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go to the Playstation Store then go to Add-Ons. After that go to Disc Based Game Add-ons and chose Guitar Hero 3 in the list of games. After that you will get a list of songs you can download .

How do you add songs to Guitar Hero World Tour?

Downloading Custom Songs Turn on your video game system and load the ” Guitar Hero : World Tour ” video game. Make sure that your system is connected to a broadband Internet connection. In the main menu, scroll down and select the “Music Studio” option. It is the fifth option from the top.

Can Guitar Hero 3 play on PC?

This is a pretty fun game, and plays pretty well on PC .

What is the hardest song on guitar hero 3?

Hardest Guitar Hero III Songs Through the Fire and Flames – DragonForce. Love this song! The Devil Went Down to Georgia – The Charlie Daniels Band. Raining Blood – Slayer. One – Metallica. Knights of Cydonia – Muse. Cult of Personality – Living Colour. Before I Forget – Slipknot. Cliffs of Dover – Eric Johnson.

Is Guitar Hero dead?

The Guitar Hero video game franchise is officially dead . According to publisher Activision, which will close its music game division and cease development of existing Guitar Hero titles, they’re ending the series in order to refocus efforts online.

Is Guitar Hero discontinued?

Guitar Hero TV supplemented the 42 base songs in Guitar Hero Live, which was originally released in 2015, with nearly 500 additional streaming tracks. But Activision announced last summer that it was shutting the service down on December 1st of 2018, leaving users unable to access any of that music.

Can you still download Guitar Hero songs?

Each of the popular Guitar Hero rhythm-based video games comes with between 50 and 60 licensed songs you can play. However, you can also download new songs to play in the game, which is a way to add some spark to the pastime. Select a song to download with the “A” button.

How do you unlock all songs on Guitar Hero World Tour?

In order to gain access to every ” Guitar Hero ” song on the disc, head to the ” Cheats ” section in the “Options” menu. Choose the prompt to enter a new cheat and toss in and press Blue, Blue, Red, Green, Green, Blue, Blue, Yellow. With that, you can now access every song in ” Guitar Hero .” Have fun!

How do you use the microphone on Guitar Hero World Tour Wii?

Microphone . The Guitar Hero microphone has a USB connection and ample cord to connect it to the Wii console. Take the USB connector end of the microphone and connect it into one of the two USB ports on the back of your Wii console.

How do you play guitar hero 3 on PC with keyboard?

Launch the “ Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock” game on your computer , and select the song you want to play . Press the “A,” “S,” “D,” “F” and “Caps Lock” buttons on your keyboard to play the frets corresponding with the game’s guitar .

Do Xbox 360 guitars work on PC?

Wired Guitar Hero Controllers For the Xbox version, you can simply plug the USB end of the controller cable into an available USB port on your computer. Windows will download the necessary drivers automatically for your controller and will tell you when the controller is ready to use.

How long does it take to beat Guitar Hero 3?

Based on 277 User Ratings

Platform Polled Fastest
PlayStation 2 45 3h
PlayStation 3 16 4h 50m
Wii 20 3h 33m
Xbox 360 63 3h

Which guitar hero has the best songs?

Guitar Hero 5 is probably the most balanced mix of songs. Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock skews to the harder rock and metal end of the spectrum. Band Hero is more for pop-rock sorts of enthusiasts. Guitar Hero World Tour has the most tracks in non-English languages.

What is the hardest song to play on Guitar Hero?

Hardest Guitar Hero Songs Through the Fire and Flames – DragonForce. The Devil Went Down to Georgia – Charlie Daniels Band. Jordan – Buckethead. Fury of the Storm – Dragonforce. Raining Blood – Slayer. Sudden Death – Megadeth. One – Metallica. Eruption – Van Halen .

Introduction: How to Add Custom Songs to Guitar Hero 3 (Wii) Part 1

How to add custom songs to guitar hero 3 pc

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How to add custom songs to guitar hero 3 pc

In this Instructable we will use a handy program called The Ghost to inject custom songs into Guitar Hero 3 (or Areosmith) on Wii. These games may then be burned to a CD or put on a flash drive to be played on a soft or hard modded Wii. The instructions for modding your Wii and running/copying Wii ISO files can be found here (soft-modding Wii) and here (making/running backups). This instructable works for Windows XP. Also, read the disclaimer.

