When comparing Rocksmith® 2014 Edition - Remastered vs Yousician, the Slant community recommends Yousician for most people. In the question“What are the best tools for learning to play the guitar?” Yousician is ranked 1st while Rocksmith® 2014 Edition - Remastered is ranked 2nd. The most important reason people chose Yousician is:
Works with PC, Mac, Linux* as well as Android and iOS. *64 bit versions of Linux only.
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Pro Receive live feedback
Unlike learning songs from YouTube or tabs. Rocksmith will give you feedback there and then when you play the song and will adjust the difficulty accordingly.
Pro CLDC for a vast vast selection of songs
While lacking your favorite song can be a con, if you dig around you will probably find a Custom DLC for so many songs and it's easy to add them to the game without too much hassle.
Kill zombies by playing chords, practice scales in a beat'em up this and more can be done in Rocksmith's Guirarcade. Once tedious tasks became something exciting (especially scales) once you pick up this piece of software.
Pro Turns learning into a game, making it fun
With Rocksmith 2014 you can learn how to play a real guitar through a Guitar Hero-type game.
Pro Multi platform support
Works with PC, Mac, Linux* as well as Android and iOS.
*64 bit versions of Linux only.
Pro Step-by-step tutorials
Yousician guides you with easy step-by-step tutorials and gives you exercises that fit your level.
Pro Instant feedback
Get instant feedback on your accuracy and rhythm as you play along with interactive tutorials.
Pro User created content
Many popular songs have been recreated by users for you to try and learn. Access to those is restricted to the premium tier though.
Pro Not only for guitars
Supports pianists, guitarists, bass & ukulele players.
Pro Supports teachers and classes
Has functionality for teacher - student relationships.
Pro Track your progress
You can see how you improve from the very first session and store your musical achievements.
Con Official DLC can be pricey
If you are a fan of a vast variety of music you can end up with huge cart that can easily get into hundreds of pounds. The price per song is definitely more that your usual iTunes or Google Play price.
Not that many good bundles either.
Con Value priced premium tier will charge you for the whole year in one lump sum transaction.
Con Free version is quite limited
As with many freemium software you are quite limited of what you can do until you pay.
Still you get limited time a day with all features unlocked. After that feedback feature and unlocking of new content is not available for 12 hours when the timer resets.
Ads restricted to promotion of Premium tier, so no weird "download this crappy app/game" stuff.