As has begun to be an annual tradition for us on the podcast, for Thanksgiving, we decided to talk about all our favorite foods. Also, please pay attention to the new hit opening track to this episode: a tale of a boy and his love of fudge and cannolis. Happy Thanksgiving, America!
3 years ago, on a night JUST LIKE tonight, Harmonix released upon the world a magical new dance game experience: Dance Central. Hear stories about how the company created the "killer app" for the Kinect!
Harmonix interviews award-winning composer Inon Zur on his work for Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved.
On a brisk day in late October, almost 3 years ago to the day, Rock Band 3 was released into the wild! It remains the most ambitious RB title we ever released, as well as the highest Metacritic ranked music game of all time (even though we couldn’t remember that while recording). Join us as we swap stories about our favorite RB3 memories, our harrowing convention trips, Jessa’s wedding, and Michael Keaton.
Did you know that one chunk equals $50,000? Tune in to find out how we determined that, based on a letter Steve Albini wrote to Nirvana! We also dive into other current events in the world of Music, Movies, and Games, and have a spirited discussion of dog owner ethics.
For the first time in what seems like months, our entire team has re-assembled for this episode. Get the full rundown of what everyone's been up to for the past month or two, spreading the Harmonix word across the land!
This week's episode was recorded in front of a LIVE studio (panel) audience at PAX Prime 2013. We invited some of our indie game dev friends to join us and talk about their awesome projects coming up! Tune in and hear what Double Fine, Young Horses, Capy Games, and SuperGiant Games are up to!
Back from a whirlwind trip to the Disney D23 convention, and with the bulk of the team still on the road, a skeleton crew sits down to talk D23, karaoke, Aaron Neville, and eating food from strangers.
Trying something new this week, the gang brings a slew of current headlines from music, gaming, and everything in between to discuss. It's like The McLaughlin Group but younger and with more yelling.
The 100th episode is here!! And we neglected to even talk about how it's the 100th episode in the podcast because we are too focused on THE FUTURE! We chat with Harmonix Audio Director Eric Brosius, who is also serving as the Audio Lead for Fantasia: Music Evolved. Tune in for excellent insights into how audio and music are integral to bringing the magic of the game to life.