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Thread: Guitar Hero Drums as MIDI instrument

  1. #21


    Hi everybody,


    I have fixed the problems with the Wii Drums and Guitar (there was a problem with the notes being stuck on or off).

    I would love to have some testers to see if everything is fixed before releasing a new version.


    Please tell me by email (camille at osculator dot net) if you are interested.


    Best,

    Cam


  2. #22


    Dear users,


    Thanks for your feedback, the beta session is now closed.

    I will be reviewing your feedback and release a new version in a couple of days.


    Cam


  3. #23


    Hey Cam, hey all,

    OSCulator works great for the GH drums now! I made this video using OSCulator for the world tour drums and JunXion for the rock band drums:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZT5v5HGQa0

    Thanks!

    Jordan


  4. #24


    WOW, that IS impressive !!!

    Great drum samples and playing here !

    I did not even know it was working like that …

    Thanks Jordan.


  5. #25


    Has anyone gotten this working with Garage Band? I am having trouble with getting the midi signal to be seen by Garage Band.


  6. #26


    robert_cal, didn't spot this topic so accidently started a new one. This might help you:


    http://www.osculator.net/bp/topic/240


  7. #27


    This was great. Thanks, Robert


  8. #28


    I am a bit confused now. Is the new wireless Wii Band Hero drum set different?

    Is it working with Osculator to transform it's signals to MIDI with a reasonable latency?


  9. #29


    As long as it is wireless it should be ok:

    check out this post about Band Hero drums (working ok) : http://www.osculator.net/forum/topic/206#post-1191


    cheers,

    cam


  10. #30
    Hi Guys,
    Just taking this thread one step further.. The Band Hero kit works great through Garage Band. However, I installed the fantastic 'Boldt 24-Pack Vol III' software pack for Garage Band which has some nice drum samples but I can't get the samples to sustain in the same way you can with the native GarageBand 'Rock' kit - or if you 'long press' the keyboard.

    This obviously sounds weird when your crash cymbal cuts short! Does anyone have any idea if I can amend my Osculator settings (or even Garage Band for that matter) to resolve the issue?

    Boldt 24-Pack:
    http://www.d.umn.edu/~bold0070/projects/instruments/
    I
    Quote Originally Posted by camille View Post
    As long as it is wireless it should be ok:

    check out this post about Band Hero drums (working ok) : http://www.osculator.net/forum/topic/206#post-1191


    cheers,

    cam
    Thanks in advance.

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