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#130753 - 10/08/11 09:07 PM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song?????
Alberto Garay Offline
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Hi everybody,

I'm new in the forum and newbie in BIAB also.

I'm an spanish experimented musician and DAW-user (Logic, Sonar and Ableton live among others).

I'm also a computer expert, as I work as a computer science teacher.

I do recognize I fell in love with BIAB when I found it "googleing", and quickly bought it in the past week.

I know that facing a new software must be done with some sort of "love", as everyone is used to work with some other DAW and tends to say... oooh this is really bad done... or ...they should have done that this way....

I've been working with so many DAWs not to be in that group of people (...i hope)

My question:

I'm really starting to be scared, as google searchs do not deny what i'm fearing:

"BIAB has the limit of 255 bar per song !!!!"

... please tell me I'm wrong, because I'm starting to think to use the 30-days test payback.

I really like the program, from the musical point of view, but if that's true, as I'm a computer expert, I'm sure it hasn't to be a really hard programming issue.

If I'm right, please (BIAB programmers),DO A PATCH TO FIX THIS!!! I don't really want to have my money back, but I really think this is a major issue.

Thanks, and please, don't get me wrong, I'm not tryng to be rude..... just feeling sad

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#130754 - 10/08/11 09:50 PM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Alberto Garay]
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Hi Alberto,

It's true that if a song is expanded into a single "once through" arrangement, 255 bars is the maximum. For reference, 255 bars of 4/4 time at a tempo of 120 bpm will take 8.5 mins to play.

Despite the above, please note that 255 bars is not necessarily the limit of bars that a song can play, though. There are ways to increase this number of bars.

ONE: BIAB uses a "chorus" system for playback where the word "chorus" is used in its classical sense and means "once through the entire song". For example, if I had a song that consisted of verse 1 + chorus (in this case "chorus" means the chorus of a song), verse 2 + chorus, verse 3 + chorus, all I'd need to do is to program verse 1 + chorus system and set BIAB "number of choruses" to 3. Doing this would have the song play through 3 times. In this way, if my "verse + chorus" system was 100 bars long, my entire song would end up being 300 bars long.

TWO: It's possible to set up repeats and codas so that those sections that have the same melodies can be replayed simply by entering once.

THREE: Use Realband to assemble the song. Realband uses the BIAB generating technology and does not have the limitation of bars.

Thus, while there is a limit of 255 bars, because of the fact that most modern music has repeated melodic sections, it's easy to structure songs so that they have more than 255 bars and will still fit into the 255 slots that BIAB make available.

Regards,
Noel
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#130755 - 10/08/11 10:03 PM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Noel96]
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Welcome to the forum, Alberto. Noel gave an excellent answer, and I can't add to that except to mention that you can easily take your tracks (both MIDI and RealTracks/RealDrums) into your DAW software for further work. I also use SONAR, and finish my BIAB songs there.

BIAB was first developed over twenty years ago, and the 255 measure limit must be a hold-over of some 8-bit code.
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#130756 - 10/08/11 10:17 PM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Noel96]
Alberto Garay Offline
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Thanks a lot for your reply, but as far as I know, there must be room (in terms of bars) even for repetitions.

And not many songs (even pop songs), have that chorus repetition schema, that easy.

Let's talk about a concrete example: Tunnel of love-alchemy version (Dire Straits)... i hope you know it.

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In that song there's an intro, but not an intro in the sense og BIAB (few measures), it's a smooth intro with sax and piano, that lasts for at least 32 bars.

After that there's a nice instrumental main theme, played with sax and the rest of the band, that's about 16 bars.

Then a slow down atmospheric piano-guitar dialog, that Knopfler used to enlarge or compress depending on the gig, but usually about 32 bars.

Then the carroussel waltz: 16 bars.

This is the point where the "real song" starts, at least where BIAB would have wanted it to start.

Then some sort of V-C-V-C-drumBreak-V-C structure that lasts about 128 bars.

Then a slowdown, and a progression till the end (once again Knopfler extended or compressed this part depending on the gig), let's say 64 bars in average.

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That's a sum of 288 bars (although I think they can be more).

This a "normal-well-known" pop song, that cannot be done in BIAB, unless you set an intro that lasts until the "real-song" starts, and then you can play around the repeat-chorus and coda stuff, but anyway it's a bit unnatural, in the sense of good-workflow in the song-structure creation.

Another problem I found with BIAB (in comparison to the rest of the DAWs I know), is the lack of markers, at least some text above the codas or 1,2 marks.