NOTE: A.C.E. has been kind enough to make an instructable on this topic already. This instructable is meant to address problems and updates to the software. Also I did not write The Ghost, see The Ghost’s official page here.

DISCLAIMER: AS WITH ALL WII HOMEBREW, BE CAREFUL WITH WHAT YOU DO TO YOUR WII. I AM NOT IN ANY WAY, SHAPE OR FORM RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR WII. ALSO, COPYING WII GAMES IS ILLEGAL. NUFF SAID. PERIOD.

Well, now that that’s out of the way, let’s get started!

Step 1: Before We Begin

Make sure to look at the pictures and the notes in the little yellow boxes. Although I make sure to explain everything in the text, look at the pictures for additional details. Also, if you click the little “i” in the upper right hand corner and look for the “Original File” link, you should be able to see a larger, more detailed image for most screenshots. Other than that, remember that software is still only a piece of software and not-fool proof. It may not work. Try to find a solution either in this instructable or by searching Google.

Step 2: Parts List

These are the things you will need:

+ “TheGhost.rar”
+ 7-zip
+ A Guitar Hero 3 or Aerosmith .iso file
+ XP-codec pack
+ 2 to 4 GB (or more) of free disk space

For those who don’t know, The Ghost comes as a .rar compressed file. I know that links die, so after a while you may need to just search Google for the .rar file. But for now, get it here or go to the Ghost’s homepage as shown on the Intro page of this instructable.

You will need 7-zip (which is free) or another program that can decompress .rar files like WinZip to open “TheGhost.rar” Get 7-zip here. Go for the first or second .exe file, and then install it.

Ah, the .iso. Again, this must be obtained legally. You can get the actual .iso file from your very own Wii and not by torrents by following the wonderful guide by thundaboy here (also on the intro page). After reading his guide, you can extract the actual .iso from an external hard drive or flash drive with WFBS Manager. Ask him for help with this, not me.

The XP-Codec Pack is strictly for The Ghost, and is probably the easiest to get. A codec is a small file
stored in C:WINDOWS that lets your computer play and make music and video files. In this case, we need to be able to handle .ogg .wav, and xbadpcm files. Get it here, and then install it.

Finally, you need a good amount of disk space to run The Ghost. It manipulates song packs, reads data partitions, deletes video cores, converts audio, etc. and needs a good deal of temporary space to do this.

Once you have installed the XP-Codec Pack and have the .iso file, you can move on.

Step 3: Get Some Frets on Fire (Fof) Songs

Ok, now is where you get to decide what songs you want in your game. Personally, I think for now you should only get a few songs, say three, if this is your first time with The Ghost. If not, feel free to grab as many as you like!

Each song comes in the form of a folder, containing a song.ini, notes.midi, song.midi, and one or two other things. In reality, each song may not have everything or have the three things listed above in different forms, but don’t worry, unless the song is corrupted or broken it will still probably work.

Make an account at Fof here, and grab songs from the Fof song wiki. (See image below)

NOTE: At the time of writing, it seems that the site is down. You can go to the wiki, but all the links are broken. Try this instead, or just google “frets on fire songs”.

No matter how you do it, once you have a few songs, unzip them with 7-zip (or whatever you used before) and put them somewhere on your desktop, or wherever you like. The only thing that matters is that you know where they are. After that, you can get started with The Ghost.

Step 4: Set Up and Verify the Ghost Files

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 FilesTheGhost. After that, the Ghost will create several folders wherever you unzipped it:

And then in tool, three important files:

+TheGHOSTWiiIsoTool.exe
+TheGHOSTAudioTool.exe
+TheGHOST.exe

If 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.

Step 5: Check Codecs

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.

Yes they are custom songs. You have to download songlist_editor program that converts your .chart file + mp3 of the song + .midi file to a gh3 song file and save it to your aspyr/data/PAK folder.

This link will teach you how to add custom songs:

This link for creating your own custom songs:

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This link will teach you how to add custom songs:

This link for creating your own custom songs:

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Wow. that is WAY too much work

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Arn’t all great things?

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And it works for Xbox. Please say yes!

Im remarkably getting bored of Through the Fire and Flames. (and no, I WILL NOT do it on expert)

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Yes they are custom songs. You have to download songlist_editor program that converts your .chart file + mp3 of the song + .midi file to a gh3 song file and save it to your aspyr/data/PAK folder.

This link will teach you how to add custom songs:

This link for creating your own custom songs:

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The top link is bad.

