Sousanator, from our forums, has release v0.2 of his PSP Guitar Lua application. PSP Guitar is a guitar simulator for the PSP with somewhat basic controls. There are many options and guitars to use in this new version, making it much more versatile than before. The sound quality isn't as great as PSPiano, but it is a guitar which is rather difficult to emulate! When playing the game, you will find that there is no longer an on-screen guitar to guide you, just the words: PSP Guitar. There is a rather large change log from the previous version which includes:
* newer, better, and more sounds
* new menu, start screen with sounds
* 3 new guitar types
* added a normal holding mode
* new contol system, high sounds down, low sounds up
* multi-info page
* new backgrounds
* fixed PSP Tune eboot to be PSP Guitar
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PSP Guitar PSP Guitar is a game where you hold the PSP sideways and strum the analog stick
ToneMatrix Homebrew developer Babkock has dropped by our forums to release his latest project, ToneMatrix, a gnarly "16-step drum machine" based on the ToneMatrix flash program by Andre Michelle for the PlayStation Portable
VDrum PSP homebrew developer Xsjado7 dropped by the forums earlier to announce that VDrum has just been updated to version 1
Goear PSP Goear PSP
This is a whole new version, not an update from the previous hb.
Goear PSP is an application designed for the search, download, play music from the site goear.com
Version 2.0 Features
- Support multi languages improved. Now there's no limit, just copied to a folder and are ready to use
- Support for skins
VDrum Don't pack away those drum sticks just yet, because homebrew developer Xsjado7 has released the latest version of VDrum v2
eKaraoke is my new homebrew for the PSP that turns it into karaoke.
This homebrew works through files to MP3 music files and lyrics for the RSC.
RSC files are compatible with most MP4 players and now functional with the PSP
thanks to my homebrew. To learn more about the RSC and for links to downloads, go to Wikipedia: