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[Tutorial] - How to Convert Songs to Rock Band 3 Custom


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#1 Punk Guy

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Posted June 14, 2016 - 05:11 PM

 

 

 

 

I know the Quality is very bad. But here is the Video and Follow the Steps as Provided

 

 

 

 

1. Have The Files that were converted from Phase Shift.

 

2. Open up Reaper.

 

3. Drag and Put the Song and Midi file to where Exactly the Song starts.

 

4. Be precise to sync up your audio to the First Beat.

 

5. Copy the Midi Notes onto the Original Track before Checking.

 

6. Check if the audio and chart itself is synced, and Always check if there are unnecessary notes in the Track..

 

7. Add Overdrive and Fills to the track if desired.

 

8. Use CAT, if you want to get Reductions.

 

9. Chart Tracks if Desired in the song audio. And Put the Event and Beat at the End of the song

 

10. Export Song and Midi file to the path you chosen

 

11. Open up Magma and Fill the Details.

 

12. Don't use the same backing file to the Charted tracks.

 

13. Check the boxes in the Info if you have charted or Converted.

 

14. Save and Build the Song.

 

15. Check if there are Errors, If there are errors you don't know. Ask the Forums.

 

16. Put the Converted or rb3con to the RBtoUSB (you can use other programs to put the file to the USB)

 

17. Check if its Synced and Ready to go before Release

 

 

 

Don't Drag the Track from the File that is gonna be Converted

 

 

 

I hope these are simple to Follow. and if it is not Right. Someone else can Fix up a Better one. But this is how i do it when i'm converting songs.

 

Enjoy!


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#2 Farottone

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Posted June 14, 2016 - 06:34 PM

Thanks for the video. :) One very important things is: never, under any circustance, edit the template. Don't suggest people delete the original tracks and replace them with the MIDI they import, it's a recipe for disaster. Have them copy paste all notes instead.



#3 samjjones

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Posted June 14, 2016 - 07:36 PM

Hey, this looks familiar!

 

Pray tell...where is the Phase Shift song repository?  I was able to find the Frets on Fire "Tune Posting" forum (and I've converted a couple of those using these exact same steps after asking for permission to convert to RB3 format from the original poster...thanks for documenting in a nice video!)



#4 Punk Guy

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Posted June 14, 2016 - 08:18 PM

Forgot to mention it in the video. But thanks Anyways

 

Thanks for the video. :) One very important things is: never, under any circustance, edit the template. Don't suggest people delete the original tracks and replace them with the MIDI they import, it's a recipe for disaster. Have them copy paste all notes instead.


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#5 Russell_GuitarGuy

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Posted June 14, 2016 - 09:11 PM

Thanks for the video! Now I can finally get use to making my songs I have been working on lately and figure out how to make them playable from Phase Shift/Frets on Fire all the way to Rock Band 3! :)






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