== a few ideas i had ==
: That makes as much sense as "I saw McDonalds sells burgers, does starbucks give free t-shirts now?". And I won't ever allow upload of songs on my server because of bandwidth and copyright issues. --[[User:Daid|Daid]] 09:47, 28 January 2010 (UTC)
== Custom Notes in latest nightly build ==
:: Sounds good. I will keep checking back for the test app. Thanks .[[User:Geegee|Geegee]] 03:49, 1 February 2010 (UTC)
== Rock Band USB Guitars ==
Ok, Here's the button/axis configurations:
Rock Band Guitar
Green: Button 2 Red: Button 3 Yellow: Button 4 Blue: Button 1 Orange: Button 5 Star- power/Overdrive: Button 6
/higher frets are exactly the same but also press down button 7 at the same time
Minus: Button 9 Plus: Button 10
pickup switch thingy is the Z- Rotation axis and resets to center when changes are not being made The Whammy is the Z- Axis and much the same way resets to center ( not zero like I originally though, sorry)
Rock Band Drums
The drum pads press down the following buttons on the initial hit as well as button 8 much like the soloing frets on the guitar.
Red: Button 3 Yellow: Button 4 Blue: Button 1 Green: Button 2
The A, B,1,2, +, & - buttons press like any normal joystick button and are as follows
A: Button 2 B: Button 3 1: Button 1 2: Button 4 -: Button 9 +: Button 10
The D-pad is a POV hat just like the guitar.
mic is a standard USB Logitech audio input and works on a PC as well.
I do not have the Rock Band 2 Guitar/Drums but I assume they work much the same way. Also, I have no clue how to use the controller port lights on either controller but they work fine without them.
Hope this was helpful, I 'm willing to help with this as much as I can although I have no experience with coding on the Wii. I' ve only used Blitz Basic 3D, but I would recommend looking at FoFiX' s (http://code.google.com/p/fofix/) source code if you have any problems.