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you can also download torrents where people packed custom songs already. i got one for the Wii with all Rock Band songs and im finishing up one with a bunch of new songs.

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Haven’t got there yet, I’ll test it later to see if this works. I can’t seem to find the "songlist editor" thing.

This tool will add(!) songs to the game, not replace the ones that are already there. You just feed it MP3s, chart and info about the songs, and in a moment the song will appear in your game, in the Custom Songs section of quickplay.

Quick feature list:
– support charts for guitar, bass and drums, every difficulty
– support all of the GHWT features (overlapping notes, open bass note, 5 lane drums, slider, . )
– edit already created song’s attributes (name, artist, year. )
– delete song from the game
– separated tracks for all of the music instruments
– sections and drum fills support

Instructions for use:
Attention: This tool supports only FeedBack charts at the moment. There however is a way to use EOF to chart custom songs for GHWT. When you are done charting the song with EOF, take notes_ghwt.mid, load it in FeedBack and hit save. This will create .chart file compatible with this tool.
– Make sure you run this program as administrator!

– If you want to take advantage of all of the GHWT features, you will have to chart the song a bit differently, than you may be used to. Please refer to this guide that I wrote to make clear how to chart the songs for GHWT and this tool: http://www.mediafire.com/download/zjnqrt98bwjt38f/Tutorial_charting.docx
– All music files that you want to use with this tool must be in this format: MP3, 128 kb/s bit rate, 48000 Hz Sample rate.
– If you don’t have mp3 for every instrument in the song, just leave a blank space in that textbox. The tool will automatically add silence instead of this instrument. However, it is strongly recommended that you mute one of your mp3s and use it instead of this feature, because when you leave the field blank and you pause the game, the music will not stop playing.
– Please chart star power phrases. The tool should be able to convert the song without SP phrases, but better be safe than sorry If the chart conversion freezes, take a look if you charted SP phrases.
– There are three exe files in the folder with the tool, you will only use Importer.exe – the other exes will be called when you run the tool and you don’t have to worry about it.

Troubleshooting:
– The music files generation can take a while to process, so please be patient. If the program seems like it froze, just wait a few more moments.

I hope you will enjoy this tool and your custom songs in World Tour. If you have any troubles with the tool, just write it under this post or to me by PM.

Big thanks to all the people that helped me to create this tool:
Nanook – for creating QueenBee
.ocz (the guy that created the All in one mod) – for inventing how to encrypt FSB files and creating the vocals import tool
The_Rock_Band_King – for long support and ideas
bluzer – for helping out with FSB files

Again, thank you very much guys, without you this tool would not become reality.

– Added functions to export and import custom songs (without the need of chart and music files, all is packed to one file)
– Forced admin rights
– Fixed some bugs in GHWT_Convertor
– Fixed always drum fill in drum chart
– Fixed double BPM issue when creating a song

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– Updates are now a separate download, you need to download the base version only one time and then apply an update, in a similar way EOF does this.
– Added “offset” setting, letting you to set the offset of your chart, in milliseconds. If you are using feedback, you should set this to 50.
– Returned the feature where when you select Pedal MP3 that has word “mute” in it, it will automatically fill most of the other fields with the same file name.

So, first, you should run Importer.exe, not the generator. And the error you are getting is almost surely because you don’t have an “end” event in the chart.

jacdhalina wrote:
Also is this going to work for Wii? I’ve been looking for a program similar to theGHOST that lets me either replace GHWT songs or add them and can also Smart Map other instruments. I’ve successfully modded my Wii and figured out how to use theGHOST to inject songs into a GHIII iso and play it, but I didn’t know that doing the same thing for World Tour would be so much harder.

That’s the thing, it gets stuck on something. However, I haven’t messed with it at all lately as I haven’t reinstalled GHWT yet lmao
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This guide will show you how to add your own songs to Guitar Hero III on the PC. After hunting around the Internet for ways to do this I found several methods. The method shown in this guide I found to be the easiest. Other methods can be found in the links section.

Song List Editor¶

songlist_editor_v032.zip is a handy program that will allow you to add songs to your Guitar Hero III installation. Using Song List Editor you add not only your own songs, but songs from Frets On Fire (FOF) as well. This guide will show you how to do both.

After you have downloaded songlist_editor_v032.zip, extract the archive to a location on your PC.

