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True regular keys on dolphin rb3?


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#1 i0brendan0

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Posted August 11, 2017 - 12:12 AM

Is it possible to emulate regular keys on dolphin? If you use a controller set as guitar it won't work correctly with overlapping notes and I want my preview videos to have the correct chart preview since some of mine don't have pro keys. There's multiple options I have with actual hardware or possibly a code could be used to emulate correctly if it is possible. Or if by turning on the pro keys code causes the game to think its keys could work if it does.

If this is a question for the dolphin forums, a mod can close this and I will put it there.

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#2 Kloporte

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Posted August 11, 2017 - 01:09 AM

You can use the gecko code for fake pro keys, set all your instruments, turn on All instruments mode and press B+A on the first controller (green+red on a guitar). Your controller will be recognized as a RB3 keyboard and you'll be able to pick reg keys or pro keys.

#3 Alternity

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Posted August 11, 2017 - 01:21 AM

If you have the real wii keyboard (or the wii MPA) it can work via USB passthrough. Every wii instruments I tried using with this worked as fine as the real console (don't even need to map the instrument; having it plugged will be enough). Here is the wiki page: https://wiki.dolphin...USB_Passthrough



#4 MorbidFable

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Posted August 11, 2017 - 10:53 AM

Why don't you just use Phase Shift?



#5 Kloporte

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Posted August 11, 2017 - 04:35 PM

Why don't you just use Phase Shift?

Can't speak for him but I prefer doing preview videos on Rock Band instead of Phase Shift. I can record the venue on my Xbox and the gameplay on Dolphin with autoplay, and it shows unison phrases, drum fills, big rock endings, vocals, all of which don't exist on Phase Shift.

#6 i0brendan0

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Posted August 12, 2017 - 07:48 PM

You can use the gecko code for fake pro keys, set all your instruments, turn on All instruments mode and press B+A on the first controller (green+red on a guitar). Your controller will be recognized as a RB3 keyboard and you'll be able to pick reg keys or pro keys.

 

I had a feeling that using the pro keys cheat would allow regular keys. But I wasn't quite sure my PC is crap so I can't play a song well.

If you have the real wii keyboard (or the wii MPA) it can work via USB passthrough. Every wii instruments I tried using with this worked as fine as the real console (don't even need to map the instrument; having it plugged will be enough). Here is the wiki page: https://wiki.dolphin...USB_Passthrough

I do have a wii pro adapter that I could use.

Why don't you just use Phase Shift?

Can't speak for him but I prefer doing preview videos on Rock Band instead of Phase Shift. I can record the venue on my Xbox and the gameplay on Dolphin with autoplay, and it shows unison phrases, drum fills, big rock endings, vocals, all of which don't exist on Phase Shift.

Yes phase shift doesn't have vocals and all of that stuff and then the regular keys is a weird visual and pro drums is 7 lanes instead of 4.

So thank you guys for the help. I'll let my preview video maker know so my charts can come out perfect.

Or if your still available would it be possible for you to make them? It's very hard to get ahold of the person who does my videos and the last batch didn't come out great.

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