|October 20, 2008
With up to four players, compose a masterpiece. With simple gestures like drumming and strumming, anyone can play a wide variety of instruments in Wii Music.
Beyond the Jam:
- In addition to the primary band jams, Wii Music features a variety of other modes, such as musical games and an improved video viewing option for jam recordings.
- Play it once more To watch your jam recordings come to life with stunning camera angles, use the playback option.
- Grab the baton: In the conducting game, you can direct a Mii orchestra through organized music by waving the Wii Remote Controller like a conductor’s baton. Make them play loudly, softly, rapidly, or slowly.
- What about you? Play a handbells game where you can play your 2 handbells as a component of a larger ensemble by swiping the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers. Every team member has a task to complete: Only play one of your notes when the melody calls for it.
- An aptitude for music takes a tone quiz that puts your musical ear to the test by asking you to do things like arrange note-playing Miis in ascending sequence of the pitch.
- Play a virtual drum set in Wii Music’s drumming mode, which also utilizes the Wii Balance Board attachment (sold with Wii FitTM). To play the bass drum and hi-hat cymbal, you’ll place both of your feet on the Wii Balance Board while using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers as drumsticks.