A Real-Tracks INSTRUMENTS database


Robert Birkeland
 

WOULD ANYONE BE INTERESTED IN A INSTRUMENTS DATABASE,,,,,?

In this way you can find out which instruments the different styles uses,

and what styles each instruments can fit into...

this is a short example of what you can see...here in xls-format

if this is converted to ACCESS then it would be more useful.

PG music have no database of what instruments they use for the styles-demos,

but in this way you will have full access

---
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland , Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk
 


Paul Chamberlain
 

Sounds interesting to me

 

From: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io <main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io> On Behalf Of Robert Birkeland
Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2021 7:48 AM
To: main@band-in-a-box.groups.io
Subject: [Band-In-A-Box] a real-Tracks INSTRUMENTS database

 

WOULD ANYONE BE INTERESTED IN A INSTRUMENTS DATABASE,,,,,?

In this way you can find out which instruments the different styles uses,

and what styles each instruments can fit into...

this is a short example of what you can see...here in xls-format

if this is converted to ACCESS then it would be more useful.

PG music have no database of what instruments they use for the styles-demos,

but in this way you will have full access

---

mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland , Bergen, NORWAY

 


David H. Bailey
 

Sounds interesting -- but attachments are stripped for this group, so whatever "this" is did not make it to the group.

Instead, upload it to the files section of the band-in-a-box page at groups.io and then provide a link to it in a message to the group.

David

On 2/11/2021 7:47 AM, Robert Birkeland wrote:
WOULD ANYONE BE INTERESTED IN A INSTRUMENTS DATABASE,,,,,?
In this way you can find out which instruments the different styles uses,
and what styles each instruments can fit into...
this is a short example of what you can see...here in xls-format
if this is converted to ACCESS then it would be more useful.
PG music have no database of what instruments they use for the styles-demos,
but in this way you will have full access
---
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland , Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk
--
*****
David H. Bailey
dhbailey52@comcast.net
http://www.davidbaileymusicstudio.com


Robert Birkeland
 

HI BETTER STILL
you can look at the files in my www
LINK:
 
 
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland, Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk


On 11/02/2021 15:23, David H. Bailey wrote:

Sounds interesting -- but attachments are stripped for this group, so whatever "this" is did not make it to the group.

Instead, upload it to the files section of the band-in-a-box page at groups.io and then provide a link to it in a message to the group.

David


On 2/11/2021 7:47 AM, Robert Birkeland wrote:
WOULD ANYONE BE INTERESTED IN A INSTRUMENTS DATABASE,,,,,?

In this way you can find out which instruments the different styles uses,

and what styles each instruments can fit into...

this is a short example of what you can see...here in xls-format

if this is converted to ACCESS then it would be more useful.

PG music have no database of what instruments they use for the styles-demos,

but in this way you will have full access

---
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland , Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk



-- 
*****
David H. Bailey
dhbailey52@...
http://www.davidbaileymusicstudio.com






David Brusegard
 

I got the excel files from his link.  They look very helpful
David

On Thu, Feb 11, 2021 at 7:09 AM Robert Birkeland <robert@...> wrote:
HI BETTER STILL
you can look at the files in my www
LINK:
 
 
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland, Bergen, NORWAY


On 11/02/2021 15:23, David H. Bailey wrote:

Sounds interesting -- but attachments are stripped for this group, so whatever "this" is did not make it to the group.

Instead, upload it to the files section of the band-in-a-box page at groups.io and then provide a link to it in a message to the group.

David


On 2/11/2021 7:47 AM, Robert Birkeland wrote:
WOULD ANYONE BE INTERESTED IN A INSTRUMENTS DATABASE,,,,,?

In this way you can find out which instruments the different styles uses,

and what styles each instruments can fit into...

this is a short example of what you can see...here in xls-format

if this is converted to ACCESS then it would be more useful.

