Summary: i bought this game because i thought it would be fun and a nice change from shooting zombies and going on killing sprees (on the ps2 not real life) well it surpased my expectations within an hour i had created a very professional sounding track and had started making a video for it.my only grumble...
Music 3000 - the latest edition to a fantastic series
Matthew Anderson, Amazon
14 May 2005
Summary: Having been an avid follow of Jester's interactive music creation series, I was eager to snap up the latest title. Music 3000 does not dissapoint. It is not a pick up and play game, unless you have played one of the earlier titles.
Summary: When I bought this game I didn't really know what to expect. I absolutely loved music 2000 on the Ps1 so I had very high hopes for this game. When I started the game up I was shocked at the amount of sophistication in the menus. It looked so professional it was starting to sound to good to be true.
Summary: Music 3000 is special. I have created many good tunes in few minutes. It is very quick to make a tune, unlike the other series of music generater. First Impressions wont be much but when you figure out how to do evrything, WOW.
Summary: I own all the Jester Music creations and also MTV Music Generator2. Although the samples and sounds are more sophisticatic the problem with memory space is still a big bug bear. Its ok if you want to make short tunes up to 5 minutes or so, but if you want to do like Mike Oldfield or Ministry of...
Summary: When I bought this game I didn’t really know what to expect. I absolutely loved music 2000 on the Ps1 so I had very high hopes for this game. When I started the game up I was shocked at the amount of sophistication in the menus. It looked so professional it was starting to sound to good to be true.
Summary: As a musical person I must admit that this review will probably not apply to anyone who has no musical talent at all for obvious reasons, so to the un-talented please remove atleast 3 stars. To everyone else, welcome to the best PS2 game available.
Summary: A long time ago I had a lot of fun with Music and Music 2000 for the PS1. However since then I have had cubase and others on the PC. Coming back to the PS2 with music 3000 has left me feeling frustrated that they should charge money for this.