A New Pyro Fool;4601608 said:Rocksmith's tracks are 240/$2.99 a piece. You should be grateful.
skyp1e;4601696 said:This thread has GNF all over it and he fails to respond. I guess it's low hanging fruit for the forum curmudgeon.
jeezlouise123;4601535 said:just wondering
FlyGuyLXI;4601716 said:So? You pay a dollar extra for the pro upgrades if you were to compare Rocksmith's DLC, and considering Rocksmith is so much better of a learning engine and actually more enjoyable than Rock Band's...
LiveHomeVideo;4601719 said:That's been a fad here recently, hasn't it? People making alt accounts just to troll.
tdc002;4601754 said:What I don't get is all the no name metal bands on RBN that charge $2 a track. I'm sure they'd sell more just out of curiosity if they only charged $1.
GNFfhqwhgads;4601800 said:God, I am so sad I missed this thread.
SeymourDuncan17;4601741 said:Arguably.But what do you get with those 3 dollar tracks? Lead and rhythm guitar, right? For RB you get Pro Guitar/Bass, Pro/Regular Keys, drums, guitar, bass and vocals/harmonies.
Zemanator;4601545 said:because you have no money.
FlyGuyLXI;4601876 said:I don't do drums, bass or vocals, so that's not much of a loss on my part.
jeezlouise123;4601894 said:look I just don't spend much time on this kind of thing
davidshek;4601789 said:More, yes. But twice as much, so as to equal the same amount of money garnered? There's no way of knowing that. If only half again more people (ie. the "curious ones") purchased the track, they'd still make less money.1000 x $2 = $20001500 x $1 = $1500
SheSaidSheSaid;4601951 said:But those 500 extra people might buy the band's CD. Or a song or two off iTunes. Or check them out on Spotify and decide to go to a show.
GNFfhqwhgads;4601955 said:Artists don't really make money off the RBN, they just do it for exposure.