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Re: FDA Medical Masks Exclusive Discount For Band In A Box Group

rob
 

well done my friend !!!!     rob !

On Tuesday, April 21, 2020, 06:00:26 a.m. EDT, Bob Schilling <bob.schilling@...> wrote:


Thanks, David.  I wasn't upset, it was just an inappropriate post. Thought you'd want to know.

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Re: FDA Medical Masks Exclusive Discount For Band In A Box Group

Bob Schilling
 

Thanks, David. I wasn't upset, it was just an inappropriate post. Thought you'd want to know.

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Subject: Re: [Band-In-A-Box] FDA Medical Masks Exclusive Discount For Band In A Box Group

Before everybody gets upset, I want you all to know that I have removed
this person from the group.

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Re: Real drums tracks #BiaB2020

Jim Mings
 

Yes you can. Save drums as individual tracks. Look at save options. 


On Apr 12, 2020, at 10:53 AM, Emilio via groups.io <emiliocantini@...> wrote:

Hi everyone 
Can I split a real drum track into separate tracks, each one with a drum piece, when I export to a DAW?  I use Reaper. 
Many thanks


Re: FDA Medical Masks Exclusive Discount For Band In A Box Group

David H. Bailey
 

Before everybody gets upset, I want you all to know that I have removed this person from the group.

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Re: Midi setup on new computer

sqig10@...
 

Alan had me check the Focusrite was installed correctly. It had been working fine for weeks but it was mysteriously not connected now. So I rebooted it and it’s working now. Thank you Alan, I would have considered that given my experience of good sound to date on other software.


Re: Midi setup on new computer

sqig10@...
 

All other audio works just fine, including you tube. BB just doesn’t even acknowledge the Focusrite exists, never mind not accepting the ASIO driver as being installed properly.


Re: Midi setup on new computer

ALAN SANDEMAN
 

Are you able to play convention sounds like YouTube through the computer or is that not working either?

A

On Wednesday, April 15, 2020, 02:21:26 p.m. EDT, sqig10@... <sqig10@...> wrote:


Hi...I just got a new computer . My old computer worked with BB just fine with the same setup as I now have. I have a focusrite 2x6 USB ASIO SOUNDCARD. This works fine with my DAW /Reaper but I can’t get BB to recognize it, in the midi preferences. Even when I try to set the driver as an ASIO DRIVER BBtells me it cant set the ASIO driver up, “perhaps it is not installed properly” which is clearly not the case as it works fine on everything else.
i can’t get any sound out of BB although the mixed is showing the sounds are being sent. I’ve tried to use midmapper and Microsoft soundcard but they won’t work because my speakers are attached to the Focusrite, not the rear internal audio outputs.
Can anyone help me?
thank you in anticipation!


Midi setup on new computer

sqig10@...
 

Hi...I just got a new computer . My old computer worked with BB just fine with the same setup as I now have. I have a focusrite 2x6 USB ASIO SOUNDCARD. This works fine with my DAW /Reaper but I can’t get BB to recognize it, in the midi preferences. Even when I try to set the driver as an ASIO DRIVER BBtells me it cant set the ASIO driver up, “perhaps it is not installed properly” which is clearly not the case as it works fine on everything else.
i can’t get any sound out of BB although the mixed is showing the sounds are being sent. I’ve tried to use midmapper and Microsoft soundcard but they won’t work because my speakers are attached to the Focusrite, not the rear internal audio outputs.
Can anyone help me?
thank you in anticipation!


Re: Real drums tracks #BiaB2020

D F Tweedie
 

Hmmn ... I didn't think RealTracks had complete MIDI files? Or at least not all of them.

Besides, you are not going to get the same sounds as the live recordings if you program a MIDI file.

My biggest wish for BIAB RealTracks is that they provided multitracks of individual files for Kick, Snare, Hats, Ride, Toms (I could live with a single file with all Toms), Overheads and Room. Then you could really produce drums for your projects.

Depending on your audio editing skills and the nature of the file (e.g., 'four on the floor' kicks with snare on two of the hits wouldn't work so well), you could chop the file at the transients and move selected drum hits to an empty track in a DAW.

DF

On Sunday, April 12, 2020, 9:18:42 AM PDT, Gary Thompson <johnny@...> wrote:


Answer is yes. But not with BIAB directly. You have to suck the midi drum file into RealBand. Then ...

RealBand - Select the track
- Select Edit/Midi/Split Drum track
- take the default
- Apply
- SaveAs a new midi file.

On 4/12/2020 9:53 AM, Emilio via groups.io wrote:
Hi everyone 
Can I split a real drum track into separate tracks, each one with a drum piece, when I export to a DAW?  I use Reaper. 
Many thanks
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Re: Real drums tracks #BiaB2020

Robert Birkeland
 

Drumtracks can be exported as midi..and then be seperated as different drums....
 
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland
 

From: Emilio via groups.io
Sent: Sunday, April 12, 2020 4:53 PM
To: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io
Subject: [Band-In-A-Box] Real drums tracks #BiaB2020
 
Hi everyone
Can I split a real drum track into separate tracks, each one with a drum piece, when I export to a DAW?  I use Reaper.
Many thanks


Re: Real drums tracks #BiaB2020

Gary Thompson
 

Answer is yes. But not with BIAB directly. You have to suck the midi drum file into RealBand. Then ...

RealBand - Select the track
- Select Edit/Midi/Split Drum track
- take the default
- Apply
- SaveAs a new midi file.

