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#1 FUGGNUTZ

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Posted May 29, 2017 - 02:48 AM

FUGGNUTZ's Customs
 
WIP
New Found Glory - Hit Or Miss (needs harmonies, full reductions)

Chip Skylark - My Shiny Teeth and Me

Slipknot - Spit It Out

Complete
None yet D:

 

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I figured I should go ahead and make a thread for my customs. I plan on mostly charting songs that my friends and I would like to see in Rock Band 3. I have a lot of songs that I'd love to chart, but I can really only do one at a time efficiently. Hopefully someone else is already working on most of them :P. Please tell me anything wrong with any of my charts. I'd love to make them as good as they can possibly be.



#2 Whizzer

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Posted May 30, 2017 - 12:11 PM

That's a very extensive changelog. Perhaps I'll have a look with the preview plugin. Not my preferred genre, however.

 

Good luck on all things authoring related. Takes a while to get used everything involved in making a high quality, full band custom.



#3 FUGGNUTZ

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Posted July 2, 2017 - 01:12 AM

UPDATE: I have taken over PIK's WIP of Chip Skylark's My Shiny Teeth and Me. I've charted expert drums, pro keys, and keys so far, with the rest to come later.



#4 FUGGNUTZ

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Posted November 5, 2017 - 01:48 AM

So, before I get too far along with this project, I'd like someone to try and review my tempo map in game. I'm charting Slipknot's Spit It Out and this is my first time doing a real tempo map, where you have tempo markers every measure. In order to ensure I didn't do a terrible job, I'd like for someone to play my custom (drums only, 2x bass pedal) and tell me if it feels too off in some places. Here is the download link: https://mega.nz/#!Z6...QkgCkSPUOE-lyY4 Any help would be greatly appreciated.



#5 Farottone

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Posted November 5, 2017 - 02:24 AM

In game testing is the less dependable, you're better off asking people to analyze your Reaper project.



#6 FUGGNUTZ

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Posted November 5, 2017 - 02:54 AM

In game testing is the less dependable, you're better off asking people to analyze your Reaper project.

If I shared that here, I wouldn't be able to include my audio source file, correct? Here it is without the audio:

https://mega.nz/#!I3...gb9TqYcWZaDhtGM



#7 Whizzer

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Posted November 5, 2017 - 03:38 PM

Your chart looks quite good, with only a few minor issues remaining. I'm sure you'll find them.

 

The tempo map, however, is out of sync by a fair bit, but consistently good otherwise. Zoom in on 30.4 and you will see both flams in that beat are not on beat. The first one sounds before 30.4 whereas it should hit exactly on 30.4.

 

Currently, the song would be perfectly playable, with a custom calibration setting for this song only, which is far from ideal. Try to redo your tempo map using the peaks in the waveform to identify snare and kick notes to help you.

 

Finally, you can get rid of the tempo marker on 2.1, as the tempo does not change from 1.1 and it is actually on 1.4.99.

 

In short, you mostly did a good job. Are you planning on making this full band?



#8 FUGGNUTZ

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Posted November 6, 2017 - 12:32 AM

Your chart looks quite good, with only a few minor issues remaining. I'm sure you'll find them.

 

The tempo map, however, is out of sync by a fair bit, but consistently good otherwise. Zoom in on 30.4 and you will see both flams in that beat are not on beat. The first one sounds before 30.4 whereas it should hit exactly on 30.4.

 

Currently, the song would be perfectly playable, with a custom calibration setting for this song only, which is far from ideal. Try to redo your tempo map using the peaks in the waveform to identify snare and kick notes to help you.

 

Finally, you can get rid of the tempo marker on 2.1, as the tempo does not change from 1.1 and it is actually on 1.4.99.

 

In short, you mostly did a good job. Are you planning on making this full band?

Thank you for your feedback! I'm in the process of redoing the tempo map at the moment. I was using the peaks to do the tempo map, but I guess that mistakes built up in certain sections, which lead to the sync issues. This is going to take a while, but once it's done, I won't have to do it again unless I screw this one up too. I'm gonna make this full band but priority #1 is the new tempo map.







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