PG music have no database of what instruments they use for the styles-demos,

but in this way you will have full access

---
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland , Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk



-- 
*****
David H. Bailey
dhbailey52@...
http://www.davidbaileymusicstudio.com






Gudrun Brunot
 

Robert, this is brilliant, so useful. Just one note as a fellow Scandinavian: we say “solist,” but folks over here say “soloist.”

 

Cheers, hej, whatever…

 

Gudrun

 

 

From: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io <main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io> On Behalf Of Robert Birkeland
Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2021 7:05 AM
To: main@band-in-a-box.groups.io
Cc: David H. Bailey <dhbailey52@...>
Subject: [Band-In-A-Box] LINK TO: a real-Tracks INSTRUMENTS database

 

HI BETTER STILL

you can look at the files in my www

LINK:

 

 

mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland, Bergen, NORWAY

 

On 11/02/2021 15:23, David H. Bailey wrote:

Sounds interesting -- but attachments are stripped for this group, so whatever "this" is did not make it to the group.

Instead, upload it to the files section of the band-in-a-box page at groups.io and then provide a link to it in a message to the group.

David


On 2/11/2021 7:47 AM, Robert Birkeland wrote:

WOULD ANYONE BE INTERESTED IN A INSTRUMENTS DATABASE,,,,,?

In this way you can find out which instruments the different styles uses,

and what styles each instruments can fit into...

this is a short example of what you can see...here in xls-format

if this is converted to ACCESS then it would be more useful.

PG music have no database of what instruments they use for the styles-demos,

but in this way you will have full access

---
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland , Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk



-- 
*****
David H. Bailey
dhbailey52@...
http://www.davidbaileymusicstudio.com





Roy Robinson
 

agree   sounds interesting to me as well.  It will be helpful to see the example.

question:  have you created the example have you determined how to obtain the data?
In Style-Picker we can see that styles have between 1 and 7 instruments.

in reference to format
Excel is readily available and easy enough to manage data
Access is a pretty large hurdle


D F Tweedie
 

I'd agree on Excel vs. Access. Almost anyone who has Access has Excel and knows how to import an Excel spreadsheet into Access.

On the other hand there are some powerful queries in Access that if someone wanted to take the time to make a nice front end would be very convenient.

On Thursday, February 11, 2021, 11:22:36 AM PST, Roy Robinson via groups.io <robinson_yh2@...> wrote:


agree   sounds interesting to me as well.  It will be helpful to see the example.

question:  have you created the example have you determined how to obtain the data?
In Style-Picker we can see that styles have between 1 and 7 instruments.

in reference to format
Excel is readily available and easy enough to manage data
Access is a pretty large hurdle


Chris Welch <chris.welch@...>
 

A bit messy, you can create Access "applications".  They are packaged for installation in Microsoft Visual Studio. 

This uses just run time components (the Jet database engine) so they can be distributed freely and the folks using them don't have to have Access.

I've setup many installation packages in Visual Studio for Visual Basic, C and C#, there are similar runtime library issues, it is a bit tedious.  I haven't done an Access application, but the process is pretty much the same.

It can be done.

I haven't had a look at the latest VS for it, but it may have a packaging template to help package Access applications.

Bye for now,

On 2021-02-11 3:38 p.m., D F Tweedie via groups.io wrote:
I'd agree on Excel vs. Access. Almost anyone who has Access has Excel and knows how to import an Excel spreadsheet into Access.

On the other hand there are some powerful queries in Access that if someone wanted to take the time to make a nice front end would be very convenient.

On Thursday, February 11, 2021, 11:22:36 AM PST, Roy Robinson via groups.io <robinson_yh2@...> wrote:


agree   sounds interesting to me as well.  It will be helpful to see the example.

question:  have you created the example have you determined how to obtain the data?
In Style-Picker we can see that styles have between 1 and 7 instruments.

in reference to format
Excel is readily available and easy enough to manage data
Access is a pretty large hurdle


Robert Birkeland
 

i WILL SOON HAVE SUGGESTIONS OF HOW WE CAN BUILD THIS DATABASE TOGETHER

Things would be very easy if PGMusic had a text-file of all the MEMOS..

the MEMOS that comes with every STYle....but they tell me they don't.

