- The audio distortion (also referred to as a buzz, hiss, or squawk) that some PS3 Keyboard players experienced has been addressed.
- For users experiencing trouble deploying Vocal Overdrive in certain audio setups, OD can now be deployed using the Back button on the controller. NOTE: this only works while in a valid Overdrive deploy section.
- Overdrive can now be deployed using a Pedal with both the Mustang Pro Guitar and the Keyboard peripherals.
- Scoring is disabled after a song has been paused multiple times (this prevent players from artificially inflating scores using the pause function).
- The translucency of the track surface has been adjusted to make note gems are easier to see against the venue backgrounds.
- Based on fan feedback, limited functionality for the Stage kit has been added to Rock Band 3. Please note that this 3rd-party peripheral is no longer officially supported, so we cannot guarantee full functionality with every file format (RB3, Pro-DLC), but basic functions should be reenabled.
- PS3 Voice Chat not properly working with headsets has been remedied.
- Audio no longer distorts for remote players when whammying sustains in an online session.
- To prevent blank tracks from appearing in online multiplayer, all members in an online multiplayer band must own the Pro upgrades to play a song with DLC pro upgrades.
- Pro Guitar songs now sort themselves into the correct difficulty tiers.
- Pro upgrade availability will now be more accurately reflected in the Music Store.
The following songs are now correctly appearing in the Music Library.
- Anvil – 666
- Anvil – Metal on Metal
- Anvil – This is Thirteen
- Dinosaur Jr – Pick Me Up
- Dinosaur Jr – The Wagon
- Guess Who, The – Hand Me Down World
- Guess Who, The – No Time
- Tenacious D – Rock Your Socks
- Avenged Sevenfold – Afterlife
- An issue that prevented holding sustain notes on keys in the trainers has been addressed
- Breakneck Speed now works in Practice Mode.
- Fixed a Character Creator crash related to a particular eyebrow asset or the generation of a random character.
- Fixed assorted minor crashes, as well as minor scoring and text bugs.
Right, it will probably take you a lot longer to read through these MMO-style patch notes than to download the patch. So I’ll just tell you about this idea I had to pass the time.
If Harmonix and a company named Phil were to merge, they could call it Philharmonix. If there are limits to how cool that would be, I can’t think of any. Also, a guy who names his company Phil has got to be a blast to work with.
Via JoystiqFiled Under: Gaming News, Technology News