Summary: music 3000 by the ratings on the front cover if you love music you will love this creating your own sounds and video the visuals are way better than the previous ps1 music 2000 and 1000 with real rave scene footage, robotic images and lots more put your creative skills to use , have lots of fun blending sounds from a wide range of music electronically guitar piano strings drumbeats big baselines and more.
Summary: Music 3000 Once you get past the slightly unclear interface, (that is different to the 1st 2 enstallments of this series) and you will with guides on the disk, it is an amazing and versitile music production tool - do not be affraid to pick this up, it is great.
Exciting game in which to explore your creative talents
15 June 2005
Summary: Jester's Music 3000 is certainly the market leader in its field of gameplay as its huge variety of sound samples blows the competition away! The screen images look great and the controls are easy to use. The sounds have a professional quality to them and the video library is great fun although it does take up rather a lot of PS2 memory! The mixing decks are also a great addition to this game. Tracks from professional DJs are also included for you to play around with.
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. When you boot this gem up for the first time, you have to be prepared to spend a few hours getting used to the controls and learning how to use it.
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. Too few samples, which are not very good anyway, stupid styles: metal, indie, pop (duh?).
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 Sound and have journey music, whereby the music changes throughout, you will be pushed for space.
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. When I went to make a song however the music making itself was so complicated let alone the video making, so instead of trying to do anything I went straight to the tutorials.
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. When I went to make a song however the music making itself was so complicated let alone the video making, so instead of trying to do anything I went straight to the tutorials.
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. On the other serieses making a rock tune was not so easy, But 3000 has changed rock into Metal, and ive made some metal tunes what could get onto music channels, There really good. There is also the others Pop, Garage, Trance, Indie,.