overdriveguitarman;2734000 said:Buying stuff.Yay!There is a site that shows you how though.
kingtonyx;2734077 said:here you go
McCREE;2734067 said:where can i find such a site?thanks!
AKALink;2734320 said:So pretty much if your music is unsuccessful you won't be able to do it. But my question is do you actually need a xbox 360 to do this, or can I do it on my PC.
Magik_Tek;2734371 said:What do you mean by "unsuccessful"?The purpose of this program is to give bands and labels the tools to get their work into Rock Band. As far as we know, the only way a song gets rejected is if it fails to pass the verification process.You need both a Xbox 360 and a PC. You need the PC to create the charts and submit the files to RBN. The 360 to test your songs in the Rock Band environment.
N-Play;2734394 said:so as a Wii user with inability to get XBA or XBL i'm screwed?
Magik_Tek;2734403 said:Pretty much. Just hope that Nintendo has some sort of equivalent to XNA in the future.
AKALink;2734397 said:I mean if they don't sell.
Magik_Tek;2734429 said:I still don't see how if a song doesn't sell as much as one would hope means you can't do anything on RBN. It shouldn't stop a band from continuing to put content on it. Or am I misunderstanding what you're trying to say?
AKALink;2734461 said:Since it takes a huge amount of work and time to just chart songs and to then pay money to be able to upload them, if a band doesn't get a good return from the tracks I don't think bands will go very far with it. Especially since we will be seeing a lot of random people trying to get famous by getting music on rock band.
Magik_Tek;2734267 said:You need at a minimum, $99 for XNA and $60 for a XBL Gold account. The Gold account varies depending if you can find it on sale.
davidshek;2736206 said:You also need to purchase at least a single-user license for Reaper (the program used to do the chart authoring), and that's $60.