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Players can assign individual rockers to any instrument, and match the song genre with a perfect lyrical theme. Recording is where all the magic takes place, and then it’s up to a professional mixer to prepare the song for a commercial release. If everyone has been assigned to their roles wisely, the recording goes without a hitch, and the stars align for a bit of good fortune, players will see their band rocketing up the charts in no time.

Fleshing out the content is a full training system, character and band challenges, hiring new members and even pimping out your studio with new goodies to help the creative juices flow!
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