Now load songlist_editor.exe. The program will load a command window in the background where information about what the program is doing will be displayed (e.g. song conversions etc.). The main window will look like so:

Next, go to File -> Open. You will be presented with the following dialog window:

Step 1¶

To add your own song to Guitar Hero III, you will need an MP3 or OGG file of the song you wish to add. In addition, you will also need either a chart file or MIDI file for the guitar notes. Luckily, the folks at ScoreHero.com have a library of thousands of chart files for songs.

All you need to do is register for free at their site to gain access to the library.

Step 2¶

Once you have created your account, login and go to the custom songs section of the site:

Click “Browse database” to access the search tool. Enter the details for the song you want to search for and then click “Search Charts”. You will then be presented with a list of results like so:

The dificulty levels that the chart file supports will be highlighted in the search results (see above). E = easy, M = medium, H = hard, X = expert. If the second row of diffulty levels shown for a song are highlighted, then the chart file provides lead and bass guitar tracks. In the example above, neither chart file provides a second track, so only one player can play these. Also, the second chart file found supports all diffulty levels so we will download this one.

Step 3¶

Once you have downloaded the chart file, save it to a location on your PC. Now we have the chart file, we need to generate a MIDI file from it. For this we will use Chart2Mid2Chart.zip. If you have not already downloaded Chart2Mid2Chart.zip, download it now and extract its contents to a folder on your PC.

Open the folder and double click Chart2Mid.jar. You will be presented with the window below:

Click “Browse” and locate the chart file that you downloaded in step 2. Now click the “Guitar Hero” radio button followed by the “Convert” button. This will generate a MIDI file in the same directory as the chart file.

Step 4¶

Load Song List Editor (as described above). Click “Insert New Song”. This will display the following dialog window:

Proceed as follows:

Enter the name of the track – it must be in lower case. This is the name that Guitar Hero III uses internally to reference the track.For the Guitar, Rhythm and Song track fields, click “Browse” and locate the MP3 or OGG file for your song.Click “Browse” by the MIDI file input box and browse to the folder where you created your MIDI file in step 3.Finally, enter the details for the song as you would like them to appear in the game.

The dialog window should now look similar to the one below:

Now click “OK”. Your Guitar Hero III track will now be created. This may take a couple of minutes. The command window will show the progress of the conversion. When the conversion is complete, the message “done creating fsb” will be displayed:

Step 5¶

Your song will now appear in the “Song list” on the left hand side of the Song List Editor window.

We now need to add the song to one of the play lists in the game. To do this, click “Edit Setlists”. You will be presented with the following dialog window:

Proceed as follows to add your song to the “Bonus Songs” play list in the game:

Choose “Bonus Songs” from the set list drop down box.Increase the number of songs per tier by 1. This will add a song to the end of the list.From the song number drop down box choose the last song in the list which should now be “slowride”.From the song drop down box find the song you added in step 4 (in our case “smooth”).

You should now have something similar to the following:

Now go to File -> Save and click “OK” when the warning message box is displayed.

You are now ready to play the game!

Adding Frets On Fire Songs¶

Frets On Fire is an open source Guitar Hero III clone. As a result, many song packs are available for the game in comparison to Guitar Hero III. Lucily, Song List Editor allows you to import Frets On Fire songs into Guitar Hero III.

If you have Frets On Fire songs on your computer you can add them to Guitar Hero III like so:

Load Song List Editor.Locate your Guitar Hero III directory (File -> Open).Click “Import FOF Songs”.Locate your Frets On Fire songs directory.Click OK – your songs will now be converted. Note: this may take some time depending on the number of songs you have.Add the converted songs to the “Bonus Songs” playlist as shown above in step 5.

You are now ready to play the game!

Playing Your Song¶

Load Guitar Hero III. The game will complain that the game content is corrupt. This is nothing to worry about, but make sure you have already backed-up your save game file if you want to keep your scores. Choose “Delete content”. You will then be presented with the main menu.

As your progress has now been deleted, you will not have access to the bonus songs. No need to worry! Just go to Options -> Cheats. Enter the unlock everything cheat by strumming the green fret twice. This will unlock the bonus songs playlist.

Now go to Quickplay and go to the bonus songs list. Scroll to the bottom of the list and your added songs will be there (see below):

Now you can play your song…

Click any of the screen shots above to view a short video of Smooth by Santana being played in Guitar Hero III. This is the end product of the example used throughout this guide.

