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welcome to DigiBand, the coolest drum/guitar simulator out there!
We've finally reached version 1.0!
Please have a look around at our screen shots and videos, or visit our downloads section to download it.
Please post in the forums if you have any questions.
DigiBand is a full home version Drumming/Guitar simulator.
It isn't just intended to be a simulator, but a uniquely refreshing new experience.
It is much different than simulators already out there.
Features: - DigiBand supports both GDA and DTX file formats using a "Prefered" option, which can be modified in the games settings.ini file. - DigiBand can Support up to 3 players Simutaneously! - Digiband has a unique "Jukebox" mode which allows you to hear the songs notes before you play it, as well as other surprises. - DigiBand also supports theming for UI customization, and uses transparent PNG images, avi's, mp3's, and Cabbit Models for it's UI system. - DigiBand plays and converts xa audio files for ease of song editing. - Digiband saves your highscores with 'maxcombo' so you can clock how well you are doing. - DigiBand allows Multiple players, playing bass or guitar with a drum player to all have seperate difficulties and styles. - DigiBand sorts songs in a categorized "DDR" style interface, with slight adjustments for ease of use! - DigiBand uses the internal system clock to maintain audio to note synchronization thanks to SDL. - DigiBand allows users to sync up their songs on the fly. If it feels like you're being rushed or delayed, just sync it up by pressing F11/F12.
Other Notes: - DigiBand was developed almost entirely by Joe Wall. - DigiBand was developed using C++ with SDL, taking full advantage of OpenGL. - DigiBand is designed to compile on Windows using MinGW. For more information click "Technical Information" in the side bar under Developers.