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  • PG Music : Band in a box 2007

    The New Features in Band-in-a-Box 2007 for Windows are...
    • RealDrums. We've added real audio drums to Band-in-a-Box! This replaces the MIDI Drum track with real recordings of top studio Jazz/Rock/Country drummers. These are not "samples," but are full recordings, lasting from 1 to 8 bars, playing along in perfect sync with the other Band-in-a-Box tracks. For example, choose a brushes style, and you will now hear lush Jazz brushes. The results are dramatically better than MIDI. They sound like a real drummer, because they are recordings of a real drummer. Adding a real instrument to the mix makes all of the Band-in-a-Box parts sound more authentic. You'll wonder, "why does the guitar sound more real?" It's because the realism of the drum part has the effect of improving the overall sound. As well as improved drum sounds, you are hearing the exact rhythms played by the drummer, including features not seen in MIDI (subtle drum rolls, variations in ride cymbal taps, complex fills etc.). And the tracks intelligently play differently at faster/slower tempos, so you hear appropriate playing for the current tempo (not seen in MIDI drums). Change tempos or volumes during playback, using the same tempo/volume controls as MIDI. And best of all, we've seamlessly integrated the RealDrums into Band-in-a-Box, so you just use the program as you normally do, and you will hear RealDrums instead of MIDI drums, according to your preferences. You can fully control which styles you will hear MIDI vs. RealDrums. New RealDrums styles can be made by the user or third parties, using standard WAV files. User created styles can control fills/post-fills/pattern lengths/substyles etc. We include a huge library of RealDrums styles to get you started, and all of the RealDrums styles are available in the MegaPAK Upgrade or MegaPAK First-Time purchase package.
    • Chords from MP3 ("Audio Chord Wizard"). This is one of the all-time most requested features for Band-in-a-Box, and now this amazing wizard automatically figures out the chords from any MP3, WAV, or WMA (Windows Media) audio file and displays them in Band-in-a-Box. Just load in any MP3, WAV or WMA file and you'll instantly see the chords in Band-in-a-Box.

