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Fusion/Jazz-rock styles

Peter
 

I am looking for (HOME) made fusion and jazz-rock styles .
If someone has a new style for me,let me now, or send it as a
Zip.file to my E-Mail address.Thanks.


How to dub a recording voice in BB v9.0?

Peter
 

This is a question from Peter (the Netherlands)
is it possible to dub voice or sax in BB 9.0 ?
Can some help me with this ? Thanks.


Test

Steve Ginn <sginn@...>
 

This is a test message. I haven't seen anything post in this group for over
a day and was wondering why the activity stopped.


Introduction/Missing Digest 18

Joseph Wilbert <jwlbrt@...>
 

Hello,
Iam a new subscriber. I am not new to BIAB though. I started with Ver. 9 and
am now using Ver.10.
I was turned onto BIAB by the Flatpick-l group.

I started receiving my subscription with digest #17 on 2-05-01 then digest
#19 on 02-07-01.
Did I forget how to count? Has anyone else missed digest #18? Was a digest
#18 sent out? Iam just curious because I have had the same problem with
fingerstyle-l which is also a Yahoo group.

Thanks,
Joe Wilbert


Re: Digest Number 19

David Bailey <dhbailey@...>
 

I've never been able to get that to work right most of the time. Some
of the time it works, depending on the style. I have gotten sort of
good results by having the same chord on beat 1 AND on beat 2, separate
entries, with a hold on each beat.

But it isn't a true hold the way you would normally think of a held
chord.



Rick Hulett wrote:


Hi all. I've been using BIAB for several years now, mostly as a practice aide.
There's one thing that I've always had trouble with though. If the answer to
this is widely available somewhere else, please direct me. What I want to do is
to be able to hold a chord and have it decay naturally over a couple of
measures. Whenever I set a chord to "hold", it will only hold for that one beat.
What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance.

Rick Hulett


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Re: Digest Number 19

Dominick Parisi <dparisi@...>
 

I too have that problem, and I should have asked before. I hope somone will reply
with have a solution.
Dom Parisi


Rick Hulett wrote:

Hi all. I've been using BIAB for several years now, mostly as a practice aide.
There's one thing that I've always had trouble with though. If the answer to
this is widely available somewhere else, please direct me. What I want to do is
to be able to hold a chord and have it decay naturally over a couple of
measures. Whenever I set a chord to "hold", it will only hold for that one beat.
What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance.

Rick Hulett


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Re: Digest Number 19

Bob 'Notes' Norton <norton@...>
 

At 06:34 AM 2/7/01 -0800, Rick Hulett <rickh@sprintnw.com> wrote:

... What I want to do is
to be able to hold a chord and have it decay naturally over a couple of
measures. Whenever I set a chord to "hold", it will only hold for that one
beat.

Have you tried different styles?

I've noticed that some instruments in some styles will not hold and others
will. I guess it probably depends on the duration of the note that hits on the
beat where you want to put the hold instruction.


Bob "Notes" Norton
norton@nortonmusic.com
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Jazztranscriptions

Dirk
 

Hi group,

Sorry to be a little off-topic, but I just updated my
jazztranscriptions-site :

http://users.pandora.be/dirk.laukens1/index.html

Check it out,

Dirk.


Independent Band In A Box Users Webring

Alisdair MacRae Birch <alisdair@...>
 

Folks

After receiving a number of requests, I have set up a webring for
BIAB users. So if you have a website and want to join the ring go to:

http://edit.webring.yahoo.com/cgi-bin/membercgi?
ring=bandinaboxusers&addsite

A webring groups similar sites in rings and links them together with
a simple navigation bar so you can easily find what you are looking
for.

---alisdair


Re: new subscriber

Alisdair MacRae Birch <alisdair@...>
 

Steve

You can upload files into the files section of the group.

---alisdair


--- In Band-in-a-Box@y..., Steve Trabilsy <strabilsy@p...> wrote:
Hi

I'm a new subscriber but have been a BIAB user for several years.
I am a
guitarist and use BIAB and Power Tracks for practice and jamming.
I am
interested in sharing BIAB and MIDI songs. Is there a library of
these in
the group or do we just swap mano a mano?

Steve
strabilsy@p...


Re: Digest Number 19

Rick Hulett <rickh@...>
 

Hi all. I've been using BIAB for several years now, mostly as a practice aide.
There's one thing that I've always had trouble with though. If the answer to
this is widely available somewhere else, please direct me. What I want to do is
to be able to hold a chord and have it decay naturally over a couple of
measures. Whenever I set a chord to "hold", it will only hold for that one beat.
What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance.