So to make this database I got to have all the MEMOS,(the styles with REAL instr. + STYles with REAL +MIDI) and edit them , so they can be inported into the database

f.ex...here are the MEMOS of _BEBOPBM.STY + _BECKLEY.STY :

_BEBOPBM.STY. Bebop Trio w/ Country Guitar
All RealTracks. Quartet. *** with Soloist ***Tempo=165 (150-200)
Instruments: Ac.Bass, Ac.Piano, El.Guitar(solo), Drums
RD: Jazz: a: HiHat b: Ride & Snare :Craig Scott
RT752: Bass, Acoustic, Jazz BeBop Sw 190 , Neil Swainson
RT755: Piano, Acoustic, Rhythm Jazz BeBop Sw 190 , Miles Black
RT1713: Guitar, Electric, Soloist WesternSwingBrent Sw 165 (jazz laid-back timing) , Brent Mason
Memo: This Americana mountain folk RealStyle features a 5-string fiddle playing melodic and held notes. Joining in are two fingerpicking acoustic guitars, acoustic bass, and Americana drums. -Examples: Michigan, Hello In There, Genre "Intensity" Score=50/100
_BECKLEY.STY. Beckley 5-String Fiddle Mtn Folk
All RealTracks. Quintet. Tempo=70 (62-80)
Instruments: Ac.Bass, Fiddle, Ac.Guitar, Ac.Guitar, Drums
RD: AmericanaRoots16th^01-a:Toms, b:Snare :Bryan Owings
RT2877: Bass, Acoustic, AmericanaSlow16thsByron Ev16 060 , Byron House
RT3157: Fiddle, 5-string, Rhythm AmericanaMountain16thsAndy ev16 070 , Andy Leftwich
RT1676: Guitar, Acoustic, Fingerpicking CountryBrent Ev 065 , Brent Mason
RT364: Guitar, Acoustic, Fingerpicking Ev 065 , Jason Roller
Memo: This slow and dramatic Celtic waltz features a string pad, acoustic bass, acoustic guitar, acoustic piano, and pop waltz drums with brushes. -Examples: Amhran Na Leabhar, Give Me Your Hand, Genre "Intensity" Score=35/100

All this had to edited into this:

_BEBOPBM
752
755
1713
_BECKLEY
2877
3157
1676
364

...now this can be imported into excel.

Converting the database to ACCESS, would make it possible to sort out what STYles the different INTRUMENTS are used in.

---
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland....user of CUBASE & B-i-a-BOX since 1995

MOBIL: +47-98880117
robert@...
Stadionveien 28, N-5162 Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk


On 11/02/2021 17:33, David Brusegard wrote:

I got the excel files from his link.  They look very helpful
David

On Thu, Feb 11, 2021 at 7:09 AM Robert Birkeland <robert@...> wrote:
HI BETTER STILL
you can look at the files in my www
LINK:
 
 
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland, Bergen, NORWAY


On 11/02/2021 15:23, David H. Bailey wrote:

Sounds interesting -- but attachments are stripped for this group, so whatever "this" is did not make it to the group.

Instead, upload it to the files section of the band-in-a-box page at groups.io and then provide a link to it in a message to the group.

David


On 2/11/2021 7:47 AM, Robert Birkeland wrote:
WOULD ANYONE BE INTERESTED IN A INSTRUMENTS DATABASE,,,,,?

In this way you can find out which instruments the different styles uses,

and what styles each instruments can fit into...

this is a short example of what you can see...here in xls-format

if this is converted to ACCESS then it would be more useful.

