http://www.mediafire... Rhythm on Bass
I'm sorry I've waited so long to make another update, it's been pretty hectic lately. This is a pretty diverse little batch of songs, so hopefully there's something for everyone here. Here's a list of the fixes:
First up we have "Ain't That a Kick in the Head?" by Dean Martin. This was charted by mrmet2087, so all credit for the original goes to him. There was some illegal punctuation and missing capitalization at the start of vocal phrases, as wall as an extra space between the syllables and hyphens (fel - la - instead of fel- la-). These have been corrected. The tempo map is still a little iffy, but the note position is at least consistent so it is still playable.
Next we have two version of "Faint" by Linkin Park. Both TheOreo and mb1nightmare charted their own versions of this song, and with their permission we've combined the best of each chart and made some extra fixes. For this version, Oreo charted vocals, harmonies, bass, and drums, while Nightmare handled guitar and keys/pro keys (with the help of -para -dox). Also, the Rhythm on Bass version has Oreo's guitar on guitar with Nightmare's rhythm on bass. I fixed some lyric issues (underscores in place of some hyphens, capitalization at the start of phrases, removed all commas), fixed drum animations, and did some small venue edits.
"Time to Pretend" by MGMT. Fixed some typos and punctuation, adjusted vocal overdrive, fixed reductions of guitar and pro keys to be more in line with the authoring docs, added a mature content filter. This was originally authored by rageer, so many thanks to him.
Last, we have a very special custom. This was a song I received from Alex Taylor a few months ago. I offered to record video previews for his songs, and he was kind enough to let me choose which song he charted next. I picked "Earthquake" by The Used, so he charted everything except for vocals and sent it to me. It was still a work in progress at the time, as he wanted to add vocals and harmonies before he released it officially, so he asked that I keep it to myself in the meantime. With his brother's permission, I'm really happy to be able to share another contribution of his with the community. I haven't made any edits to it, it's exactly as it is when he sent it to me.