What do all the different modifiers do?

  1. Breakneck Speed
    Individual Track Speeds
    Beginner Tutorials
    Chord Numbering
    Performance Mode
    Miss Sounds
    Awesomeness Detection

    User Info: zombydude

    zombydude - 6 years ago

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  1. Breakneck Speed -aka hyperspeed, it spaces out the notes more, but the track scrolls faster so the overall difficulty shouldn't change. Can make seeing notes easier if you can handle the speed though.

    Individual Track Speeds- If you're in a band and someone is playing on medium while you're on expert for example, without this you'll all scroll at the same track speed. With this on, everyone will scroll at a speed normal for their difficulty.

    Beginner Tutorials - Probably something related to pro instruments, unless you get extra help on easy or something, but I haven't seen any tutorials.

    Chord Numbering - I believe this pertains to the pro guitar/bass chords, don't have them yet so not certain on the details.

    Performance Mode - Theres nothing on screen except the background, no track/notes, so you have to play from memory.

    Miss Sounds - If this is on, if you strum/hit a pad when theres no note, you'll hear a sound so it can be easier to tell if you're off-beat, if it's off you won't hear anything when you miss a note.

    Awesomeness Detection - Does nothing, it seems to just be a developers joke.

    User Info: Mysticman89

    Mysticman89 - 6 years ago 0 0
  2. Pretty sure awesomeness detection has something to do with vocals cause harmonies have double/triple awesomes.

    User Info: Dreded1

    Dreded1 - 6 years ago 0 3
  3. I thought awesomeness detection meant it was more strict on whether or not you hit the note at the correct time?

    User Info: rabidpencil

    rabidpencil - 4 years ago 0 0

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