Lastly, Harmonix won't be debuting new DLC next week, as the patch was originally scheduled in that slot.However, regularly scheduled DLC will come alongside the February update—more information to come.The company went on to say that when it originally launched the Rock Band Network it "had no idea" that the platform would take off in the way that it did."Even if we had been able to anticipate the level of enthusiasm, we certainly couldn't have predicted that the RBN authors would generate a body of work that so quickly eclipsed the official Harmonix output," the company said.
This also includes non-authoring things that may be relevant to authoring, like building packs and manipulating files/files. Looking for feedback/help from the community at large, or just looking to tell people what you're ACTIVELY working on?This is a forum for discussing all of the things that don't fit into other forums.Music, gaming, sports, your cool side project, pictures of your awesome Rock Band night, pictures of your cats...The Rock Band Network, a platform launched in 2010 that allowed fans, artists, and even record labels to release music for Rock Band games, is shutting down.Developer Harmonix announced the news in a forum posting this week."After four years, 2,121 songs, and countless hours of investment from some of the most talented and passionate Rock Band fans around, it's time for the sun to (officially) set on Rock Band Network," Harmonix wrote.