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April 16, 2013 at 10:22 pm #388462
It seemed to me that *all* C3 tracks derived from GHtoRB3 should be multitrack…
Within the database, GHtoRB3 songs are listed with a “Convert” icon. I figured this would imply multitrack status as well, but then the Linkin Park song is specifically listed as both “Convert” *and* “Multitrack”.
So what’s the status on “Convert” tracks? Should they have both icons by default? Or do these other songs just use the GH charts, but were from a period where the audio is not yet decrypted?
EDIT: Puddle of Mudd also has both icons explicitly.April 16, 2013 at 10:34 pm #398484
The GHtoRB3 stuff probably should have both listed. You can assume anything from the project that is a full-band era convert is. The GH3/GHA-era stuff may not be, if and when it arrives.
The Messenger, Na Na Na, and Psycho aren’t GHtoRB3 project tracks, even though they are converts — I believe they’re WoR tracks, where we didn’t (necessarily) have decrypted audio, so they were explicitly noted.
Probably an oversight on our part. ” src=”/wp-content/uploads/invision_emoticons/default_SA_emot-3.gif”>April 16, 2013 at 10:44 pm #398486PikminGuts92ParticipantThe Messenger, Na Na Na, and Psycho aren’t GHtoRB3 project tracks, even though they are converts — I believe they’re WoR tracks, where we didn’t (necessarily) have decrypted audio, so they were explicitly noted.
Actually just “Na Na Na” out of those three songs doesn’t have multitrack audio. The reason for that was because that song never came to Wii and the files on Xbox 360 have yet to be decrypted from my understanding.
But I notice that the GHtoRB3 conversions on our database don’t have multitrack audio notated. Which I think they should be.April 16, 2013 at 10:59 pm #398487
Ah, it’s true that I didn’t even consider pre-full-band era GH tracks: I wasn’t interested in music games until Rock Band added all the other instruments…
At any rate, I’m the kind of player who will probably be almost exclusively interested in multitrack offerings (for proper drum cut-outs), so I’ll need to know that I can trust the “Full multitrack” search filter on the database! If I’m understanding the above feedback, it currently does omit some of those songs.April 16, 2013 at 11:04 pm #398489
Yeah, I would wager we’ll fix it up. We’ve been busy since pre-launch so it may have slipped through. ” src=”/wp-content/uploads/invision_emoticons/default_SA_smile.gif”>April 17, 2013 at 12:40 am #398497FarottoneKeymasterso I’ll need to know that I can trust the “Full multitrack” search filter on the database!
If it’s “full multitrack”, it’s wrong. “Multitrack” is more precise, because we have no control on how the stems have been provided. I personally have at least one song in the making that is multitrack but has keys and drums on the same track. It’s multitrack, but one of the two tracks (probably keys) won’t cut out on error, for obvious reasons.April 17, 2013 at 1:42 am #398499
Looks like three categories of audio right now: Regular audio (non-multitrack), Partial multitrack (“karaoke”, etc.), Full multitrack. So I guess songs with a “shared” audio stem would be in the “Partial” category.April 17, 2013 at 2:01 am #398502Looks like three categories of audio right now: Regular audio (non-multitrack), Partial multitrack (“karaoke”, etc.), Full multitrack. So I guess songs with a “shared” audio stem would be in the “Partial” category.
If we really want to get nitpicky, there should be four, but seeing some of the bleed over in official content, I’m probably not going to get up in arms if we’ve got something that has one shared stem. ” src=”/wp-content/uploads/invision_emoticons/default_SA_wink.gif”>
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