xianzai;3584545 said:Thanks Jarr, I've seen your vids before and appreciate them. Is there a master list somewhere with links to the chart videos?
Santa Claustrophobia;3584898 said:I can't imagine there being a comprehensive collection of videos for RBN songs. Nearly 200 and counting in less than three weeks...
wesjett08;3584708 said:Goto the store and download the demo's ... That's a small little preview at least.
G_tarRoCK3R;3585057 said:The demo's are all and good buddy but theres still a demand for FULL chart videos. Which is kinda why I was defending them in that thread on the creators site that was closed. The more videos, the more people will see them, the more buyers there will be. 30% demo isn't enough for a lot of people.
NoThru22;3585157 said:I've played a few songs that don't even reach their first refrain after a minute, which is when most drum charts switch up.
Santa Claustrophobia;3585192 said:Out of nearly 200 songs, this is an issue for how many?Most of us are veterans at this point. We can listen to a song and have an idea what it might be like for a particular instrument of choice. Being able to see what the difficulty rating (far from perfect, but also far from being absolutely wrong) should also provide some helpful information.Besides, if it's a song that had you on the fence but there is no video. Then drop a buck or two on it and post the video yourself. Ultimately, is it really likely that the chart will make that big of a difference after the entire process it had to go through just to get approved?
jeremyd5;3595524 said:Quite frankly I've never understood why there isn't a central place to view Rock Band & Guitar Hero DLC charts. Unless the chart for the song really sucks, these bands are eliminating potential downloads by not having a video of the entire chart online. I know I'm not the only person who has purchased a song from an unfamiliar band after watching a video.Now I can accept the viewpoint that a few lost downloads would mean nothing to bigger bands like Iron Maiden & Megadeth. But for these smaller/independent artists, posting a video of the entire chart would only increase your chances of someone buying your song so why wouldn't you make sure a video was available?
DragoonXD;3595533 said:Charts can also convince someone to not buy a song.
G_tarRoCK3R;3596415 said:Your point being? If someone was going to buy the song, most likely they aren't going to be looking for a video. Videos are mostly for the people on the fence about the song. How does that DECREASE the # of downloads if they don't want it? People that don't want the song and see the chart might change their mind.Only beneficial for videos.
DragoonXD;3596458 said:What about all the people against charting of other instruments to guitar? If they check a chart to see that (for example) piano was charted to guitar, they may end up not buying it. I'm not saying it decreases the number of purchases, just saying it can happen.And I may be the only one here, but when I listen to a song, I can get a pretty good general idea of what the chart looks like (in my head).
V4Vendetta;3600208 said:Basically someone should make a topic of youtube links for each song. They don't have to make the youtube videos, just provide the links.
G_tarRoCK3R;3600555 said:Yea.....good luck with that haha Speaking of which, I should really make a play list of my RBN videos xD