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#1 2009-12-24 08:10:32

Franpa
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Registered: 2009-03-16
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Zelda: Spirit Tracks - Gabe, Forest Sanctuary Fortress

Hi, No matter what I do here, he won't accept what I play as appropriate. Has others gotten past this point on 0.9.5? the flute doesn't seem to transition between notes very well, I'm using the internal sound effect.


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Windows 10 x64 | Ryzen 3700X | ASUS Crosshair Hero VIII (WiFI) Motherboard | 16GB 3600MHz RAM | Nvidia Geforce 1070Ti

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#2 2009-12-24 17:43:28

zeromus
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Re: Zelda: Spirit Tracks - Gabe, Forest Sanctuary Fortress

have you tried recording a wav file with whatever you need to send to the game? that is going to work better than a physical microphone 100% of the time.

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#3 2009-12-24 22:51:46

Franpa
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Re: Zelda: Spirit Tracks - Gabe, Forest Sanctuary Fortress

I was using a internal sound (the one built in to the emulator) but anyways I figured out what the problem was. You have to wait for your cue (instant Gabe's instrument stops) then play quickly before Gabe starts playing his instrument again otherwise you won't play fluidly and fail.

Anyways I worked it out, it was mostly user error and the games failure to explain properly what to look for. Practice session has no indication at all during it that you are playing in time or at the right time.


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Windows 10 x64 | Ryzen 3700X | ASUS Crosshair Hero VIII (WiFI) Motherboard | 16GB 3600MHz RAM | Nvidia Geforce 1070Ti

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#4 2010-01-05 01:54:02

Domino
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Re: Zelda: Spirit Tracks - Gabe, Forest Sanctuary Fortress

it's best to start playing when the camera has stopped moving and is focused on Link.

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