featuer in DLC Packer/Unpacker Tab FEATURE: Low Tuning Bass Fix feature in DLC Packer/Unpacker Tab Jan 9, 2017

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