Chimer0s;4124910 said:What happened to the ability to navigate through a list of songs with the drum pads? I'm playing on the 360 and I can't navigate with the drum pads anymore. I have to reach over and painstakingly click with the D-pad to move through a list. I have over 500 songs all together so that can be a real pain for me. Any chance of having this re-added? Not everyone plays the guitar/mic and can strum/use an analog stick.
PowerGamer990;4126979 said:Umm... I can confirm that it does NOT occur for guitar... At least, not on mine. (I'm on 360, btw)
Mahoro;4123013 said:- PS3- "Dead End Friends"This song doesn't count toward the 'Dave Grohl Band' career goal, but the other Them Crooked Vultures song does.
Starfleet_Rambo;4121437 said:Who the effin hell thought the string sound for navigating through the song list with guitar WAS NOT annoying as hell?!!!?I reckon I need to turn off background noise next time. Hope that effin takes care of it. :mad:*spits*
waldo15;4127778 said:Same happens with the Xbox 360. It is probably a database situation where someone forgot to include him in the band's roster (heck, he only started the darn band anyways )
chico76;4127917 said:Comment on previous issue: fretboard "transparency"I don't know what everyone is talking about. It was bad in Beatles, but I haven't had any issues playing any instrument at this point. I like the more solid fretboard and I like the blue tint on a 4x streak on guitar (that we only had on bass before). Polling the 5 other people I play with, there is absolutely no issue with seeing notes over here...
greyfus;4127672 said:Many before me have said: I'm just posting the previous comments regarding the fretboard transparency to illustrate that this is a serious issue that needs to be addressed. While not technically a "bug", obviously, it was a grievous oversight on the part of the designers and play testers -- assuming there were any, I can't believe not a single one mentioned "we can't actually see the notes we're supposed to be playing" before the game shipped.The only possible explanation for the transparent fretboard is to allow the background animations to be seen, and I'm sure a lot of time and money and creativity went into creating the background animations (well, not as sure after reading through this entire thread of comments) but it's not why we play the game, and to sacrifice actual gameplay for the sake of aesthetics is simply vanity.The Beatles: Rock Band's note highway was pretty bad, but still semi-playable. Rock Band 3, however, is unplayable because of the fretboard transparency. Honestly, this is a game killer for me. As evidenced above, I'm not the only one this is affecting but maybe it is affecting me more severely than others as I can promise I'm done playing Rock Band 3 until this sees some sort of fix.
Jiterbug;4122524 said:System Xbox 360: Mic problemsPeople online hear me through my headset, not the official rock band mic, which means that every song I have to mute myself so that they don't hear my awful singing and the echoing effect that my singing produces. Is this a bug or a glitch or am I to believe that we can no longer talk through our rock band mics? Is this is the case why tell us to hold down the left trigger so that others can hear us?
nicko68;4123922 said:Wii version has a 1000 song catalog limit. Can only have < 1000 DLC tracks on a single SDHC card, making 32GB cards useless. If you have more than this many DLC tracks spread across multiple SDHC cards, game rescans some songs when you switch cards. This can take some time. Here is a video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjWPw0zuzWs