- Mar 13, 2008
Until they build an adaptor that lets me plug my Jackson in those games...
Do not want
Do not want
You won't have to I'll just add a few points for clarification:tautologico said:I won't argue about this much longer
On this, I agree completely. They have blurred the line, and this might affect both their own analysis, and the way the market will respond to more advanced controllers, which is why I would not be surprised if they eventually deem the market ready for real guitar tone recognition.tautologico said:Maybe Harmonix didn't do this because of market considerations. When the original Guitar Hero games came out (first 2), I knew the appeal was exactly the simplification. But when you have a Pro mode, I think it's kinda blurring the line.
If you are truly interested, I can try to dig up some kind of demonstration of the tech. I doubt I'll succeed, though ;-)tautologico said:Well, if you say you have seen it working, I believe in you. Though I'll only believe it works really well, as well/fast/responsive as a controller does, when I see it
It was interesting indeed. I'm not much of a sound guy myself (worked with image processing, but the basics of signal processing are the same), but I probably thought it was more difficult than it is.Ayjona said:If you are truly interested, I can try to dig up some kind of demonstration of the tech. I doubt I'll succeed, though ;-)
Regardless of which, thanks for an interesting discussion, and for sharing your expertise.