      And there's more! In addition to the chords of the song, the PG Audio Wizard also figures out
      • the tempo of the file,
      • bar lines throughout the song,
      • fine tuning detection (e.g. 5 cents sharp from A440),
      • key of the song,
      • and it can even stretch the file to different tempos while preserving pitch.
      An included Audio Piano Roll displays many of the notes found in the file. This serves as a helpful guide to transcription. Once you have the chords-from-MP3 inside Band-in-a-Box, you can auto-sync the file with Band-in-a-Box, so you can hear the original MP3 playing in sync with the bar lines in Band-in-a-Box. You can then add your own Band-in-a-Box parts to it, for example, add a Strings part, or a RealDrums part to an old audio recording that didn't have drums! Or have the Band-in-a-Box Soloist generate a Bluegrass Banjo solo for one of your Country MP3 files!
    • Soundtrack Generator. Need to generate some original, royalty-free music for backgrounds, home videos, slide shows, voiceovers, jingles, themes, underscoring scenes or entr'acte, dance routines, ceremonies or any occasion that calls for musical accompaniment? The Soundtrack feature allows you to generate music in the style you choose for any length of time you specify. As the "producer," you select the genre, length of time, instruments, and fade-in/fade-out options. The Soundtrack adjusts the tempo and duration to match the settings, and then allows you to save the file as a WAV, WMA (Windows Media), or MP3 file for further use in your own projects. Generate original music (over 20 genres) or select from over 50 supplied Soundtrack types (Bluesy/Excite/Healing/Jazzy/Tropics etc.). In seconds, you can generate an audio music clip of any duration, in the genre of your choice!
    • Generate Chords for a Melody, or an improved chord progression for a Melody - with the new "Reharmonist" feature. This feature generates a chord progression in the genre that you choose, based only on the melody. Generate an entirely new chord progression for a complete song, or a portion of a song. Or use the feature interactively by displaying a menu of possible chord progressions for a portion of the melody, and audition them to choose the best one using the "Bar Reharmonist." This allows you to hear some new chord progressions for existing melodies, or brand new progressions for tunes without chords.
    • Solos are enhanced - with the new "Melody Influenced" Soloist. When musicians solo for a song, the solo is typically influenced by the melody as well as the chords. Now Band-in-a-Box can also allow the melody to influence the type of solo generated by its Soloist feature. The result is a much better solo generated for the song. A strength (%) setting allows you to control how much the solo will be influenced by the melody. Choose the melody influence (%), and one of several presets to control the type of influence (pitches/rhythms/note density, etc.).
    • TranzPort® support - Wireless Remote Control support for Band-in-a-Box! The Frontier Design TranzPort® is a wireless remote control hardware unit (Electronic Musician Editors' Choice 2006) that now allows you to control Band-in-a-Box 2007 through walls from 30 feet away! The backlit LCD provides a two-line readout, while buttons and a wheel allow control of many Band-in-a-Box features. Select songs and play/stop/pause/loop. Select/mute/solo tracks and volume/tempo changes are all supported. And best of all, when the song is playing, the chords of the song are displayed in time on the backlit LCD screen. You can, for example, put the TranzPort® unit on your piano at home (or your music stand on a gig) and load/play/control and view chords for songs, all while far away from your computer - all wirelessly up to 30 feet - even through walls! Selectable transpose lets the TranzPort® show chords in a non-concert key (e.g. Eb Alto) while the computer shows concert - great for jam sessions! Or display the scrolling lyrics of the song on the TranzPort® for a wireless Karaoke session! The TranzPort® also works "right-out-of-the-box" with other popular music software, including Pro Tools®, Sonar�, Logic®, Cubase®, Digital Performer® and others. Note: the TranzPort is sold separately and is available from PG Music for only $199. Band-in-a-Box/TranzPort® bundles are also available. Click here for details.
    • Audio Settings dialog - makes it easy to mute, solo, or change the volume of the audio track, similar to the control of the other instrument parts in Band-in-Box. Simply click on the "audio" label on-screen, and choose these options.
    • Other Audio enhancements. There is now punch-in audio recording, allowing you to punch-in record or overdub a section of audio. You can also now hear the existing audio part when you are overdubbing. A new Audio-Offset feature allows you to synchronize any point of the audio file with bar 1 of the Band-in-a-Box song - this is useful after importing an audio file into Band-in-a-Box that you want to sync with a song - just right-click on the audio window to set bar 1. The Audio settings dialog is now also accessible from the MIDI Drivers dialog or Audio menu.
    • Batch-convert a folder of songs to Audio files (MP3, WAV, or WMA). Do you need to convert an entire folder of Band-in-a-Box songs to Audio files? This can now be done easily by a single command. There is an option to name the resultant audio files based either on the original file name or the song title name.
    • Chord "Breaks." This feature is great for practicing tempo control. Select the # of bars, and Band-in-a-Box will play for, say 4 bars (selectable), and then will rest all instruments for the next 4 bars. During the silence, you keep playing (comping, drums, melody, etc.), trying to stay in tempo. Drummers can mute the drum part and play along. When the band comes back in after the 4 bars, you'll get instant feedback on how well you have maintained the tempo, if the band comes in time with you or not. Once set, this feature works automatically with all songs until you turn it off.
