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The game features a guitar-shaped controller (resembling a miniature Gibson SG) that the player uses to simulate playing rock music. The gameplay is similar to GuitarFreaks, in that the player presses buttons on the guitar controller in time with musical notes that scroll on the game screen. The game features covers of 30 popular rock songs spanning five decades of rock, from the 1960s up through 2005, in addition to bonus tracks. Guitar Hero became a surprise hit, earning critical acclaim and winning many awards from major video game publications, and was considered one of the most influential games of the first decade of the 21st century.
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This game is just like dance dance revolution, except here we are playing a guitar instead of dancing, the notes will be falling down on the screen and we have to push the correct button at the right moment. It has some great music! i love this game!!
Guitar Hero is a music video game for the Sony PlayStation 2 developed by Harmonix and released in 2005. Guitar Hero's gameplay features the use of a special guitar-shaped controller modeled after a Gibson SG guitar to recreate the lead guitar part of several rock music songs; the player scores in the game by both pressing one or more fret buttons on the controller and using a strum bar in time with notes as they appear on screen. The game features a total of 47 songs.
All songs are covers of the original versions, credited as, for example, "'Iron Man' as made famous by Black Sabbath", and were performed by WaveGroup Sound for the game. WaveGroup has released a selection of these covers through paid download services like iTunes in a collection entitled "The Guitar Hero Recordings".
Okay, at this point, you (should) have all the files that you need. To start, take your TheGhost.rar file and unzip it (with 7-zip or something) to your computer. I would recommend unzipping it to somewhere in your program files, for example: C:\Program Files\TheGhost\. After that, the Ghost will create several folders wherever you unzipped it: +Discs +Temp +Songs +ToolAnd then in tool, three important files: +TheGHOSTWiiIsoTool.exe +TheGHOSTAudioTool.exe +TheGHOST.exeIf these files are not there, the .rar file you downloaded was corrupt or broken. Try to get it somewhere else by searching "Guitar Hero Custom The Ghost" in Google.
This is the last set up step before actually running The Ghost. Go to the "tool" folder where The Ghost is saved, and double click on WiiAudioTool.exe and wait for a second. When it comes up, click both of the buttons at the top, install WavDest Filter, and Install XBADPCM codec. This is really just a precaution, in case XP-Codec Pack did not work. Next, turn up your volume a bit and press "Begin Tests!" If you hear a noise like a short guitar solo, answer yes, and continue. If the computer asks you if you want to use ffdshow, say yes, always.One of three things will happen:1. You hear the sound, answer yes, hear more sounds, and four green check marks appear. In this situation, you're great! Head right on to Part 2.2. You hear the sound, answer yes, but hear nothing else. There is one green check mark, but three red X's. This most likely means that XP-Codec pack is not working. In that case, go to the next step.3. You hear nothing and four red X's show up. Oddly enough, this is better than option two. Most likely, it is actually TheGhostAudioTool.exe that's wrong, so your best bet is just to keep going to Part 2. On the other hand, if you can't play mp3 files, then you've got a problem. Go to the next step.NOTE: If there are any other possibilities (besides the three above) please send me a message.
If you had the first check go green, it's probably just a matter of getting another Codec pack or getting a single file. Try K-Lite or Media Pack. Install them like you did before, and try the Audio Tool again. If the first check mark did not go green and you can't play mp3 files on your computer, we need to fix that. Go here and hit download, right in the middle of the page.
Yes, I downloaded the xp codec pack. Tried the cnet download, and I get the first three items (MP3, OGG and Wave Dest Filter) checked, then it seems to lock up on the XBADPCM Codec. Is this one necessary to use The Ghost, or can I ignore it for now? Thanks very much for the help.
I need some help. I am trying to follow this instructable. I have no problems when I click on the buttons labelled: "install WavDest Filter", and "Install XBADPCM codec". When I click on "Begin Tests!", I get a white box that says ". . . Testing Audio . . ." and I hear the "guitar solo" then nothing happens. The box does not clear and I get no green checks or red x's, I do not get a prompt to tell it if I heard the audio, and if I check it in task manager it tells me that the audio tool is not responding. I really want to try my hand at creating my own guitar hero custom and would greatly appreciate any help anyone can give me with this. Thanks 041b061a72