disco_stu;2736478 said:I would LOVE Zep on Rock Band.But i think i speak for the majority of the forum when i say there is more chance of seeing Michael Jackson turn up at my door and ask to babysit.I hope i'm made to eat my words+Also you look like a spammer on that forum
bjyaritz;2736486 said:thats funny! I'm no spammer, just a fan.
disco_stu;2736798 said:When i'm 50 and some teenager says he likes similar stuff to me, i'll show him who else he might like. I won't tell him to gtfo my era 'cause you weren't there.
Lawdog1521;2736810 said:Ill be to busy screaming at kids to get off my lawn and reminiscing about how candy was a nickel in my day. (Whats the point of being old if I can't be obnoxious?)
disco_stu;2736841 said:I own a PS3. I'm just not selfish
l-o-t;2736816 said:Kay, NO! I own a PS3 and will not be getting any of these fan made tracks. If Zeppelin allows access to their songs via this method, you will have many, many irate PS3 owners. Mostly me!
cherokeesam;2736868 said:What "fan-made tracks?" That's not how RBN works. At all. EVERYTHING that's uploaded has to be vetted by peer review and HMX's own QA. EVERY track that's uploaded *must* be copyrighted by the uploader --- i.e., if you don't own the rights, "your" song doesn't get released. Period. That goes for samples, too. No way in hell are we gonna see "fan-made tracks" on RBN. Just original material. (And possibly parodies could be legally wrangled in -- that's still a gray area that hasn't been explored yet.)
l-o-t;2736889 said:Ah, I thought it was like the GH music studio. My mistake.I bassically just saw "Xbox exclusive" and stopped reading/careing.
Meatwad555;2736951 said:It isn't Xbox exclusive...
Sgt Pepper;2737026 said:Here's something I'm not understanding about people thinking Pink Floyd or Led Zeppelin are suddenly going to jump on-- It seems to me that the RBN is for bands that might not otherwise be released by Harmonix. The Billboard article said it was being implemented because they don't the time to work in all the bands they want. If Led Zep approached Harmonix, trust me, they'd make time.I'm not even remotely expecting to see big bands released over the RBN-- it just increased accessibility, something the big names already had.
l-o-t;2737045 said:Yeah... after actually reading some articals on it I see this now and am actually really quite excited for this development. I have no doubt that any track worth getting will be made availible to non-Xbox owners.
Legion37;2737058 said:Hell I know there are great charters out there that chart illegally used mp3s for games like Frets on Fire that could now use this as a possible business venture (charge a rediculously low amount to program the indie/unknown bands songs into Rockband and cut a precent of the profit made on the downloads. Or something along those lines that get these artists their time to shine and known.