    • The Keyboard "QWERTY" Wizard now works with MIDI keyboard input. The Keyboard Wizard always plays correct notes (chord tones or passing tones on the current chord), and is a fun way to play along with Band-in-a-Box (as well as a useful way to enter melodies, by playing notes in correct rhythm and fixing the pitches afterwards). Now you can also use a MIDI keyboard to play the Keyboard Wizard. The MIDI keyboard also sends volume information (unlike the QWERTY keyboard), so is a better choice if you have a MIDI keyboard connected.
    • Automatic Memo-Generation. The Song memo has been enhanced, with a "summary" checkbox. If selected, you'll see an additional window that automatically displays a full summary of the song (title/tempo/patches used in the song), as well as other special features, such as substyle patch changes or harmonies. This saves much of the work previously required to manually type in this information to the memo.
    • A new "Practicing Window" allows convenient "1-click" access to many Band-in-a-Box features that help you with practicing. These include the Ear Training dialog, games (Pitch Invasion etc.), Metronome, CopyMe, Sight Reading, 101 Riffs series, and more.
    • The Soloist has been enhanced. You can now select "Genres" of soloists (e.g. Modern Jazz) and see only soloists matching the genre. You can also filter to show/not show soloists from Soloist Sets that you don't have. Expanding on the "trade 4's" feature, you can now "Trade 2's" or "Trade 8's." Soloist suggestions have been enhanced.
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    • Lead Sheet "Lyric Text Block." A large text block can now be appended to the Lead Sheet window and Printout. This is ideal for song lyrics that you want entered as a text entry appended to the end, multiple verses of lyrics, or any other text information. Select font type and size, copy/paste text from other programs.
    • Fakesheets can now optionally include the 2-bar song ending.
    • Auto Piano Hand-Splitting. The Piano part now displays on both clefs, using intelligent hand-splitting routines that dynamically change the split point. This happens automatically. You can also manually split a piano part on a Melody or Soloist track using the intelligent hand-splitting routines. The left/right hands display in red/blue on the big piano, and on bass/treble clefs on the notation. Import a piano MIDI file to the Melody track to get a split-hands display and printout!
    • Notation enhancements. When mousing over notes, summary information about the note is displayed (pitch/channel/velocity/duration). Lyric entry now has convenient buttons to enter line breaks or paragraph breaks. Guitar chord diagrams are improved. Polyphonic (chord) notation spacing is improved. There is now a filter for the Event List Editor, allowing you to, for example, quickly spot all patch changes. Hot key support is added to delete or insert notes directly in the Event List.
    • DXi features are enhanced. Lower latency settings for VSC DXi are now possible, and they are typically auto-set to approximately 100ms on newer PC's. Looping during playback is now seamless while using DXi/VSTi soft synths. Recorded melodies now automatically adjust for any latency. While using DXi or VSTi, all playback information is routed to the DXi/VSTi, including the option to route the THRU part from your MIDI keyboard to the DXi/VSTi synth. The "Panic" button feature is enhanced to reset a "hung" DXi/VSTi driver. Latency selection has been simplified, with informative messages added. ASIO4All support has been enhanced, with messages added to detect/correct silent output.
    • A Patch list (.PAT) is now provided for the Roland VSC DXi synth, and the list of available synth DK/PAT files is enhanced to support newer sound cards.
    • MIDI Latency Calibration. For software synths with latency, there is now a "Latency Calibration" dialog that allows you to accurately set your soft synth's latency by listening to 2 tones a fifth apart. The MS GS Wavetable synth (included in Windows XP) is now auto-set to correct latency.
    • There is a function to auto-determine the correct key of a song, given only the melody.
    • Yellow "Fly-By Help Hints" have been expanded throughout the program to provide more information and tips.
    • Chord Entry and Editing are enhanced. "Nudge" Chords feature allows moving a range of chords by any number of bars/beats.
    • A "Fold" routine converts a song with a single large chorus to multiple smaller choruses, with optional tag ending.
    • A Search/Replace Chords feature is added. Search and replace chords, including support for asterix (*) as wildcards. Also a "simplify Jazz chords" option will simplify chords like C13#11#5 to simply C9.
    • Deletion of chords over a range of bars can be done by selecting the range and pressing DELETE, and no confirmation dialog is required for chord delete.
    • The Stylemaker now displays current patch numbers for the parts on the main window. Moving notes in notation on the StyleMaker notation now plays the note on the current instrument.
    • Melodist has been enhanced. Melodists can be filtered by "Genre" (e.g. Dixieland) to show only melodists in that genre. And you can also filter to show/not show Melodists from Melodists Sets that you don't have.
    • Direct Render to MP3 button is added to the Render Dialog (this uses existing the MP3 audio codec that you have in your Windows installation). This renders the Band-in-a-Box song to MP3 in a single step, using your Roland VSC DXi (or other DXi/VSTi synth).
    • Feature on program boot-up added to detect and prevent conflicts with the THRU channel and other Band-in-a-Box instruments.
    • Convenient buttons added for setting "no-harmony" in harmony dialogs, loading "song demo" on Style menu and more.
    • Jukebox option added to stop the Jukebox when set is completed.
    • StylePicker now auto-rebuilds when new styles have been added.
    • ...and many more!
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    Steel Music : magasin de musique Toulon var France - Vente en ligne d'instruments de musique - Location - Sav - Librairie Musicale

