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PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 6:13 pm    Post subject: GH Van Halen Freeforms Thread Reply with quote

Since this game doesn't have a freeform thread yet, I thought I'd take the liberty to make one. I spent a fair amount of time today going through all the songs and noting down the freeforms, though I don't know if it's me or not but the freeforms seem much more fiddlier in this game than any of the others to me so I may not even be 100% accurate.

At any rate, here's what I managed to find. If anyone has any corrections in regards to freeform placement and/or some of the notation for these, let me know and I'll edit this accordingly.

For pitch references, use this

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Ain't Talkin' Bout Love - (Three - one at the beginning and 2 at the end separated by the final phrase) B C# D# F# G# A#
Atomic Punk (Two, throughout) - C# D# F# A#
Come to Life (One at the beginning) - B# B C# E# F F# G#
Dance the Night Away (Two near the final chorus - E# F G G# A# C D)
Double Vision (One at the beginning) - A B C D E G
The End of Heartache (Two in the middle) - C D E# F G A#
Everybody Wants Some!! (Two in the middle) - C C# D# E G# A#
Feel Your Love Tonight (One in the middle) - C# D# F F# G# A# B
First Date (Two throughout) - C D E F G A B
Hang 'Em High (One at the beginning) - B C# D E F# G# A
Hear About It Later (One at the beginning) (C# D# E F# G# A# B)
Hot For Teacher (One at the end) - C D G A B
I Want It All (Two, one in the middle and one at the end) - B D E F# G A
Ice Cream Man (Two in the middle separated by a talkie) - C# D# G A# B#
I'm the One (One in the middle) - C# D# F# G# A# B
Intruder / (Oh) Pretty Woman - (Two in the beginning separated by a talkie) - C C# E# F G G# A#
Jamie's Cryin' (Two, one in the middle and one at the end) - C D D# F G G# A#
Jump (Two next to each other in the middle) - C D E F G A B
Little Guitars (One in the middle) - C D E F G A A#
Mean Street (Two at the end) - C# D# F# G# B
Pain (One in the middle) - C D D# F G G# B
Painkiller (Four throughout, all in groups of two) - 1 and 2: B C D E, 3 and 4: C# D# E F# A B
Panama (One in the middle) - D# F G G#
Rock and Roll is Dead (One near the end) - C D E F# G A B
Running With the Devil (Two near the end) - C C# D# F G G# A#
Safe European Home (Two at the end) - C# D# E G# A B
Sick, Sick, Sick (One in the middle) - C D G A A#
So This is Love? (Two, one in the middle and one at the end) - C# E F# G# B
Space Truckin' (One in the middle) - C D E# F# G A#
Stacy's Mom (One in the middle) - C D D# E F# G A B
The Takedown (Two, one in the middle and another at the end) C# D E F# G A B
White Wedding (Part 1) (Nine freeforms - 3 in the beginning and 6 together in the middle separated into clusters of 3) - D E F# G# A B
You Really Got Me (One in the middle) - C C# D D# F# G A B

No Freeforms:
* And the Cradle Will Rock...
* Beautiful Girls
* Best of You
* Dope Nose
* Loss of Control
* Master Exploder
* Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)
* Romeo Delight
* Semi-Charmed Life
* Somebody Get Me a Doctor
* Unchained
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Wooffus. Thanks for making this thread. My rather silly question is when you say "C", do you actually mean the note C, or does C mean the tonic note in that key? So in other words, if the song is in the key of G, does your C really mean G? I ask because most of your FFs listed seem to start on C.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 3:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

To answer your question, all pitches listed are in concert pitch. This means a C really means a C and so on and so forth. That was the standard that I saw in the other freeform discussion threads, so I thought I'd adapt the same terminology here.

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