PG music have no database of what instruments they use for the styles-demos,

but in this way you will have full access

---
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland , Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk



-- 
*****
David H. Bailey
dhbailey52@...
http://www.davidbaileymusicstudio.com








Gudrun Brunot
 

Robert, this is absolutely what I’d love to have access to. I’m visually impaired and use a screenreading program to read, navigate, and execute commands in software, and a lot of the BIAB interface is less than ideally accessible. What you have as an example is a joy to behold.

 

mvh

 

Gudrun

 

 

From: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io <main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io> On Behalf Of Robert Birkeland
Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2021 8:54 AM
To: main@band-in-a-box.groups.io
Cc: David H. Bailey <dhbailey52@...>
Subject: Re: [Band-In-A-Box] A Real-Tracks INSTRUMENTS database
Importance: High

 

i WILL SOON HAVE SUGGESTIONS OF HOW WE CAN BUILD THIS DATABASE TOGETHER

Things would be very easy if PGMusic had a text-file of all the MEMOS..

the MEMOS that comes with every STYle....but they tell me they don't.

So to make this database I got to have all the MEMOS,(the styles with REAL instr. + STYles with REAL +MIDI) and edit them , so they can be inported into the database

f.ex...here are the MEMOS of _BEBOPBM.STY + _BECKLEY.STY :

_BEBOPBM.STY. Bebop Trio w/ Country Guitar
All RealTracks. Quartet. *** with Soloist ***Tempo=165 (150-200)
Instruments: Ac.Bass, Ac.Piano, El.Guitar(solo), Drums
RD: Jazz: a: HiHat b: Ride & Snare :Craig Scott
RT752: Bass, Acoustic, Jazz BeBop Sw 190 , Neil Swainson
RT755: Piano, Acoustic, Rhythm Jazz BeBop Sw 190 , Miles Black
RT1713: Guitar, Electric, Soloist WesternSwingBrent Sw 165 (jazz laid-back timing) , Brent Mason
Memo: This Americana mountain folk RealStyle features a 5-string fiddle playing melodic and held notes. Joining in are two fingerpicking acoustic guitars, acoustic bass, and Americana drums. -Examples: Michigan, Hello In There, Genre "Intensity" Score=50/100
_BECKLEY.STY. Beckley 5-String Fiddle Mtn Folk
All RealTracks. Quintet. Tempo=70 (62-80)
Instruments: Ac.Bass, Fiddle, Ac.Guitar, Ac.Guitar, Drums
RD: AmericanaRoots16th^01-a:Toms, b:Snare :Bryan Owings
RT2877: Bass, Acoustic, AmericanaSlow16thsByron Ev16 060 , Byron House
RT3157: Fiddle, 5-string, Rhythm AmericanaMountain16thsAndy ev16 070 , Andy Leftwich
RT1676: Guitar, Acoustic, Fingerpicking CountryBrent Ev 065 , Brent Mason
RT364: Guitar, Acoustic, Fingerpicking Ev 065 , Jason Roller
Memo: This slow and dramatic Celtic waltz features a string pad, acoustic bass, acoustic guitar, acoustic piano, and pop waltz drums with brushes. -Examples: Amhran Na Leabhar, Give Me Your Hand, Genre "Intensity" Score=35/100

All this had to edited into this:

_BEBOPBM
752
755
1713
_BECKLEY
2877
3157
1676
364

...now this can be imported into excel.

Converting the database to ACCESS, would make it possible to sort out what STYles the different INTRUMENTS are used in.

---

mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland....user of CUBASE & B-i-a-BOX since 1995


MOBIL: +47-98880117
robert@...

Stadionveien 28, N-5162 Bergen, NORWAY

 

On 11/02/2021 17:33, David Brusegard wrote:

I got the excel files from his link.  They look very helpful

David

 

On Thu, Feb 11, 2021 at 7:09 AM Robert Birkeland <robert@...> wrote:

HI BETTER STILL

you can look at the files in my www

LINK:

 

 

mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland, Bergen, NORWAY

 

On 11/02/2021 15:23, David H. Bailey wrote:

Sounds interesting -- but attachments are stripped for this group, so whatever "this" is did not make it to the group.