    Korg KrOnOs 2 88 - Roland Jupiter X - Roland Fantom 07 - UA Apollo Twin Duo - Hammond B3 1964 - Leslie 122 - Leslie 147 - Yamaha C5 1987 - Steinberg Cubase 12 - Presonus Faderport 16 - Tout STEINBERG - Tout NATIVE INSTRUMENTS - Tout TOONTRACK - Studio Desk Music Commander White - Yamaha HS8 WH - ARTURIA V-Collection 8 - AUDIO TECHNICA AT4033ASM - LD Systems RF1 - PRESONUS SCARLETT OCTO PRE - MACKIE HM-800 - AUDIO TECHNICA ATH-M50X - LD Systems U505.1 IEM

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    • #3
      Qui utilise ce programme ici ? Qu'en pensez-vous ?
      Kronoscopie, tout sur le Kronos

      http://www.kronoscopie.fr

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      • #4
        Je me suis arrêté à je ne sais plus quelle version, qui me suffit.

        Depuis quelques années, BiaB dévie vers l'audio, et son côté MIDI me plaisait. J'ai ce qu'il me faut, pas besoin des nouvelles fonctionnalités (et ce, depuis plusieurs versions )
        Hello, World!

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        • #5
          Merci Manu et ça coûte combien ce joujou ?
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          • #6
            Envoyé par papaphoenix Voir le message
            Merci Manu et ça coûte combien ce joujou ?
            99 $ pour la version simple
            269 $ pour la version "mega pack"
            Soutenez Manu, le fondateur d'Audiokeys en achetant sur Steel Music https://www.steelmusic.fr

            Steel Music : magasin de musique Toulon var France - Vente en ligne d'instruments de musique - Location - Sav - Librairie Musicale

            Korg KrOnOs 2 88 - Roland Jupiter X - Roland Fantom 07 - UA Apollo Twin Duo - Hammond B3 1964 - Leslie 122 - Leslie 147 - Yamaha C5 1987 - Steinberg Cubase 12 - Presonus Faderport 16 - Tout STEINBERG - Tout NATIVE INSTRUMENTS - Tout TOONTRACK - Studio Desk Music Commander White - Yamaha HS8 WH - ARTURIA V-Collection 8 - AUDIO TECHNICA AT4033ASM - LD Systems RF1 - PRESONUS SCARLETT OCTO PRE - MACKIE HM-800 - AUDIO TECHNICA ATH-M50X - LD Systems U505.1 IEM

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            • #7
              Merci Manu
              Service de Webinar Personnel / MasterClass par visio conférence Montage/MODX/Série CP et Série YC /Camelot Pro/John Melas tools, description et conditions générales de vente https://www.moessieurs.com/webinar-fr.html

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              • #8
                Merci pour cette info détaillée Manu,

                As-tu eu l'occasion de le voir tourner, je pense notamment à l'interface graphique: dans l'affirmative, cette dernière est-elle rendue plus conviviale par rapport aux précedentes versions, la rendant plus confortable d'utilisation. J'ai utilisé une version antérieure il y a quelques années et, bien que la prise en main du logiciel ait été relativement aisée (l'idée d'avoir tout sur une page), l'approche globale proposée par ce soft ne m'avait pas réellement emballé, notamment à cause de sa présentation un tantinet rébarbative.

                A ta connaissance, existe-t-il une alternative logicielle, peut-être se rapprochant davantage d'un arrangeur matériel?
                Hardware: Kawai MP-11, Korg Grand Stage 73, Roland Integra 7, Roland VR-730, Yamaha CSP-170, Mac Mini, MOTU Ultra Lite AVB, SE4400a, Tascam DP32SD Software: Logic pro X, NI Komplete 7, Imperfect Samples S&S Walnut Concert Grand, VI Labs Ravencroft 275 Monitoring: Focal CMS 65, HK Audio Lucas Nano 300...il ne reste plus qu'à en tirer quelque chose de transcendant!

