READ THIS FIRST:
people are asking me the same questions over and over, so reading this should help answer a lot of the generic ones. Still, I appreciate the comments/views and stuff, don't get me wrong.
Check out the rest of my videos if you want to. I do music videos for a part-time-professional job, so that's what most of my work on here is.
So calimist here, a pretty damn solid RB drummer in his own right (he's ranked around 14th on the leaderboards overall if I remember right), suggested the whole split-screen, online battle idea.
A few things though: I direct-captured the footage of us playing, which is why his notechart is so damned transparent compared to mine: I wish there was something I could do about that, but aside from keeping both the bars at the bottom of the screen visible, there's really not much I can do.
The silver icon on calimist's side means he's beaten endless setlist, something i'll do as soon as I get a solid set haha.
Speaking of solid sets, too: both mine and calimist's sets aren't even close to being in great condition, as you can clearly see one of us (if not both of us) get pad misses randomly. So in all of these versus videos, the scores we're getting aren't our best scores, haha
And yeah, my fills suck bad in versus videos because i'm having to concentrate, and I can't do multiple takes of the same song, etc.
The reason I have socks with rubber bands on my drum heads is for increased sensitivity and lowered double-hits: details about it can be found here: rockband.scorehero.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3807
(my gamertag = sskitzzo)
And yes, I play drums in real life, have been for 4+ years, so the people going on about "play a real instrument", no, sorry, I do play real drums.
Not trying to be a dick with all this, just informing people so they don't keep on saying the same stuff, haha, but don't get me wrong, I appreciate the comments.