Instead, upload it to the files section of the band-in-a-box page at groups.io and then provide a link to it in a message to the group.

David


On 2/11/2021 7:47 AM, Robert Birkeland wrote:

WOULD ANYONE BE INTERESTED IN A INSTRUMENTS DATABASE,,,,,?

In this way you can find out which instruments the different styles uses,

and what styles each instruments can fit into...

this is a short example of what you can see...here in xls-format

if this is converted to ACCESS then it would be more useful.

PG music have no database of what instruments they use for the styles-demos,

but in this way you will have full access

---
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland , Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk



-- 
*****
David H. Bailey
dhbailey52@...
http://www.davidbaileymusicstudio.com




 

 


Chris Welch <chris.welch@...>
 

Does something like this help (not all the .sty have a description but..., displays style file name followed by the memo if it is available):

/c/bb 508% for style in `find . -name \*.sty` ; do echo -n "$style:";strings $style | head -1; done

./Styles/!byrdtri.sty:0!ByrdTri - trio - Bossa w/ Nyl.Guitar!, b,drs-br
./Styles/-JiterBg.sty:AStRayShuf blues less busy (ac.p,el.b,el.g,Drs, Organ) - RealDrums
./Styles/34bgslow.sty:@34BG Slow - Bluegrass Waltz - ac.g, banjo, mandolin, ac.b, drums
./Styles/68newage.sty:=6/8 NewAge - Folk Country - ac.g, nyl.g, el.b, drums, Kalimba
./Styles/90Bal+.sty:dddddddd
./Styles/90Bal2.sty:C_Island Country Rock Style
./Styles/Aaron+.sty:dddddddd
./Styles/Aaron2.sty:C_Patty Country Rock Style
./Styles/acapel34.sty:1Acapel34 3/4 tempos  Choir. Use w/har #s 136 -139
./Styles/acapela.sty:4A Cappella 4 part Choir. @b bass roots. Har 136 -139
./Styles/acballad.sty:0Acoustic Ballad  (mando, guitar, fiddle, b &drs)
./Styles/af68mod.sty:dddddddd
./Styles/afrcub68.sty:8Afro Cuban 6/8 - 2bar rhythm pattern - p,b,d,nyl.g, str.
./Styles/afro2sw1.sty:%afro12/8@'a' - 4/4 swing@'b' -- p/b/d
./Styles/afrosal.sty:dddddddd
./Styles/ag_alex.sty:
./Styles/ag_bish.sty:AG_BISH STY Total Gospel Style
./Styles/ag_cross.sty:p
./Styles/ag_oland.sty:AG_OLAND STY Total Gospel Style
./Styles/ag_thom.sty:AG_THOM STY Total Gospel Style
./Styles/ahmad1.sty:
./Styles/alanis1.sty:4Arena Rock - Hi Pno 8ths/B/PwrDr/Stg/EP +DistGtr@'b'
./Styles/alberti.sty:5Alberti Clasical piano accompaniment style. Even 8ths
./Styles/alfavil2.sty:GAlfaVil2 - 80s synth style - Poly synth, el. p, mt. g, drums, slap bass
./Styles/altfolk.sty:?Alt Folk - Sw.16ths -Drums, E Bass, A Gtr, banjo, & piano at B.
./Styles/altrock1.sty:,AltRock1 - Ac.Gtr@'a'/b/d/synth + E.gtr @'b'
./Styles/altrock3.sty:+AltRock3 - Bass+drums@'a' - add el.gtrs@'b'
./Styles/answers.sty:2new age style (lostg/d/warmpad/ac.gtr+bellpad@'b')
......

?

On 2021-02-16 11:54 a.m., Robert Birkeland wrote:

i WILL SOON HAVE SUGGESTIONS OF HOW WE CAN BUILD THIS DATABASE TOGETHER

Things would be very easy if PGMusic had a text-file of all the MEMOS..

the MEMOS that comes with every STYle....but they tell me they don't.

