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Guitar Hero V - sound problems
#1
Hi everyone,
First of all, I'm a newbie with PCSX2. This is the first game I tried with it, so it's highly possible that I did something wrong.

I tried Guitar Hero V (PAL) with PCSX2 beta 1888, and I'm experiencing some sound problems. In fact everything's just fine except the music while playing : I don't hear the band and the guitar, just the audience and the "dissonant sounds" when I miss a note. Pretty sad when the music is the main purpose of the game, isn't it ?

I tried to change the sound plugin (following the Official Configuration Guide of this forum):
  • SPU2-X 1.2.0 : no music during songs
  • SPU2-X r2693 : no music during songs
  • P.E.Op.S.SPU2 : black screen after the initial loading
  • ZeroSPU2 r1455 : black screen after the initial loading
  • ZeroSPU2 r2595-dev : black screen after the initial loading

Am I the only one experiencing these problems ? (am I the only one that tried to play this game with PCSX2 ? Laugh )
Has anyone an idea on the reason of my problem ?

Thanks for your help, let me know if you need some extra information about my configuration and stuff. Happy

(and sorry for my bad english, I'm french)
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#2
Config the latest SPU2-X plugin. try to use the best setup for it and experiment it for yourself. I recommend SPU2-X for this game.
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#3
Ok, thanks for your help. I tried to configure it but it didn't change anything. Some of the songs are audible but they're much too slow. That's why I thought it might be a graphical issue, but I tried to improve my fps (very poor during a song, about 25 fps) with GSDX configuration (using ZeroGS is even worse) and it didn't change anything, my fps stayed low.
My PC :
Windows 7 32 bits
nVidia GeForce 8600M GT
Intel Core 2 Duo T5450 1.66 GHz
Sound card : SigmaTel STAC9205X - High Definition Audio Controller
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#4
Well, with a timing sensitive game like this, you'll really want a faster computer.
If the game doesn't reach full speed, it won't be much playable.
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#5
Ok, that's what I was afraid of... Thanks for your answers.
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