ThatAuthoringGroup;4187684 said:In case you guys hadn't heard, Harmonix has recently allowed the charting of Double Bass versions of Rock Band Network songs. The catch is that there has to be a version that has 'legacy' charting (meaning no double bass/can be done with a stock single pedal drum kit), and a double bass version. So you'd see something like this :Devin Townsend - ZTODevin Townsend - ZTO (double bass)in the store. All of our songs (ThatAuthoringGroup) that we do in house will have a double bass version (we can't speak for songs we do for outside clients. I.E. if they want us to do double bass versions or not). How it will work is we will work on the legacy (meaning no double bass) version first. Once that makes it into the store we'll submit the double bass version. Just wanted to let all of you double bass pedal players out there know that songs that require double bass pedal will be getting a double bass version. We wanted to be up front with everyone so you don't buy the original version, then two weeks later there was suddenly a double bass version available. If any songs come across our desk that don't require a double bass version we'll announce it, so you don't have to wonder if there's going to be a second version down the road. So TLDR : All our songs will have a double bass version in addition to the legacy version.
n00b09;4187827 said:I Presume there'll be a double bass version of the Ziltoid album then? If I buy both versions I guess Devin will profit from both.Also any idea on the pricing for that album yet?
ThatAuthoringGroup;4189158 said:as our first in house song.
ThatAuthoringGroup;4191903 said:I was hoping we'd be clear to announce at least one of the bands by now but it seems that the music industry moves at a slightly slower pace than glaciers having sex So while I can't announce anything quite yet, and even if someone did guess correctly I can't confim, what I can let you know is that no one has guessed the two bands in particular I was talking about yet. So I guess that will be your hint for the time being.As for all the other bands guessed at, don't think we aren't actively pursuing them. It just happens that they don't have anything to do with this announcement
Rockox;4197914 said:Can't wait for the news!
ThatAuthoringGroup;4194598 said:Concerning Tesla - They are actively on our radar and we are courting a label with some of their material. Hopefully we can wrap the deal up, and have an 80's hair metal overload in RBN in 2011.
Lady Siara;4203121 said:Eagerly awaiting the Onslaught (on your facebook?), Girlschool (same), Ziltoid/DTP, and the hair metal you're promising!
kmoirkne;4203288 said:What happened to that big announcement???
ThatAuthoringGroup;4203446 said:We've almost got a deal sewn up (of course things can happen at the last minute), that will have enough hair metal in the game to give you a aqua net overdose Yeah Onslaught is coming (off the new album), Girlschool, Nekrogoblikron (new album), Ziltoid album, Rishloo album, Ahimsa Sunrise, Ethereal Collapse, Left Spine Down, Musica Diablo, Union Underground, Cult To follow, Raggedy Angry, and that's just what we've got now. 2011 is going to have some huge artists coming from us including the Addicted Album from Devin Townsend, a three pack of old school Grim Reaper songs, POSSIBLY the New Black by Strapping Young Lad...and if the dad blamed labels would ever finally send masters (I'm not going to announce ANYTHING until we have masters in hand at this point), we could start making announcements on them. Plus we've got 11 songs in the testing process, and another eight in production that we can't discuss until they are released. We've already got 50 tracks in various states of testing and creation, and 2011 is looking to quadruple that...if not more (I may never sleep again). AAAAAAND...Stereo Stereo is up in Peer Review and flying along. If all things go well it should pass in the next few days (fingers crossed!)