So to make this database I got to have all the MEMOS,(the styles with REAL instr. + STYles with REAL +MIDI) and edit them , so they can be inported into the database

f.ex...here are the MEMOS of _BEBOPBM.STY + _BECKLEY.STY :

_BEBOPBM.STY. Bebop Trio w/ Country Guitar
All RealTracks. Quartet. *** with Soloist ***Tempo=165 (150-200)
Instruments: Ac.Bass, Ac.Piano, El.Guitar(solo), Drums
RD: Jazz: a: HiHat b: Ride & Snare :Craig Scott
RT752: Bass, Acoustic, Jazz BeBop Sw 190 , Neil Swainson
RT755: Piano, Acoustic, Rhythm Jazz BeBop Sw 190 , Miles Black
RT1713: Guitar, Electric, Soloist WesternSwingBrent Sw 165 (jazz laid-back timing) , Brent Mason
Memo: This Americana mountain folk RealStyle features a 5-string fiddle playing melodic and held notes. Joining in are two fingerpicking acoustic guitars, acoustic bass, and Americana drums. -Examples: Michigan, Hello In There, Genre "Intensity" Score=50/100
_BECKLEY.STY. Beckley 5-String Fiddle Mtn Folk
All RealTracks. Quintet. Tempo=70 (62-80)
Instruments: Ac.Bass, Fiddle, Ac.Guitar, Ac.Guitar, Drums
RD: AmericanaRoots16th^01-a:Toms, b:Snare :Bryan Owings
RT2877: Bass, Acoustic, AmericanaSlow16thsByron Ev16 060 , Byron House
RT3157: Fiddle, 5-string, Rhythm AmericanaMountain16thsAndy ev16 070 , Andy Leftwich
RT1676: Guitar, Acoustic, Fingerpicking CountryBrent Ev 065 , Brent Mason
RT364: Guitar, Acoustic, Fingerpicking Ev 065 , Jason Roller
Memo: This slow and dramatic Celtic waltz features a string pad, acoustic bass, acoustic guitar, acoustic piano, and pop waltz drums with brushes. -Examples: Amhran Na Leabhar, Give Me Your Hand, Genre "Intensity" Score=35/100

All this had to edited into this:

_BEBOPBM
752
755
1713
_BECKLEY
2877
3157
1676
364

...now this can be imported into excel.

Converting the database to ACCESS, would make it possible to sort out what STYles the different INTRUMENTS are used in.

---
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland....user of CUBASE & B-i-a-BOX since 1995

MOBIL: +47-98880117
robert@...
Stadionveien 28, N-5162 Bergen, NORWAY


On 11/02/2021 17:33, David Brusegard wrote:

I got the excel files from his link.  They look very helpful
David

On Thu, Feb 11, 2021 at 7:09 AM Robert Birkeland <robert@...> wrote:
HI BETTER STILL
you can look at the files in my www
LINK:
 
 
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland, Bergen, NORWAY


On 11/02/2021 15:23, David H. Bailey wrote:

Sounds interesting -- but attachments are stripped for this group, so whatever "this" is did not make it to the group.

Instead, upload it to the files section of the band-in-a-box page at groups.io and then provide a link to it in a message to the group.

David


On 2/11/2021 7:47 AM, Robert Birkeland wrote:
WOULD ANYONE BE INTERESTED IN A INSTRUMENTS DATABASE,,,,,?

In this way you can find out which instruments the different styles uses,

and what styles each instruments can fit into...

this is a short example of what you can see...here in xls-format

if this is converted to ACCESS then it would be more useful.

PG music have no database of what instruments they use for the styles-demos,

but in this way you will have full access

---
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland , Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk



-- 
*****
David H. Bailey
dhbailey52@...
http://www.davidbaileymusicstudio.com








Roy Robinson
 

Hi 
I'm checking in with this  Real-Tracks database  activity.
are there next steps?


