Rocksmith is a new game that lets you plug any guitar into your Xbox 360 or PS3 system. Rocksmith will offer a vast library of songs from different music genres and will challenge you to step away from the notes on screen and play songs by memory.
RockSmith Alternative Rock DLC Pack Trailer (HD) 31.4MB - 67 downloads - 13 November, 2012
Discover the 15 songs of the Alternative Rock Pack, a brand new DLC for Rocksmith™ introducing:
*The Black Keys - "Gold on the Ceiling"
*The Offsprings - "Come Out and Play"
*Pearl Jam - "Jeremy"
And many more.
Get the DLC on:
Discover new DLC songs for Rocksmith, the first and only game where you can plug ANY real guitar or bass and actually learn while you play
This video presents the songs:
- "Bright Lights" by Gary Clark Jr.
- "Caring is Creepy" by The Shins
- "Paris (Ooh La La)" by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
Ubisoft recently invited some great guitarists along to Gibson Guitar Studio London to test drive revolutionary guitar game Rocksmith. For this week's video we go a bit folky with Ben Parker. Music teacher / composer / producer for film and TV, author, one half of late 90s band Ben & Jason, and now one half of The Chain. Check out this video to see what he thought of Rocksmith from his teacherly point of view.
Rocksmith is finally out on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The first and only game where you can plug ANY real Guitar or Bass into console and actually LEARN while you PLAY.
More Information on: http://www.rocksmith.com
Discover how RockSmith keeps the expert players entertained with:
- The "Tone Designer" mode including a large range of amplifiers, which allows them to play any song they wish to.
- The "Riff Repetiter" which let them work extensively on a song with the possibility to slowly repeat the difficult parts several times to actually learn the music, like in a real guitar lesson.
Ubisoft recently invited some great guitarists along to Gibson Guitar Studio London to test drive revolutionary guitar game Rocksmith. Mark K, Ben K and Charlie from breakthrough independent Essex band "The Suburbians" were among them. Check out this video to see the game's bass and multiplayer modes in action, and to find out what the band thought.
Find out more The Suburbians at http://www.thesuburbians.co.uk/, http://www.youtube.com/TheSuburbians/
Ubisoft recently invited some great guitarists to Gibson Guitar Studio London so they could test drive Rocksmith. Uupcoming singer-songwriting-rocker Tiffany Page was among them. Check out this video in which she gives the game a try and shares her opinion.
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Ubisoft recently invited some great guitarists to Gibson Guitar Studio London to show them Rocksmith.
Tea-making legend / guitarist Ross Phillips from indie rock band Hard-fi was among them. Check out this video to see what he thought.
Ubisoft recently invited some great guitarists to Gibson Guitar Studio London to see what they thought of Rocksmith. The amazing Leah Mason was among them. Check out this video to see what she thought.
Leah Mason: http://www.twitter.com/leahmasonmusic, http://www.youtube.com/leahmason0
New songs from Queen are now available on Rocksmith including "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Fat Bottomed Girls," "Keep Yourself Alive," "Stone Cold Crazy," and of course "Killer Queen."
Xbox 360: http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/Product/Queen-Song-Pack/f028852e-8851-4a16-...
An authentic guitar learning experience
Rocksmith’s magic is thanks to the exclusive Real Tone Cable provided with the game. It's as simple as plugging the quarter-inch jack into any electric guitar and the USB plug to any USB port of the Xbox 360 console, PlayStation 3 or PC/MAC. The cable and software transform the analog signal of the guitar into a digital one that can be heard through TV speakers or any other stereo amplifier.
Anyone from beginners to seasoned guitar players will find in Rocksmith what they've always been looking for: an enjoyable learning experience that automatically adjusts to their skill level so they can progress at their own speed. Moreover, the innovative game design makes reading music visually fun and intuitive: no more need for wannabe guitarists to go through music theory or tabs before having a blast playing their favourite tunes for real.
Even the most challenging of Rocksmith's 50+ outstanding tracks can be mastered with the help of the "Guitarcade" mini-games that develop techniques such as shifting between frets, learning chords and harmonics. Last but not least, the riff repeater will give them the possibility to replay a riff as many times as they need to master it perfectly.