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cranberry1977 Oct 25, 2013 @ 5:40pm
how to increase your guitar volume? game volume drowns guitar sound
Hi is there any audio setting that can help increase your guitar volume? mine seems like it's just a tad too soft as compared to the vocal and drums in the game when playing songs.
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905 Oct 25, 2013 @ 6:05pm 
There is a volume setting in game I think. Its under settings. All the way to the right on the main menu. One or two options before exiting the game. I've never messed with those. Also, there is a setting for recording devices under control panel and sound that lets you increase the volume of the realtone cable. That I have messed with because it also can affect note recognition. I usually have mine around 30 to 40.

If this was for RS 2014 .... you are really asking in the wrong forum, but I suspect the concepts are similar. I know people have been cranking up the volume on their realtone cables on the windows recording devices area.
Last edited by 905; Oct 25, 2013 @ 6:05pm
e_sanders25 Oct 28, 2013 @ 1:19am 
Another person with what sounds like the same dilemna I have. The orignal games guitar volume could actually overpower the tracks. Which I liked, actually. But in this game the guitar is wayyyyy too toned down. Even the loud and heavy songs don't sound very good as a result. And that bit about Avenged Sevenfold being strangely soft is absolutely true for me also. Very low volume on that. Bob Dylan was louder!
jafraod Aug 29 @ 7:56pm 
After using your volume-knob on the guitar and every option available in windows and the game itself, there is still another option:

Did you check the correct height of your pick-ups in your guitar? The right distance between strings and your humbuckers/ singlecoils you'll find in your guitar manual or just google it. If necessary use the two screws to adjust. Just an idea though...

Good luck!
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