Zemanator;4518399 said:it would just be one standard version, and the hats would be reduced out for playability. A lot of the more ridiculous chaotrope songs have parts that would otherwise require three sticks; some of the songs have snare+tom+crash hits, some have snare+cym+cym, hits, and some have 3 different cymbal hits at once.
atalkingfish;4518411 said:True, but HMX reduces drums/guitars/etc that are programmed and impossible, but they didn't reduce things like the dragonforce songs since they were actually played by a person (unlike the chaotrope sons)
SirDavidTLynch;4518423 said:(2x bass pedal) (3x sticks) (Original version) (RB3 version) (with Billy Currington)
DragoonXD;4518461 said:(Vault Edition)
Magma Compiler said:ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): 3 simultaneous drum pad hits at [X:X:XXX]; maximum is 2 pads plus kickMIDI Compiler: Done.ERROR: Project Compiler: Midi compiler failed.
atalkingfish;4518495 said:What if there were never three hits at once, but a pattern would be nearly impossible with two sticks, like left hand flamming in alternation with a floor tom hit rapidly.
DragoonXD;4518522 said:How many people here actually want to play a pattern played with three sticks?
MagicMurderBag7;4518530 said:I don't even want to play 2x bass.
grumblevolcano;4518559 said:What are Vault Editions as I recognised a few Rush songs being labelled with it?
dansolo;4518352 said:If you listened to music outside of Rock Band you would realize that most people have two feet, but not three hands, although that is more commom with drummers, myself, Tommy Lee:pHi hat already is charted, you're thinking of guitar hero
dansolo;4520091 said:It is a little inconsistent, just like anything that has been done thousands of times.
SirDavidTLynch;4520426 said:We've been though this before. He thinks that double bass is the only thing missing from any pro instrument. Guitar Hero's use of double bass makes people think it's more important than it really is.
NoThru22;4520299 said:No, it's not inconsistant at all! Hi-hat pedal has never been charted!