I have been working on a project remastering my custom songs library for Clone Hero.
I’m currently planning how I’m going to release everything – with an aim to start releasing new content as soon as possible.
I have been able to keep up good progress against this project since September ’18 when I started working on it.
The reason for such lengthy breaks between uploads and new content is fairly simple – life gets in the way. I go so long without making content that I need to remember what the h*ll I’m doing! I’m improving my workflow and creating things like video templates. I didn’t have this before. It will mean that I can drop back into action quicker in the future.
I have been following Clone Hero / Guitar Hero in the background the whole time. I’m up to date with most happenings within the Clone Hero / Guitar Hero universe. I rarely watch Streams (if I ever do, I’m FatTonysDisco on Twitch!).
I’ll be uploading new chart preview videos for every song
I have set up video template files to speed up production
There will be a new downloads page on fullcombo.net for Clone Hero releases. I will add features to show first FC and first place scores
Every song will feature an “Expert” and “standard” chart. Standard Charts will be optimised for “fun” and accessed through Hard difficulty. Expert Charts… the usual
The remasters for older songs will be updated to include tapping & solo sequences, broken sustains, HOPO chords etc
I have remastered the audio for some older songs
I have remixed, re-charted and wrote an ending to “The Crazy GH Solo”, which was my first Custom Song. Released 10 years ago (in 2009!) – this will probably be the next video I upload
I don’t plan on converting any of the original GH3 charts to Clone Hero. The Guitar Hero downloads page will remain online for access to the original charts
New charts will replace the originals. For my more recent releases it is unlikely I will change much
I have over 20 new custom songs which I will be releasing as well as the remastered charts. Some of these are older songs I never released from 2010-2012
I will be working on brand new songs again once this project is nearing completion
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