Sorry, I'm a bit dissapointed. I'm open to hear about anyone's workarounds to solve this (IMHO) major issue.

I also beg the programmers of BIAB (if anyone around here), to please consider my issue for the wishlist.

Am i the only one who thinks that dealing with 255 bars is really few?

Thanks

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#130757 - 10/08/11 10:26 PM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Matt Finley]
Alberto Garay Offline
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Hi, and thank you all for your replies.

Quote:


BIAB was first developed over twenty years ago, and the 255 measure limit must be a hold-over of some 8-bit code.




That's the point!!!

I'm a computer teacher and developer. I really think this issue is as easy to solve as changing the value of some constant in the header program, or maybe a bit more

Anyway, we're in the 21'st century, most processors work at 64 bits.

Nowadays DAWs use to have their limits (number of audio or midi tracks, number of VST plug-ins, etc...), only conditioned by your computer power (CPU, hard disk, RAM, etc...)

I cannot understand, how a real well-done program (in terms of music-theory-well-applied), can have this "apparently-easy" fixable issues.

... once again, I'd love to hear some explanation from the developing team about this, apparently incomprehensible limit.

Thanks you all for your patient.

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#130758 - 10/08/11 10:41 PM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Alberto Garay]
Alberto Garay Offline
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Thinking about why the developing team to set this limit, I think maybe it's because performance can be affected by re-arranging a huge (in terms of measures) "real-track" song, but not for MIDI ones.

It would be enough for me a pop-up that issue that "maybe some minutes needed to re-arrange this track".

... but, once again, I think this can only affect "real-tracks". Can somebody tell if that can be the point?

Thx

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#130759 - 10/08/11 11:40 PM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Alberto Garay]
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I am also a comp sci prof. Rest assured, this issue has been on the Wishlist since the beginning of this user forum in the mid-90s. The registration dates you see with our names are from the revised forum software; several of us go much further back.

You can't know this yet, but PG Music has an excellent record of making user-requested changes, so we have to assume this one is just too integrated into the core of the program to fix easily. Remember that the program you see now has evolved with one or two major revisions every year since 1990. I agree with you that the measure limit for MIDI could be far larger without affecting the speed of song generation, and your guess about RealTracks generating slower is possibly correct, except that it was not related; as I mentioned, this limit has been with the program since the beginning (or at least version 3, when I first saw it).

As Noel mentioned, the included program RealBand can generate songs in a very similar way to BIAB, and does not have the 255 measure limit.
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#130760 - 10/09/11 12:08 AM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Matt Finley]
Alberto Garay Offline
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As Noel mentioned, the included program RealBand can generate songs in a very similar way to BIAB, and does not have the 255 measure limit.





The problem is that RealBand crashes in my computer (I think it's an ASIO related problem, maybe my sound card, but it works fine with "BIAB").

Anyway, my insistence in this issue, is that I really cannot understand how this limit can be so hard-coded, not to be fixed or at least "work-arounded" in so many program-versions.

I tried to work-around it spliting a song in two or three parts and using the "A+B" button to generate a song-chain but it's also limitted by the 255 bars (you should admit this makes less sense in this function if possible)

....I'll try to fix the Real Band problem or start to work with SONAR and BIAB, but that's not what I tought when I bought this product. I expected not having to use 2 different DAWs in the normal workflow.

Anyway, thank you all


Edited by Alberto Garay (10/09/11 12:10 AM)

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#130761 - 10/09/11 12:16 AM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Alberto Garay]
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I've read about more problems with ASIO in BIAB than in RealBand.

May I suggest you start a new thread in the RealBand forum and give your exact computer and soundcard specs, and describe your problem.
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#130762 - 10/09/11 01:40 AM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Alberto Garay]
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Alberto,

I favour the MME driver (in reality Windows WDM driver) with Realband when I build songs. If I record, I use ASIO although mostly I export my generated wav files to another DAW and record in that.

Regards,
Noel

P.S. Regarding the "Tunnel of Love Alchemy Version" (Dire Straits). When I listened to it, I found myself thinking that this is not a song that I'd try to get BIAB to do in one go. There's a lot of flexibility in performance required that would be difficult to achieve in BIAB all at one time. To my way of thinking, the many different aspects of this song are better achieved by assembling the sections in a separate DAW. I'd then create an mp3 from the DAW. At least that's how I'd go about it.
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#130763 - 10/09/11 03:29 AM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Noel96]
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Alberto, since you're from Spain I assume you speak Spanish. You need to move this to the Spanish forum and have this discussion with the Spanish forum moderator Carlos. He's a Venezuelan guitarist who uses Biab along with other DAW's to create some really extraordinary work. He's posted some demos he created a couple of years ago and they are amazing. He's not only a very good player, he's also a pro level recording engineer, he can tell you exactly how to get the most out of Biab in your native language. He's described his setup both software and hardware and it's pretty complex. He knows his stuff.