Rick Hulett


Re: (unknown)

Bob 'Notes' Norton <norton@...>
 

At 09:18 AM 2/6/01 -0800, Janice McDonald <janice21475@yahoo.com> wrote:

Janice

I didn't see it either, perhaps it was written with invisible ink ;-)


- - - - - - - - -
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Norton Music is the #1 producer of BiaB after-market products in the world!
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new subscriber

Steve Trabilsy <strabilsy@...>
 

Hi

I'm a new subscriber but have been a BIAB user for several years. I am a
guitarist and use BIAB and Power Tracks for practice and jamming. I am
interested in sharing BIAB and MIDI songs. Is there a library of these in
the group or do we just swap mano a mano?

Steve
strabilsy@petrovend.com


TEST

Tom Speer <rrcp@...>
 

Hi All,
Just a test to make sure I'm using the proper address for the group.

Tom Speer here,using BB-10 and CW PRO-AUDIO 9.
I play guitar and use :
Roland GR-1 (guitar synth)
Kurzweil K2500RS (rack module with sampler)
Yamaha TG-500 (rack module)
Both controlled with the GR-1

Carvin guitar with active electronics
Fender standard (no longer in production)

I also have have an old Roland analog guitar synth/with guitar,(Possibly the
first one they made) I might just resurrect now that I can effectively
record audio to the HD , as It has a great bass section.

Here's hoping the list will prosper.
Bye for now
Tom

Tom Speer
rrcp@qnet.com


Re: Uploads - Lets try this a different way

DPRICE8292@...
 

--- In Band-in-a-Box@y..., DPRICE8292@A... wrote:
I was unable to upload altheway.zip this evening.
The file contains my sequence of "All The Way" in
Band In A Box MGU, midi, and wav formats.
If any of you are interested, send me an email at:
dprice8292@a...
I will send it to you as an email attachment.
Thanks,
Dave Price<
Lets try this a different way.
My email address was hidden.

dprice8292 at aol dot com


Uploads

DPRICE8292@...
 

I was unable to upload altheway.zip this evening.
The file contains my sequence of "All The Way" in
Band In A Box MGU, midi, and wav formats.
If any of you are interested, send me an email at:
dprice8292@aol.com
I will send it to you as an email attachment.
Thanks,

Dave Price<


Re: Notation Option Wish: Strict Agreement with Key Signature

janice21475@...
 

Hello Susan,

You might try what I do when I am using Cakewalk. I enter the chord
names in the lyric section. Would work in BIAB, too. I know that is
not what you want but BIAB is primarily to provide back-up support
not for score printing. :-)

Janice
Finetuned
Styles for Band in a Box and Jammer
http://www.finetuned.net
finetuned@finetuned.net

--- In Band-in-a-Box@y..., Susan Tucker <novice@n...> wrote:

. . .what's the point of
practicing in Gb Major if there is never a Cb? In the key of E, why
should a D# to E trill involve a bunch of Eb's?


Re: (unknown)

Janice McDonald <janice21475@...>
 

This message shows BLANK on my screen. Anyone else see
or 'not see' the same?

Janice
--- midi4life@yahoo.com wrote:



(No subject)

Peter
 


Notation Option Wish: Strict Agreement with Key Signature

Susan Tucker <novice@...>
 


David Bailey wrote:

Regarding #1, in pop music chords from outside the key are very often
used, so if the song were in Gb as you indicate, and the piano part is
supposed to play an Eminor chord, the B had better be notated as a B
and
not a Cb, for proper chord spelling, so I am not so sure this is a
good
idea.

Well, I understand your point, which is why I've asked for an option and
not to change the way the program works entirely. At first I thought
this behavior was a bug, then I found out that it's how the program is
intended to work.

Still, what a person wants in notation depends on what he/she wants to
do with the program, I think. For discussion purposes, I'll explain why
I would like this option.

One use of BIAB is to practice sight reading; now what's the point of
practicing in Gb Major if there is never a Cb? In the key of E, why
should a D# to E trill involve a bunch of Eb's? Also, I find trying to
sight read, say a soloist solo, in an odd key is mind boggling with the
accidentals being turned on and off many many times per measure. You
have given me the idea of removing the chords entirely except for the
tonic chord, which would give me the kind of notation I want, as long as
I want to play without accompaniment. So ... I guess there are
workarounds... involving the printer.

PGM tech support has reminded me that I can always edit each note
individually, but that's hardly productive for a once-through sight
reading exercise. And irritating in other situations such as the
following:

I seem to remember using BIAB to transcribe "The Alphabet Song", which
is strictly a diatonic tune. The chords caused some notes to display
accidentals in some keys. That just didn't make any sense to me. Why
should a note be an accidental in one key but not in another? Why
should a diatonic note in a diatonic tune be an accidental at all? Your
explanation above answers the question, but personally I don't want
that.

My two bits,

Susan



As for closing the tuner window, you can hit ALT-F4 and the tuner
window
will close, if it is the active window.
Oooh. Thanks for the tip! Where'd you find that out, by the way?