On 4/12/2020 9:53 AM, Emilio via groups.io wrote:
Hi everyone 
Can I split a real drum track into separate tracks, each one with a drum piece, when I export to a DAW?  I use Reaper. 
Many thanks
-- 
Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it
is not a thing to be waited for: it is a thing to be achieved.
--William Jennings Bryant


Real drums tracks #BiaB2020

Emilio
 

Hi everyone 
Can I split a real drum track into separate tracks, each one with a drum piece, when I export to a DAW?  I use Reaper. 
Many thanks


Re: Record a tune in BIAB

burt@...
 
Edited

Don't forget about Reaper (reaper (dot) fm).  I've been using it for a number of years and it is a great DAW with very good licensing.  You can use it free, even when the trial period runs out it just nags you and takes a bit longer to startup.  That said I purchased the license for $60 which basically covers two full upgrades and all the interim bug fixes and updates.  I've purchased the license twice in the four years I've been using Reaper along side BIAB.

We do a lot of multi-track recording using Reaper and our XR18 digital mixer and it excels at that task, way too many features to list here.  If you're looking for something more powerful than Audacity but not encumbered with being locked to a specific machine it's worth a look.

There are lots of excellent videos on how to use Reaper on line, and it is a very full featured DAW.  Runs on Mac, Linux and Windoze.  Certainly worth a look.  Look at the videos from Kenny Goia on YouTube (Reaper Mania) for in depth tutorials and feature overviews).

Burt


Re: Record a tune in BIAB

Joe Broughton
 


Re: Record a tune in BIAB

thorsak
 

Hi guru42:
Apr 4  
Could you Email me the link 'promotional email from Steinberg.net' regarding the "giving away" free software for 60 days for "stay at home producers" as you have just mentioned in you message - I'm also very interested in trying to become one of the "stay at home producers" as the other guy...
Many thanks,
Tony H.


Re: Record a tune in BIAB

Lew Aldridge
 


Audacity isn't a DAW - it's an audio editor.  Different thing - good though.
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Subject: Re: [Band-In-A-Box] Record a tune in BIAB

+1 for Bandlab Cakewalk. An excellent free DAW with some excellent 'how to' videos on YouTube. I believe when Sonar owned it, it was their top of the range programme costing. around £400. Audacity is nowhere near as good.
Neil.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZqXiL2L36g&t=236s

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Re: Record a tune in BIAB

Hayward Martin
 

I use both Audacity and Cakewalk.  Audacity is much less cumbersome for simple projects.


From: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io <main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io> on behalf of afc208 <lpolizzi@...>
Sent: Sunday, April 5, 2020 10:59:44 AM
To: main@band-in-a-box.groups.io <main@band-in-a-box.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Band-In-A-Box] Record a tune in BIAB
 
Dave (and  all):

Thanks so much for your insightful emails.  It made me  do some  thinking and basically all I'm trying to do is tweak files that I have to add perhaps signature licks, instruments, clean up intros/endings etc.  I'm not looking for a state of the art recording studio (I will be laptop PC based BTW).
I guess my problem is more technical knowledge. As I said I had a Roland JV 1010 for years and just couldn't get things to work where I could use sounds in the higher banks and issues like that.  All I'm looking for is a way to go in and dress up my current files.  I am not afraid to "spend" a little to make it seamless (if there is such a thing!).
I have no issues going virtual as opposed to external modules. I would like to use a keyboard controller. I am sure as a sequencer Real Band is fine for my needs but that's where I go "OK, now what?".



Stay healthy.
Lou

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Re: Record a tune in BIAB

afc208
 

Dave (and  all):

Thanks so much for your insightful emails.  It made me  do some  thinking and basically all I'm trying to do is tweak files that I have to add perhaps signature licks, instruments, clean up intros/endings etc.  I'm not looking for a state of the art recording studio (I will be laptop PC based BTW).
I guess my problem is more technical knowledge. As I said I had a Roland JV 1010 for years and just couldn't get things to work where I could use sounds in the higher banks and issues like that.  All I'm looking for is a way to go in and dress up my current files.  I am not afraid to "spend" a little to make it seamless (if there is such a thing!).
I have no issues going virtual as opposed to external modules. I would like to use a keyboard controller. I am sure as a sequencer Real Band is fine for my needs but that's where I go "OK, now what?".



Stay healthy.
Lou

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Re: Record a tune in BIAB

r148shaw@...
 

+1 for Bandlab Cakewalk. An excellent free DAW with some excellent 'how to' videos on YouTube. I believe when Sonar owned it, it was their top of the range programme costing. around £400. Audacity is nowhere near as good.
Neil.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZqXiL2L36g&t=236s


Re: Record a tune in BIAB

plumbbobby190@...
 

Thanks, I will give audacity a try, and look for some other free sequencers if I don't like that one


On Saturday, April 4, 2020, 05:55:45 PM CDT, ALAN SANDEMAN <sandeman@...> wrote:


I suggest Cakewalk by Bandlab as I full featured sequencer and absolutely free.  Lots of help online and not much you can't do with it.

Alan

On Saturday, April 4, 2020, 06:44:23 p.m. EDT, pepys.gps@... <pepys.gps@...> wrote:


It might be worth trying a zero cost solution first.  As Lee suggests
get BIAB to produce audio tracks.  Download Audacity (freeware) and drag
the tracks into that, then you can record your playing over.

I've used it for years, the only limitation on playback being my playing!

Nothing lost by giving it a go.

Regards

Peter


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