Re: How to I record my ps2 music3000 creations on to...
You can, it involves a lot of leads but its easy and fairly cheap to do. Firstly, buy a video lead for your PS2 that has stereo audio out (in the uk, you can find them at GAME at the moment). This should give you the red and white connections needed to take the stereo signal from the console.
Then, buy a lead that converts the two white and red stereo leads into one 3.5mm stereo jack. I would personally go to Maplins for this.
Connect the 2 inputs from the 3.5mm lead into the outputs on the video lead, then connect the 3.5mm jack into the mic socket of your PC. You can then use a program like Audacity to record the song and convert it to MP3. Then you're set to burn :)
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the problem might be your cd drive. the lens may be broken. I suggest you go to a technician and convert your ps2 to harddrive. it loads games much faster and you wont need cd to play games.
also if you want to play games using psp slim here are some tutorials on how to do that.
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hope it helps.
You are not able to use USB to send video out of the PS2. What you would need to do is figure out what video inputs your computer has, if any. Most don't come with any, unless there is a seperate video card attached to the machine. If you have this then there may be an S-Video connection on this card. Most cards with this connection can use it for input or output, but sometimes need a seperate "dongle" or box with cable, to allow for this to occur. If you have this connection on the card then you can find a S-Video to RCA adapter and then run the Yellow RCA from your PS2 into this adapter, then plug the S-video on the other end into the PC. You will also need a 3rd party software to view the video. I use Nero Recode, which is a part of the Nero Burning Rom package. There are many other products out there that allow the same thing, try a few trials and see what works best for you. You can also then get an RCA to 1/8" headphone jack converter and plug the red and white RCA's from the PS2 into the adapter, then plug the 1/8" headphone jack into the Line IN on your soundcard on the pc and then you will have video and audio coming into the pc. Let me know if this helps or if you need more info.
You can use any mic that has a usb plug, you can also use the usb mic on your pc too. You will not be able to the mic with GH3, because GH3 does not offer band multiplay, you will need to get GH World Tour or a GH track pack. You can also use the guitars from GH for all the Rockband series too. So having the mic already, all you would have to do (if it has the usb) is connect it to the usb plug in the front of your console. I assume your using the PS2 b/c of the pic. You can also use the drums and mic from PS2 with a PS3. You can't use the guitar from PS2 for PS3 unless you buy this wire that converts the controller plug to usb, on ebay they are $4-$5, obviously a lot cheaper than buyer another guitar @ $40-$50. This info should help and may answer some future questions as well. Good luck.
It's not asking for a specific disc, it's asking for a properly formatted PlayStation disc.
This message could mean that any one of several things has happened:
* You are trying to play a Japanese disc on a US PS2, or vice versa
* You are trying to play a game that has been copied onto a CD-R/DVD-R
* Your disc is scratched/dirty/otherwise unreadable
* Your disc isn't a format that the PS2 recognises (i.e. CD, DVD, PS CD-ROM, PS2 CD-ROM, PS2 DVD-ROM, etc)
* Your PS2 is broken
make sure youhave both the guitar and the wireless control plug is turned on. it the problem persists tryturing on your ps2 with it open then close it click browser and a cd with your memory card should show up click the cd and try detecting your guitar that way
Disc Read Error generally means that the game disk cannot be read by your console.
Reasons for Disc Read Error 1. Disk surface scratched or smudged. 2. Disk surface dirty. 3. Lens surface dirty.
Here is what you can try doing.
1. Check the game disc for any scratches or smudges on the surface of the game disc, try to clean them off by using a non-abrasive cotton cloth.
2. If the PS2 console is lying down, please set the console to on its side or if it's on its side set it to flat position, restart the console and then try game again. Always ensure the PlayStation 2 is in a cool, well ventilated place.
3. Remove and reinsert the Memory card of your PS2, restart the console then try running the game again. Other troubleshooting that you can try.
Change the Disc speed of the PS2 DVD and then try again.
Start the PS2 with no disc in a drive. Press the "triangle" button on the controller. Use the up and down buttons on the controller to select "Playstation Driver” and press the "triangle" button on the controller. Select Disc speed. If it is set to "Fast," select "Standard"; if it is set to "Standard", select "Fast" and press the "X" button on the controller. Press the "O" button on the controller. Insert the game disc and restart the PS2. Try running the game again.
Turn the Diagnosis On for PlayStation2 to auto detect the best settings.
From the Browser and System Configuration menu. Press the triangle button to select Version. Highlight the Console from the list and press the triangle button - this accesses the next menu option. The Diagnosis will be highlighted. Press the X button to access the options available. Highlight "ON" and press the X button to affect the change. Restart the console and try the game again.
If the above steps does do not solve the error then you would probably have to replace the disc.
Note: If you are using the Slim version of PS2 make sure that the console is properly ventilated and that it should always be in the standing position, as the slim version of PS2 no fan or any other cooling unit unlike the normal PS2.