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Gameplay[ edit ] The single-player game of Band Brothers includes 35 normal songs, plus three unlockable songs. Each song has a rewrite asian kung fu generation music video of parts available for you to play, usually ranging from 6 to 8, and each part will generally be a different instrument, but many songs have more than one part played by the same instrument.
In the Beginner mode, all notes are represented either by a D-Pad icon or a button icon, and any direction or face button respectively will automatically play the correct note. In Amateur mode, each of the eight buttons on the face of the Nintendo DS system correspond to a musical note; there is also a drum set where each button, including the L and R buttons, plays a specific drum or cymbal.
As many songs contain fast or difficult parts to play, they are covered in the Beginner and Amateur modes—when the cursor is about to move over them, the lower screen will change to the "touch" command; touching the bottom screen at this time causes the notes underneath the touch screen portion to be played automatically.
These do not contribute to the player's score, but prevent high-speed sequences from being forced on the player early on, and activating them helps to keep the rhythm and flow of the song. In Pro Mode, the player must hold down the L button while playing specified notes to change them to a sharp, and hold down the R button at other notes to raise them one octave; some notes combine both of these functions to raise a sharp note an octave.
In addition, the drum set sometimes requires the player to hit two notes at once, and the touch screen portions must be played manually; at this point the game receives a drastic increase in difficulty, and essentially turns the Nintendo DS into a musical instrument.
As a song progresses, the top screen scrolls through one bar at a time one stretching across the screen horizontally, and the next few bars shown below it. A cursor moves to show where in the song the player currently is, and as the cursor moves over a note's "head", the aim is to press the button displayed on that head, and if necessary holding it down until the end of the "tail".
Some long notes will have a tail extending across multiple bars, and very short ones will have none at all. Successfully hit the buttons at the proper time and it'll make an excellent piece of music, but hit it at the wrong time and it'll sound like a jumbled mess. These ranks are Best perfect timingGood slightly too fast or slowBad the note's head will not disappear; much too fast or slow and Miss the correct note was not played at all, or stopped before the end of the tail.
At the end of a song, the score is calculated as a number out of In Free Play Mode the player scrolls through the songs using up and down on the D-Pad, and selects a part from the list using the touch screen.
Listed with the instrument name will be a star difficulty level from 1 to 5. In Amateur and Pro modes which are judged separately and toggled via a switch on the title screenthe player's score is recorded and appears next to the instrument of the song.
Progression through the game is done in the Recording Ticket mode, a single player mode where the player must play three randomly selected songs, depending on the ticket level of the player; for example a level three ticket will have the player randomly playing songs using instruments with a 3-star difficulty rating.
Beating the Recording Ticket Mode at the Beginner level, which only has 1 level, unlocks the Amateur mode; and beating all five levels of Amateur mode unlocks Professional mode. Beating the five levels of the Professional mode unlocks the Recording Ticket Gold Mode, a harder version of Professional Recording Ticket Mode that requires a near perfect performance to beat, i.
In 2 to 8 player link-ups, each player, like in solo player mode, takes command of one specific instrument in the music piece. Each player in the group is part of a band, and must play the song together as a group, and the better each player follows along, the more in tune the song comes through.
Every note played, right or wrong, can be heard on the other players' systems, and if every single part in the song is played by a human absolutely nothing will be automated.
Scores are measured by percentage of notes hit, each players percentage is represented by a balloon in the bottom screen. This lets everyone know how they are doing in comparison to their friends score.
Another feature is a full blown music editor allowing the player to create their own custom tunes, using the touch screen to select the notes.
This mode is used by many people to recreate tunes from video games or other MIDIs using a program to convert them into sheet music. There is also a mode in which you can sing or hum a tune into the Nintendo DS microphone, which will be recognized by the game and converted into notes on the screen.
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