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Harmonix is, of course, the company behind the great Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises for consoles, but its latest project is an iOS app, VidRhythm, that will let you create quick and funny music videos just by recording quick clips of you and your friends recording various musical parts. I...

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December 13, 2011 at 5:00PM
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Vidrhythm, Harmonix's video-splicing music sampling app, is now free. Not only has it gone gratis, but the VidRhythm v1.1 update adds 12 new tracks (to the 21 available), and includes some holiday classics like "Jingle Bells" and "Deck the Halls." The app also has pitch correction now for ...

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You'll forgive us, but we're banking on the concept of Aunt Eileen stuffing your stocking with iTunes gift cards rather than, say, a Zune Marketplace one. Perhaps that depends on if you've been naughty or nice? We're not quite sure how this holiday stuff works, but we're trying our best here. ...

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As part of a "Like App Store on Facebook" deal (that part of the promotion hasn't gone live yet), Harmonix is offering its absurd video music composition thing VidRhythm for free. Celebrate the thrill of new iPhone announcement by getting a weird new game for your current phone! Harmonix warns...

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Many years ago, before Harmonix was the dev house that birthed Guitar Hero, Rock Band, and Dance Central, the company created EyeToy: AntiGrav -- a motion-controlled game for Sony's PlayStation 2 "EyeToy" camera peripheral. Despite strong sales, that was the last time that the Massachusetts-based...

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Did you know that you can download handheld games now? That's amazingly convenient! The only inconvenient part of it is finding the right games to buy -- and that's where we come in, with our Portabliss column. In each installment, we'll tell you about a downloadable game on the iPhone, iPad, Androi...

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When Harmonix (the makers of Rock Band and Dance Central) first announced it was creating a brand new iOS app, I was looking forward to a brand new music game of some kind. But the company surprised us all with VidRhythm, now available on the App Store for US$1.99. It's not really a game, really;...

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Harmonix's VidRhythm, available next month on the iOS App Store, involves performing clips that last only a few seconds with your camera-equipped iOS device, and then watching them be transformed into an insane mash-up music video. One wouldn't necessarily classify it as a "game," but you'll like...

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We've been gnawing on the Harmonix-trademarked title "VidRhythm" since early July, but we've had little to go on, save for the name itself and the confirmation that it's a project the Rock Band/Dance Central developer is working on. Thanks to a Gamasutra interview with Harmonix boss Alex Rigop...

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Harmonix has filed an "intent to use" trademark application for Vidrhythm with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. As Siliconera notes, the independent developer has said it's looking down many development avenues, so it's not clear what Vidrhythm may be. Go ahead and place your bets. ...

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