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I've recently started playing Rocksmith 2014 on PC and was looking to see if I could play through my M13 and amp rather than use the sound & tones from my laptop. An article here says that you can definitely play through an amp by using a guitar splitter http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=208747982. Do any of you know if I can output from my guitar into the Mono Input, then output to my amp (Blackstar 5) via the Mono output and output to my laptop from Output Right via the Realtone cable that comes with the game. I'm wary of trying in case I damage any of my equipment... Many thanks
I am a long time Rocksmith2014 user. I love that it has "Authentic Tones" as part of the software. It has a tone designer not unlike that of the FX100. In Rocksmith I play with the "Authentic Tone" or a "Custom Tone" with the backing of the original song. However, sometimes Rocksmith will mask your playing with an accompanying guitar so it can be difficult to distinguish what you are really playing from how "good" Rocksmith is making you sound. - Enter the FX100.... I was just given the FX100 as a gift and love that you can download tones for it but, I think it would be extremely cool to be able to convert my Rocksmith tones to AMPLIFI FX100 tones. I am wondering if anyone has done this or even attempted to do this? I know that the Rocksmith tones are available in an XML format I am wondering if the AMPLIFI tones are available in a similar XML format and can be compared with the Rocksmith ones. This would make conversion so much easier. If this is not possible it's going to be a laborious job to copy the tones from one system to the other. - Any input, help or just general interest in seeing this work is greatly appreciated.