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  1. Why is it when I right click on Reaper now four arrows show and it makes me scroll (as opposed to showing a context menu)?
  2. It's in the album art repository, in the updates folder. http://www.keepitfishy.com/albumart/ RB1 DLC and the RB1 exports don't have album art because RB1 didn't use album art. When RB2 came out which did use album art, art for the older songs was put in a separate folder.
  3. A fun little custom song you may remember from Tony Hawk's American Wasteland. Sygenysis made this custom; I just converted it.
  4. Sygnesis made a chart of Sonic Reducer by Dead Boys for me and allowed me to release it on C3. I love what he did with the chart! It's especially fun on guitar. I made two versions, one with multi-track (Spleeter) audio and another with single-track audio.
  5. I think it would be a proper full game in the vein of The Beatles: Rock Band.
  6. Can we list cases where a cover/re-recording/live version is the only version released as a C3 custom? Examples: KISS - Shout It Out Loud (GH5 re-recording) Reel Big Fish - Beer
  7. Yeah, I only mentioned it for completion's sake. (Then again, you could say the same for Do You Feel Like We Do.) Though the studio re-recording would be interesting. The best version of the song is that alternate live version that was in Band Hero. Also, here is Time Bomb.
  8. The studio version of Time Bomb has already been made into a custom. Also if you're including all of them, then the studio verson I Want You to Want Me, as boring as it is, should be included.
  9. I've also used it for: An alternate version with a synth solo charted to guitar (and its associated 2x bass pedal—in this case, I had to use a second "Other" track) An instrumental version of a song that used DIY multitracks
  10. I checked the database, and nobody did this iconic theme song? Seriously?
  11. "Where Everybody Knows Your Name" by Gary Portnoy (Cheers theme song)
  12. Also, Live version is official song -> Different live version is not OK to chart (Example: The live version of I Want You to Want Me by Cheap Trick from the Cheap Trick at Budokan album is official DLC, so the alternate live recording that was included in Band Hero cannot be released.)
  13. Here is a nice sounding song I charted from FL Studio. Video link (song only)
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