my question is to do with the pricing. if a band releases 3 songs, 6 songs, etc, will they be able to make a "pack" option that will give the same sort of discount that HMX-made packs give?
10 minutes? What gives?
The stuff I like, 10 minutes is a short song. With longer songs already in Rock Band ("The Camera Eye" at least), this seems like an arbitrary rule. Like the limits on youtube. Please, developers, explain your reasoning to me.
I started another thread for this question, and even got a pretty good answer. You can check it out here. Please devs, if you can shed any more light on the discussion, please do.
Last edited by HelloMaster; 08-12-2009 at 10:16 AM.
I can understand why RB1 doesnt have the RBN store, but why dont the RBN songs work with RB1?
"Received Your Letter" for rock band!
I've read through every comment here but still would like some clarification *please* on the US only submissions.
Is the only issue here that when it comes time for the charted song to be submitted to the network via whatever mechanism (web / FTP whatever) is that the this must be sent from a person/PC residing in the USA? Or is there any other holdups due to paperwork, arrangement royalties, rights anything like that? I am in Canada but do have computer savvy friends in the States that I would trust to just upload the song for me if that is the only issue.
Also if an independent charter will be doing songs for bands for % of royalties how does payment get disbursed, is this something XNA takes care of?
Does "Europe" include Australia? Or is Europe specifically Europe?RBN songs will be available for sale in North America (inc Canada) and Europe. Submitters of RBN songs will need to be from the U.S.
Birds of Tokyo
We Are Scientists
Art Vs. Science
If I were to release a song and decide to sell it for $2 but I notice that it is not selling well could I go back and change the price to $1 to increase the sales of it and get my band name out there?