Rocksmith And Thefrenchstallion, always known about it, is it becoming useful for above beginners?
MrVegas
Jul 31 2020, 03:40 AM
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I like to watch streamers, I watch mostly bands like jay postones from tesseract and Misha Mansoor from Periphery, and many others.
Today I came across a streamer who goes by the name TheFrenchStallion. He plays Rocksmith and does all requests, he Streams for hours most days I guess, and he is good!
Every request that came with a donation he played and nailed them close to perfect! he plays non donations to money just goes to the front, as it should. The Requests were random, they were requests for bands like racer x, and requests to play songs from Break my Fucking Sky then your mainstream bands like Metallica. I watched his stream for couple hours before I asked him a question, and he was more than happy to answer any question I had while he was shredding. from his answers to my questions it seems like Rocksmith may be evolving to be more than a game or a beginner tool. its sounds like the library of songs has grown from 3rd party DLC's that it might be a useful tool to learn a lot of covers with backing, while your graded and critiqued. Do you guys have info or experience with Rocksmith and DLC's using your computer instead of a gaming console?

and I forgot to mention he said that you must first purchase specifically the smashing pumpkins cherub rock pack for a couple dollars, before the 3rd party DLC's will work, he also metioned he was uncertain dlc's will work on Mac .. im curious.

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Todd Simpson
Jul 31 2020, 05:49 AM
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It's lot more of a learning tool than some of the previous games like it that just had four buttons on a guitar neck. It can help teach some basic things like timing and hand synch for sure. If you have a game platform, you might get a copy on that. If you don't have a game platform, you'd have to have some sort of compatible device to play it on of course. It comes with a little usb to quarter inch jack that will work as a guitar interface on any computer. No volume or anything but you can jack your guitar in to any computer via usb using this little cable. I used to have one and used it to record all the time as it was so simple to use.

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I like to watch streamers, I watch mostly bands like jay postones from tesseract and Misha Mansoor from Periphery, and many others.
Today I came across a streamer who goes by the name TheFrenchStallion. He plays Rocksmith and does all requests, he Streams for hours most days I guess, and he is good!
Every request that came with a donation he played and nailed them close to perfect! he plays non donations to money just goes to the front, as it should. The Requests were random, they were requests for bands like racer x, and requests to play songs from Break my Fucking Sky then your mainstream bands like Metallica. I watched his stream for couple hours before I asked him a question, and he was more than happy to answer any question I had while he was shredding. from his answers to my questions it seems like Rocksmith may be evolving to be more than a game or a beginner tool. its sounds like the library of songs has grown from 3rd party DLC's that it might be a useful tool to learn a lot of covers with backing, while your graded and critiqued. Do you guys have info or experience with Rocksmith and DLC's using your computer instead of a gaming console?

and I forgot to mention he said that you must first purchase specifically the smashing pumpkins cherub rock pack for a couple dollars, before the 3rd party DLC's will work, he also metioned he was uncertain dlc's will work on Mac .. im curious.

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