music

Wii Ware’s first music title falls flat

Even the medicine colored title screen of Yudo’s “Aero Guitar” that was released on the Japanese Wii Shop Channel last week told me that the game might not really satiate my desire for a quick-quality music title to play while waiting for “Wii Music” and the pointlessly late Japan release of “Samba de Amigo.” Nonetheless I figured it would at least make fo...

Poll – Wii music games

I know that none of these have been released yet, but let’s hear what you have to say about this Fall’s new music games. {democracy:60} If your answer is Other, let us know what it is in comments.

Review: Groupies will love Guitar Hero Aerosmith

Everyone else? Not so much. You see, Guitar Hero: Aerosmith was not intended for rhythm game fans. Maybe not even music fans. It was made for die-hard Aerosmith fans.

KORG DS-10 released today

So, you think Wii Music isn’t a game? What about AQ Interactive’s KORG DS-10 synthesizer? It’s not even pretending to be a game — you can’t even buy it at the game store!  As baffled as I am by this cartridge’s limited release on Amazon.co.jp today (why wouldn’t everyone want a synthesizer on their DS?) I doubt it was to make a statement about the title&#...

Gerudo Valley on Ocarina and Acoustic Guitars

Gerudo Valley was always one of the most soothing tunes to listen to from Ocarina of Time. Many people have tried to cover it but these musicians (David on Ocarina and “Jorel” on Guitars) totally made the song their own with their own interpretation on the song. On a side note, which Zelda title do you believe had the best soundtrack? For me it would be a toss up between A Link to the ...

Music For Your NES!

Those familiar with the wonderful days of listening to fine chip tunes from your favorite NES games, would be happy to hear that a composer is releasing music for the NES. Although it isn’t of games you have played, but of original tracks that this he has created. Alex Mauer is a somewhat well known “chiptune” creator, who has worked on many video game sounding songs, using the a...

Learn To Play Lost Woods On Your Violin

Anyone classically trained in the violin looking to learn how to play one of the best songs from Ocarina of Time? Ben Chan, a very skilled violinist has taken the time to upload a tutorial on how to play this song and has also included his own sheet music to download. So if you’re interested watch the video, check out the sheet music, and let us know if it helped you out. [Download Sheet Mus...

Konami announces ‘Rock Revolution’

This was a bit of a surprise to everyone today. Konami has revealed their version of a peripheral driven music rhythm game set to launch this fall for all major game platforms. Rock Revolution will support lead, and bass guitars, but the overall gameplay revolves around Konami’s new custom drum peripheral. The 6 padded Drum set is said to deliver an “…experience unlike any o...

First Guitar Hero IV details emerge

The latest issue of GameInformer (June 2008) contains the first details on this fall’s, Guitar Hero IV for PS3, 360, Wii, PS2. Neversoft mentioned that they would continue the Guitar Hero franchise regardless of rival game, Rock Band, but would incorporate new features into instruments. Early details below…

Infendo interviews Tommy Tallarico

At Infendo we try to bring you the most positive and informative news we possibly can. When my review of Video Games Live was being plagued by some imposters who were pretending to be Tommy Tallarico, I took the initiative to get in contact with him and try to find out what exactly was going on. When we finally started talking we managed to have nice conversation about Video Games live and gaming ...

Super Mario World music machine

Pure sweetness… (Note: All gameplay is done by computer.) via Kotaku

Video Games Live: The Wolf in Sheep’s clothing

Video Games Live is supposedly a concert of epic proportions bringing together video game music and symphony orchestras. This concert was started by Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall, who are both composers in the world of game design. Since this show was stopping in New York City at the Beacon Theater, I just had to go out and see this, seeing as everyone is talking about it. This seemed to be the pe...