I don't really understand people's logic when they say this. The main thing I keep coming back to is that major labels might hire a group of people just to make charts for their bands song constantly and pump out as much DLC as possible. Local independent bands are going to have to figure out how to do everything themselves even more than they do being an unsigned band in the first place. Think about this scenario:
Warner Music Group hears about the RBN. They decide they like money and could just hire a group of 10-20 people to chart their songs. They could then release singles the same day they are released for radio, release albums the same day they hit store shelves, and release classic songs in the midst of the new for even more cash. This group would ONLY be making charts for songs round the clock 5 days a week. A record label would be stupid to not cash in on something so simple.
See, from my point of view, it's actually going to be a lot easier for bigger bands and labels to get in on this than unsigned indie bands. A lot of indie bands don't even have the proper recording equipment to record seperate tracks successfully for them to be used in Rock Band.
Am I just completely delusional? I feel like I'm the only one seeing things this way