Gudrun Brunot
 

Roy, I’ll need to be a few minutes late—five or ten minutes at most.

 

 

 

Gudrun

 

 

From: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io <main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io> On Behalf Of Roy Robinson via groups.io
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2021 2:48 PM
To: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Band-In-A-Box] A Real-Tracks INSTRUMENTS database

 

Hi 
I'm checking in with this  Real-Tracks database  activity.
are there next steps?


Robert Birkeland
 

IT'S my fault......I got an answer for PG Music_  this is the answer...so I will pass my questions  on to the right department

"Hello, Apologies for the delay. For these sorts of queries, marketing@... would be the best bet as they handle proposals and such like this. We hope this helps! Ember"

///////////////////////////////////////

mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland

On 23/04/2021 23:48, Roy Robinson via groups.io wrote:

Hi 
I'm checking in with this  Real-Tracks database  activity.
are there next steps?


Robert Birkeland
 

i have sent a mail to the marketing dep. at PGMusic,

up to now... I have made an instrument-database for approx.500styles,

but it's a lot of work,,,therefore I hoped PGMusica would sponsor me,

such a database would be very convenient for all users, for then you would know which styles that would fit to an arrangement!

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mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland
MOBIL: +47-98880117
robert@...
Stadionveien 28, N-5162 Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk


On 23/04/2021 23:48, Roy Robinson via groups.io wrote:

Hi 
I'm checking in with this  Real-Tracks database  activity.
are there next steps?


Robert Birkeland
 

i have sent a mail to the marketing dep. at PGMusic,

up to now... I have made an instrument-database for approx.500styles,

but it's a lot of work,,,therefore I hoped PGMusica would sponsor me,

such a database would be very convenient for all users, for then you would know which styles that would fit to an arrangement!

---
---
mvh/regards
Robert Birkeland
MOBIL: +47-98880117
robert@...
Stadionveien 28, N-5162 Bergen, NORWAY
www.filtermusik.dk


On 23/04/2021 23:52, Gudrun Brunot wrote:

Roy, I'll need to be a few minutes late—five or ten minutes at most.

 

 

 

Gudrun

 

 

From: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io <main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io> On Behalf Of Roy Robinson via groups.io
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2021 2:48 PM
To: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Band-In-A-Box] A Real-Tracks INSTRUMENTS database

 

Hi 
I'm checking in with this  Real-Tracks database  activity.
are there next steps?

 


ron1955@...
 

I have just completed an Excel spreadsheet for all (I think) 5,200 Real Styles. This shows all associated real tracks, but not drums or loops. Is this something you would be interested in?


dmtripp
 

I would be interested in that Excel sheet.
Cheers
David
David Tripp F.A.I.A. F.F.A. A.C.P.A.




------ Original Message ------
From: "ron1955 via groups.io" <ron1955@...>
To: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io
Sent: Thursday, 13 May, 2021 At 11:04
Subject: Re: [Band-In-A-Box] A Real-Tracks INSTRUMENTS database

I have just completed an Excel spreadsheet for all (I think) 5,200 Real Styles. This shows all associated real tracks, but not drums or loops. Is this something you would be interested in?


Hayward Martin
 

Me too! 

Hayward


From: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io <main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io> on behalf of dmtripp via groups.io <dmtripp@...>
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2021 6:37:12 AM
To: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io <main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Band-In-A-Box] A Real-Tracks INSTRUMENTS database
 
I would be interested in that Excel sheet.
Cheers
David
David Tripp F.A.I.A. F.F.A. A.C.P.A.




------ Original Message ------
From: "ron1955 via groups.io" <ron1955@...>
To: main@Band-In-A-Box.groups.io
Sent: Thursday, 13 May, 2021 At 11:04
Subject: Re: [Band-In-A-Box] A Real-Tracks INSTRUMENTS database

I have just completed an Excel spreadsheet for all (I think) 5,200 Real Styles. This shows all associated real tracks, but not drums or loops. Is this something you would be interested in?