Links¶

The following links maybe of interest to you:

Using the Wii Guitar Hero III Guitar with the PC Version – A guide showing you how to use your Wii Guitar Hero III guitar with the PC version of the game.

Introduction: How to Inject Custom Songs Into Guitar Hero III or Aerosmith on Any Wii

How to add custom songs to guitar hero 3 pc

By A.C.E. Follow

How to add custom songs to guitar hero 3 pc

How to add custom songs to guitar hero 3 pc

How to add custom songs to guitar hero 3 pc

NOTE!! COOLDAVID08 has been nice enough to inform us of how we can burn our (legally obtained, of course) wii iso files to dvd+r discs. This will help if you want to use lightscribe dvds, but i dont know the quality. i bought some clearence 10 pack of dvd-r and after 8 minutes of playing, yes i timed it, i would get a disc read failure. anyway, here is what COOLDAVID08 said:

“I have burned 5 wii games succesfully using Imgburn and my laptops intergrated dvd burner. What Imgburn does by changing the booktype is it tricks the wii into reading the DVD+R disk as a DVD-R disk. I dont know if all DVD drives suport it but you go to burn an image and pop in you disk then check the information it should be at DVD+R default. What you do is click on a little yellow open book icon and find your brand of DVD Burner then you change your booktype to DVD-ROM.”

** I am not responsible for your wii, and if you dont follow my instructions exactly, your wii may break.**

A video of one of the songs i replace later in the instructable: Welcome home.

In this instructable, you will learn how to install custom songs into a guitar hero 3 legends of rock or guitar hero Aerosmith iso, which can be played on a hard or soft modded nintendo wii. if you dont know what wii homebrew is, or have never heard of a mod chip, Thundaboy1047 would be happy to explain how to homebrew enable your wii. Click here to get to his instructable, and once you have succsefully gotten your wii homebrew enabled, it needs to be able to run backups. A backup is basically the iso taken from an official disk burned to a blank dvd-r. thundaboy also has an ible on this, located right here . after you are done there, you are ready to move to the next step. if you have a modchip, just goto step 1.

Step 1: Supplies List

You will need the following to complete this instructable with sucsess:

1. A wii capable of running homebrew.
2. a computer capable of burning data to a dvd-r. you can download imgburn here .
3. a program called “the ghost”. you can download that by going to this page.
4. For the ghost to run, you need codecs. codecs allow your computer to encode, decode, and play music and video of various file extension formats. im sure you have heard of mp3, or mp4, but have you ever heard of ogg audio, or flv video? when you download frets on fire song packs use ogg audio and if you dont have the codecs installed, ghost will not function. period. Vista for windows vista. XP for windows xp. if you have linux with wine installed, you may be able to use the ghost, but unfortunately for mac users, ur screwed cus the ghost isnt made for mac. at least not that im aware of. you can google the ghost mac and see what pops up.
5. A guitar hero 3 or aerosmith nintendo wii ISO file. i dont think that i am legally allowed to distribute a link for this one because that would make me a “piracey promoter” and im a good person. i owned my game before i dumped it.
6. Some frets on fire song folders. go here, make an account, and browse by artist to get song folders.

Step 2: Configuring the Ghost

enter the tools folder, and run the audio tool application. install the wav dest filter, and the xbadpcm codec. then click the begin tests button. you should here a guitar solo, then get a poppup box asking if you heard the noise. if you heard the noise, click yes. the box doesnt even pop up if you dont have the codec, so there is no reason for the no. if you have no red X’s and all checks, you can continue to the next step.

Step 3: Using the Ghost

open up the ghost.exe and click new project. name it and save it. the working folder is where all the temporary files are stored during conversions. everything is deleted at the end of the program when you exit, but the more songs you do at a time, the more space you need. the game location should be the path to the folder, then a followed by your game iso name. the little boxes should be filled in as follows: 1. wii scrubber 2. windows audio 3. Xbadpcm plugin. press next. if you didnt properly fill in the game location or working folder, the ghost will crash and you need to restart. the following display will show you the tiers and songs in them, plus the bonus songs. check the ones you want to replace, then click next. if you click export, you basically get a txt file that has all tier names and song names inside. I will give you one warning: do not replace the boss battle songs unless you fret them your self and include lots and lots of star power areas. i speak from experience, and now i have no way of getting past slash because the song i picked, lip gloss and black, only has 2 star power areas. i already have my song folders, but you need to get yours with the link i gave in the supplies list. drag the song folder on top of the smart button. make sure all of the data is correct, then press next. now here, if you downloaded a song pack with unknown difficulty or basically anything except all, you need to click this to allow the ghost to map the other difficulties. if you click view, you can see how the notes look in guitar hero. the notes with white dots inside are hammer ons and pull offs. any blue section you see is star power. repeat with all songs, then continue down. Here is one of the songs i had checked to fix.