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                • #9
                  J'utilise ce soft, et il est très pratique mais il a mal grandi

                  mes utilisations principales :
                  1) faire des play back pour le chant en moins de 10 minutes, avec tous les styles jazz c'est cool , en plus beaucoup de standards sont déjà programmés, Misty en Bossa : hop juste un clic de souris

                  2) composer (grille harmonique) et trouver une succession d'accord (je le fais aussi sur le QY70 mais c'est moins convivial) et la noter - en tout cas je viens de découvrir que c'est très fun de piloter le karma avec

                  Par contre c'est un arrangeur mais il ne fait PAS du live, mais PAS DU TOUT

                  par contre toutes les fonctions "annexe" melodiste, soliste etc je m'en sert jamais. Et je n'ai jamais reussi a construire un style

                  Le mode d'emploi est indigent, aavec la version 2005, j'avais le mode d'emplois d'une vieille version et 2 add-on dont un en anglais : pour les fonctions tu commence avec l'un et tu feuillettes les 2 autres pour vraiment comprendre...

                  Pour moi ce soft à mal grandi : ergonomie à ch... des fonctions ont été rajoutées partout au fur et à mesure et c'est un vrai capharnaum. il est efficace tant qu'on utilise les fonctions d'accompagnement basic, et ça se complique vite ensuite. il n'y a pas une logique

                  les petits plus :
                  il etait fourni avec le virtual sound canvas en DXi, ce n'est pas le synthé du siècle mais ça peut suffire pour travailler le chant, guitare..ou faire une maquette rapide
                  il n'est pas trop cher, et à priori sans protection (pas besoin ni de dongle ou d'autorisation internet) et s'installait facilement (tant que la partie audio n'etait pas trop développée)
                  SAX alto et sopranino, guitares, harmonicas, flutes, EWI, D-05, voicelive3, beat buddy, EHX superego, reverb Immerse, boss sy300, Live 9, komplete 10

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                  • #10
                    Envoyé par Wollito Voir le message

                    A ta connaissance, existe-t-il une alternative logicielle, peut-être se rapprochant davantage d'un arrangeur matériel?
                    Live Styler, qui n'est que pour le jeu live
                    SAX alto et sopranino, guitares, harmonicas, flutes, EWI, D-05, voicelive3, beat buddy, EHX superego, reverb Immerse, boss sy300, Live 9, komplete 10

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                    • #11
                      Laurent S, je vois que nous avons le même avis
                      En gros, gardez votre vieux BiaB pour vos bandes-son MIDI, le reste, c'est du gadget
                      Hello, World!

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                      • #12
                        Merci à Laurent S et Xavier pour cet éclairage concernant Live Styler. Je vais investiguer sur de dernier, qui me parait davantage correspondre à mes besoins.:D
                        Hardware: Kawai MP-11, Korg Grand Stage 73, Roland Integra 7, Roland VR-730, Yamaha CSP-170, Mac Mini, MOTU Ultra Lite AVB, SE4400a, Tascam DP32SD Software: Logic pro X, NI Komplete 7, Imperfect Samples S&S Walnut Concert Grand, VI Labs Ravencroft 275 Monitoring: Focal CMS 65, HK Audio Lucas Nano 300...il ne reste plus qu'à en tirer quelque chose de transcendant!

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                        • #13
                          Merci pour l'info Manu
                          laurent0375
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                          • #14
                            Oui, ce logiciel n'est pat fait pour jouer en temps réel comme OMB/LS.

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                            • #15
                              Nouvelle version band in a box 2009.
                              La mao ne me tente pas ( mauvaise expérience dans le passé ), mais ce logiciel à l'air sympa dans la mesure ou je trouve facilement des mélodies mais j'ai du mal à construire des arrangements avec mon motif es ( du à des méconnaissance de solfège je pense :dents ).
                              Pensez-vous que ce type de produit peut remplir cette défaillance ??
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                              M audio code 49

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