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Wake The Blind X Steven Cannatelli - "Bulls On Parade (Cover)"


Wake The Blind X Steven Cannatelli Bulls On Parade (Cover)

Release Type: User
Audio Type: Single-track
Reductions: Yes (Auto/CAT)
Pitched Vocals: Yes
Vocals Gender: Male (1)

Band:
Guitar:
Drums:
Vocals:
Bass:
Keys:
Pro Keys:
Pro Guitar:
Pro Bass:

Author Notes

Sick cover of Rage Against The Machine's Classic Bulls On Parade with a metalcore twist!
 
Overdrive and auto reductions have been done, aswell as pitched vocals, bass, guitar and drums.
 
Enjoy



12 Comments

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Atruejedi
September 12, 2020

I would quickly fail this 3-star difficulty guitar chart. The GYO chord present here isn't in any Harmonix guitar chart, so I'd have no muscle memory. Add in the fact that there are sustains between those GYO to GBO transitions and it's curtains. Sometimes difficulty for difficulty's sake is not fun...

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ThreeAreEss
September 13, 2020

I would quickly fail this 3-star difficulty guitar chart. The GYO chord present here isn't in any Harmonix guitar chart, so I'd have no muscle memory. Add in the fact that there are sustains between those GYO to GBO transitions and it's curtains. Sometimes difficulty for difficulty's sake is not fun...

Silly, Atruejedi, difficulty for difficulty's sake is what Clone Hero's entire identity revolves around. :>

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Joshwantsmaccas
September 13, 2020

I would quickly fail this 3-star difficulty guitar chart. The GYO chord present here isn't in any Harmonix guitar chart, so I'd have no muscle memory. Add in the fact that there are sustains between those GYO to GBO transitions and it's curtains. Sometimes difficulty for difficulty's sake is not fun...


Harmonix has also never charted panic chords before, and probs never would. Me on the otherhand am not scared to try new chords, and honestly with a couple of practices I had no issues playing it and it became fun. Jump into practice mode and try it, even with my small hands once you nail it once you get it down. It's only hard because you have no muscle memory for that chord :P
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Joshwantsmaccas
September 13, 2020

Silly, Atruejedi, difficulty for difficulty's sake is what Clone Hero's entire identity revolves around. :>


This is a great point!
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Farottone
September 13, 2020

Just to clarify the point about chords and rules, while Clone Hero effectively doesn't have universal authoring standards, Rock Band does, you can always consult the official docs to learn more about them. Those standards were created so that players could always expect a consistent experience regardless of author. "New chords" don't exist within the framework of the Rock Band authoring rules: a GYO chord on guitar or bass is "illegal". Players are not expecting to play it regardless of difficulty, authors are not expected to use them. Same goes for proper sustaing length, sustain trimming, flams, etc., all rules that coming from Clone Hero to Rock Band need to be taken into account.

 

There is no "authoring police", so you can release a song breaking those rules if you really want, but it will be clear to those who download it that the song has not been authored to proper standards by someone who didn't care enough to do a proper job.

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Joshwantsmaccas
September 13, 2020

Just to clarify the point about chords and rules, while Clone Hero effectively doesn't have universal authoring standards, Rock Band does, you can always consult the official docs to learn more about them. Those standards were created so that players could always expect a consistent experience regardless of author. "New chords" don't exist within the framework of the Rock Band authoring rules: a GYO chord on guitar or bass is "illegal". Players are not expecting to play it regardless of difficulty, authors are not expected to use them. Same goes for proper sustaing length, sustain trimming, flams, etc., all rules that coming from Clone Hero to Rock Band need to be taken into account.
 
There is no "authoring police", so you can release a song breaking those rules if you really want, but it will be clear to those who download it that the song has not been authored to proper standards by someone who didn't care enough to do a proper job.

I've said this many times tho. I am not Harmonix. I author my way and that does not mean I am not doing a 'proper job'

 

There is no "authoring police", so you can release a song breaking those rules if you really want, but it will be clear to those who download it that the song has not been authored to proper standards by someone who didn't care enough to do a proper job.

Drum chart has a lot of missing notes and notes that aren't there, looks like a botched chart, sort of like the chart someone made for the Killing in the Name cover.

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Joshwantsmaccas
September 14, 2020

Drum chart has a lot of missing notes and notes that aren't there, looks like a botched chart, sort of like the chart someone made for the Killing in the Name cover.


Remember my charts are done by ear, the killing in the name cover has been updated aswell.

If you think the drums are missing parts tell me where and what you think instead of calling my chart 'botched'
From what I can hear, the drums are all there. Hell, not even the band themselves have mentioned anything missing.

If you have constructive criticism to give me, feel free. But if you just wanna put someone's chart down then you shouldn't be here ‍♂️
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AlexanderWR
September 14, 2020
0:44 Mother of God...
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Farottone
September 14, 2020

I've said this many times tho. I am not Harmonix. I author my way and that does not mean I am not doing a 'proper job'

It actually does, it's the definition of it. If you ignore authoring standards set for the game, regardless of who authors the song (be it Harmonix, independent authors through RBN, external contractors, customs authors, etc.), you are not doing a proper job. You're doing the job "your way", which as I said is not prohibited, but it's not how a RB3 is supposed to be authored.

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Joshwantsmaccas
September 15, 2020

0:44 Mother of God...


It's quite fun, stretch them fingers ;) (it's alot easier than it looks)
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Joshwantsmaccas
September 15, 2020

It actually does, it's the definition of it. If you ignore authoring standards set for the game, regardless of who authors the song (be it Harmonix, independent authors through RBN, external contractors, customs authors, etc.), you are not doing a proper job. You're doing the job "your way", which as I said is not prohibited, but it's not how a RB3 is supposed to be authored.


Hence why my charts aren't JUST for Rock Band. If I was taking paid requests, I'd agree with you, but I'm putting out free content. So I will continue to do my way of flams (like phase shift charter's do it), experimental chords with things like panic chords (which rock band doesn't have an authering technique for iirc) as you said, it's not prohibited, it's my way of charting and I've gotten much more praise than negative criticism.

If I have notes missing due to either not hearing something correctly, and people have constructive criticism to help that part of one of my charts, I'm all ears. As I've always said.