Longtime lurker- first time writer.
General comment: Let me first say what y'all have been doing is INCREDIBLE. I have the utmost respect and admiration for what y'all have created here and continue to create every week; your passion for games and music is obvious. I try to get the word about what you're doing here whenever possible.
This-week comment: At first I was like Mr. Big??? That band with that one song that was sort of a big pop hit? But seeing the charts and hearing the album, they are pretty much perfect for Rock Band. And the singles... I couldn't have picked them better myself. These are so right up my alley it's ridiculous. Big respect for the sheer variety of genres each week, too... Mama Harmonix would be proud.
Seemingly-mean-spirited-but-not-intended-that-way-at-all comment: As a pro drummer (in Rockband, but also irl drummer), am I the only who winces (good naturedly) a little at some of the drum charts? Don't get me wrong, some are nearly flawless, and none of them have major problems - they are on time and the major snare-bass-hi-hats are intact, and that's by far the most important thing.
Yet basically every week, even just from the previews I see obvious (to me) details that are missing or off - usually a note here or there, but rarely anything more. I tend to be a stickler for details, so I accept it probably annoys me more than most others. I only say this in the spirit of good-will and constructive criticism... with the sheer volume and consistency of content, I'm sure mistakes are inevitable; even Harmonix had some well-known bugs. All the same, is there a way for average (but dedicated) schmoes such as myself to proofread tracks before release, at least to have another set of eyes? Or something to help... because I really do dig what y'all are doing.