My comment to you is that Dire Straits tune is not best suited for Biab. Biab is not a full DAW, it's used to create backing tracks for you to sing or play along with not recreate exact covers of classic songs. If that's what you need you can buy excellent studio produced midi files of anything you want from many different websites.

The song structure that Biab is most used for is the standard AABA type of thing. For large rock operas or 20 minute musical suites with 7 or 10 different sections you need Real Band. If you're having a problem with RB crashing that's a problem with your system config, not RB. You just have to get it set up right and we can help you with that. ASIO has been a bit difficult for some users in past years but it works fine on my new Win 7/64 machine. Note you only need ASIO if you're playing a soft synth live in real time. It reduces the latency. Other than that use MME if ASIO is a problem. I've used RB since day one on three different computers. It's not perfect (what is?) but it certainly does not crash my system.

Bob
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#130764 - 10/09/11 03:31 AM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Alberto Garay]
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I expected not having to use 2 different DAWs in the normal workflow.



Well, I don't even OWN BiaB (yet) but it took me one session of Google and visiting this forum to find out that, specially for a musician with experience like you say you have, BiaB is more a tool to use to set up the basics of a song after which you finish it a DAW (or RealBand). (I don't even think you can call BiaB a DAW btw.) I think that the only people who really do EVERYTHING in BiaB are content with having a basic (generic) background for their songs. If you want some personality of your own in a song, you have to use another DAW. So if you didn't know that a normal workflow would require a DAW besides BiaB, you bought BiaB too soon and didn't do enough Private Investigations (pun intended! )

Don't get me wrong, I also think the 255 bar limit is a bit er... odd, but you get RealBand with BiaB and you say you have experience with a lot of other DAWs so (so you probably own one or two...?), so I don't really see what's the problem!

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#130765 - 10/09/11 07:12 AM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: J van E]
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. . . BiaB is more a tool to use to set up the basics of a song after which you finish it a DAW (or RealBand). (I don't even think you can call BiaB a DAW btw.)




Exactly right. BIAB has some features which look superficially like a DAW, but you will find that it is unique and has unique capabilities as well.

Quote:

I think that the only people who really do EVERYTHING in BiaB are content with having a basic (generic) background for their songs. If you want some personality of your own in a song, you have to use another DAW.




Be careful of speaking in absolutes with BIAB. There are many people on these forums who create highly-polished arrangements completely in BIAB and use them in live performance..

BIAB was originally designed to work with the General MIDI standard and has since incorporated Real Tracks. It is not well suited to use with multiple synthesizers. It can be done, but you really have to have a technical understanding of MIDI. It is much easier to accomplish in a true DAW.

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Don't get me wrong, I also think the 255 bar limit is a bit er... odd, but you get RealBand with BiaB and you say you have experience with a lot of other DAWs so (so you probably own one or two...?), so I don't really see what's the problem!




Abolishing the 255-bar limit is one of the most requested items on the BIAB Wishlist. I am certain that if it could be done it would have. You have to have experience with PG Music to fully appreciate that statement.

Given that there is the need to use another program, it has been made as easy as possible. BIAB has been adapted to be able to drag and drop parts into many popular DAWs using the mouse. Of course, you can directly import BIAB files into Realband.

Welcome to the community. I look forward to seeing you participate as a fellow user. Perhaps some day you'll be showing US how to do things!

Richard
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#130766 - 10/09/11 02:34 PM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Ryszard]
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Quote:


Welcome to the community. I look forward to seeing you participate as a fellow user. Perhaps some day you'll be showing US how to do things!





So hi there folks,

I'm not returning BIAB. It's too wonderful to give up just for 255 reasons

...I'll be asking a lot of things to you... if you don't bother to have an spanish "spy" in your forums, I think the best place to learn is where the developers are...

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#130767 - 10/09/11 02:37 PM [Band-in-a-Box for Windows] Re: Cannot believe it... 255 bar limit per song????? [Re: Alberto Garay]
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Quote:



You need to move this to the Spanish forum and have this discussion with the Spanish forum moderator Carlos.

He's a Venezuelan guitarist who uses Biab along with other DAW's to create some really extraordinary work.






I'll take a good look to Carlos also.

Thx 4 the info.

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