click start to finish up in ghost. depending how many songs you changed, this could take a while. with me doing 2, it took 15 seconds. if you plan on making another version with more songs, click save the project. WOO HOO. 11!!1!! next step

I wanted to add a custom song to the Downloads section with Guitar Hero Three Control Panel. But I had to patch guitar hero to v1.3 first. So I did that. Now I can play the custom song, but there is a very big problem:

When I play the song, I can’t strum. I strum as hard as I can, but it just won’t strum! And another problem: The buttons don’t work.. When I press green, it plays the orange fret. Red does nothing. Yellow does nothing. Blue does nothing. And when I press the orange fret, it plays the red fret..

Can you guys help me please? I finally figured out how I can add custom songs. And now I STILL can’t play. -.-”

I wanted to add a custom song to the Downloads section with Guitar Hero Three Control Panel. But I had to patch guitar hero to v1.3 first. So I did that. Now I can play the custom song, but there is a very big problem:

When I play the song, I can’t strum. I strum as hard as I can, but it just won’t strum! And another problem: The buttons don’t work.. When I press green, it plays the orange fret. Red does nothing. Yellow does nothing. Blue does nothing. And when I press the orange fret, it plays the red fret..

Can you guys help me please? I finally figured out how I can add custom songs. And now I STILL can’t play. -.-”

Can someone help me ? I even tried with xPadder and doesn’t seem to work .If someone can help me out with a video or something would be great .

I have GH6 and GH5 controller [PS3] and I want to play GH3 on PC. But the problem from above appears

I'm absolutely lost on how to add custom songs to Guitar Hero for the Wii. Is there anyone who can explain how to do it or share the proper tutorial links for it? I also can't find any places to download custom songs either. I found the one forum but it's pretty outdated so a lot of the links people put up to download the files no longer exist. Can any one help?

There's actually a game on the homebrew browser called Guitars On Fire. Just download that, the majority of Frets On Fire songs work like a charm. You only have to put the songs in their respective folder on an SD card and that's it. The only thing you aren't getting out of this is graphics. But who plays rhythm games for the graphics anyways?

It's been a while since I've done a Wii disc, lol. But I have the tools for it.

I've figured out that trying to put customs on my GH3 for Wii is probably more work than it's worth. Every guide i had found was from around 2007 and had too many dead links to do anything with. From what i gathered you need to add the Homebrew channel, then make your Wii able to run backups (separate disk's that you burn the custom songs to), and a bunch of other stuff regarding how to get the ISO and other files onto the backup. I just ended up getting GH3 for PC since it is way more practical to put customs on there, and you can use GlovePie to sync Wii guitars with your computer.

If there are any other threads containing information or tools that you feel should be included in this thread, please don’t hesitate to mention them.

Guitar Hero 3 and Guitar Hero: Aerosmith file format details:

If nanook would argue a case for why it has to be that way; I’d be more than willing to listen.
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GH Accomplishments/Scores/Videos/Customs/User Page

Get a stats signature: [13/20]
FC 20 songs: [20/20] Hell Yeah!
Get el Jefe: [38/39] Raining Blood
Guitar Hero Christian Project
I was really close to FCing Cliffs of Dover on Expert once, but I got so excited I blew the tenth note.
My Customs
GHTCP (Guitar Hero Three Control Panel) – for all your GH3 PC needs*
*not quite all needs, but for custom songs, custom game images, black background speed boost, and more

How to add custom songs to guitar hero 3 pc

freegaz wrote:
You should add onto Queen Bee that it’s for 360, PC, PS2, and Wii. Kinda confusing for a new user otherwise.

I only see that it supports Wii, PS2 and PC, nothing about the 360. Also, I just use whatever the current title for the thread is as the link, so the main thread title didn’t mention what platforms it supported either.

acole71289, Olberi and BarfsOnYou; this thread isn’t for questions, the only kind of posts I want to see are ones that posts problems with the list or additions to the list.
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