- Create a song. Although these exclude vocals due to storage and possible copyright issues.
- You'll be able to name your song as well as creating album art. After you've done all that you can upload it to GH Tunes where anyone can download it.
- You'll be limited to 5 songs at first. But depending on the ratings you get you'll possibly be able to upload 10 or more.
- The song sharing mode will be in the Wii and PS2 versions also, but GI says it's unlikely that it'll be as robust as the PS3 and 360 versions.
- Drums, bass, vocals guitar
- Create a rocker
- Create a guitar and drums
- All songs will be master tracks
- They don't want to discuss specifics on track listing out of fear of being scooped by the competition. However they confirmed 4 bands: Van Halen, The Eagles, Linkin Park and Sublime.
- A new guitar designed by Red Octane that includes a new input mechanic that'll "impact the way you play GH in the future".
- GI saw see through notes while playing that Neversoft said was the new input mechanic and that they were trying to patent.
Also about GH4, there are no more licensed guitars thanks to the Gibson falling out, and that's the reason the're going to allow you to create your own guitar. Red Octane is creating a new guitar that'll have a function on it that'll "directly impact the way you play GH in the future.". GI said while they were playing they saw see through notes that Neversoft really wouldn't comment on other than saying they're trying to patent it.
But the real possibilities begin to open up in the Advanced Studio mode, a full recording toolset that rivals such computer programs as Apple's popular Garage Band software. In this mode, you have total freedom to write, arrange, and record songs as you see fit. A vertically scrolling grid shows the song's various tracks, rhythm, lead, melody, bass, and drums. You can craft your song by recording live playing (with a little help from the game, which automatically "quanitizes" or corrects off beat notes to quarter, 8th, or 16th notes, and so on) or by "step recording," in which you place individual drum hits or notes on the grid one by one. It's also possible to create loops which can then be copied and pasted ad infinitum, a feature which is handy for drum and bass composition.
The guitar options are nearly endless in Advanced Studio. You'll have a host of amp sounds and effects pedals, and the ability to create and assign custom scales to the different buttons and combos on the neck. Three-button combos even allow instant access to acoustic tones. Drums are equally flexible, allowing you to select from a huge selection of conventional kits, then quickly hit the back button for Latin-style percussion sounds.
W skrócie: zupełnie nowa koncepcja kontrolera, budowanie własnych kontrolerów, tryb tworzenia własnej muzyki (i dzielenia się z innymi), same mastery (czyli bez coverów).
Ten post był edytowany przez Tawotnica dnia: 18 marzec 2018 - 13:11