I really hope that none of my DLC is missing, because honestly I may never know. I have so much. Not sure what could be causing missing songs. Did you try deleting the songs from the dashboard and redownloading?
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Nice. The guitars aren't particularly amazing though. Glad I preordered at GS and got three songs instead.
Considering 1 pint = .125 gallons, easily the egg nog. That would be easy.
" I think a better solution for this would be to offer 3 different options on the menu: A) buy the (Rock Band 3 version) for $1.99 which has everything except pro guitar and pro bass (for people who don't own the song previously)B) buy an upgrade to the (Rock Band 3 version) for $0.50 that adds Harmonies and keys. (if you already own the song)C) buy the pro guitar and pro bass upgrade for $0.99 (which can be applied even without upgrading) this would be the most versatile way to offer people options, instead of pissing off their loyal fanbase who have bought hundreds of songs from them already! Also, while it's true we paid less for these on-disc songs, my guess is it'll be the same once they get around to updating the old DLC. I'm also kind of annoyed that not all the songs get the pro guitar/pro bass treatment... they got tons of money from the years of DLC people have been buying... they can't afford to hire a few more staff members in order to make everything pro-compatible? Even if the pro-guitar stuff can only be done accurately by the actual guitarists that they have on staff... can't they just make that the primary job of those guys and don't have them work on charting anything else? Or, if that's still too taxing, they can hire some more actual guitarists and teach them how to use the charting system!! </rant> "I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that what you're asking them to do is probably MUCH more work than you realize. This is exhibit A of "easier said than done".
Also, tracks with keyboard support are still just $2. I wouldn't want to play an extra $.50 for them.
There's no extra input on the ION kit. You'd have to get a splitter or something to use two pedals, but that option I'd imagine still wouldn't work as a hi-hat since it still would use the bass port. Although as I pointed out in another thread, I was forced to turn on the hi-hat pedal option when I'm using my rock pedal. Don't know why exactly, but it wasn't working until I did that.
" What if you have the Ion Drum Rocker kit? "
True. I was thinking the problem was more having to do with the old versions coming up on random setlists though. Of course that's easily fixed by rating the old songs 1 lighter (which makes it never show up unless absolutely necessary). So there's no real problem I guess, unless you're OCD about your music library and really don't want to old versions.
" @Timma1083: @JJWeatherman: Well the tracks are listed as "RB3 version" so you won't have a problem distinguishing between the new versions and the old ones. "