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#73827 - 05/23/10 01:44 PM un'aiutino!
armythelegend Offline

Registered: 05/23/10
Posts: 2
ciao a tutti, vorrei tanto sapere se qualcuno di voi sa dirmi come posso incidere la mia voce sulla base che ho già trasformato in formato mp3. Tra le altre cose quando apro la base in mp3 e tento di registrare la mia voce, al riascolto la musica scompare e rimane solo la mia voce...Vi prego aiutatemi...ho urgente bisogno di sapere come sistemare entrambe le cose....

#73828 - 05/24/10 01:41 AM Re: un'aiutino! [Re: armythelegend]
seranto Offline

Registered: 12/06/06
Posts: 250
Loc: Verona
Ciao e benvenuto,
per permetterci di essere utili concretamente dovresti precisare alcune cose:
versione di BiaB e piattaforma;
scheda audio (possibilmente marca e modello o almeno se è interna o esterna e quanti ingressi/uscite);
impostazioni del pannello di controllo della scheda audio;
altre impostazioni o altre info che ritieni inerenti la procedura che utilizzi per registrare.

L'errore più comune che provoca questa situazione è dato dalla incapacità della scheda audio di registrare in contemporanea il segnale d'ingresso (nel tuo caso la voce) e il suono interno generato durante l'ascolto/riproduzione mentre registri.
A volte invece è sufficiente una banale impostazione, ad esempio se utilizzi Windows dovresti entrare nella Scheda Registrazione del Pannello di controllo della Scheda audio e impostare la selezione sulla voce Quello che senti.
Possono esserci altre soluzione ma hai dato pochi dati per proseguire nelle ipotesi.

Facci sapere, ciao

#73829 - 05/24/10 04:14 AM Re: un'aiutino! [Re: seranto]
gigim Offline

Registered: 09/24/09
Posts: 42
Come sempre, concordo pienamente con Seranto ed aggiungo che l'operazione da lui suggerita (selezionare "quello che senti") purtroppo va ripetuta ogni volta che s'inizia una registrazione. In altre parole, se ad esempio vuoi aggiungere una seconda voce, oppure tenere una parte della traccia registrata ed inciderne altre parti, ogni volta bisogna ritornare al "controllo registrazione" ed abilitare il solito "quello che senti".


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Video - Using Drag-and-Drop in Band-in-a-Box 2015 for Mac

One of the GUI Enhancements added with Band-in-a-Box 2015 for Mac was to the Drop Station.
Now a folder opens after copying to drop box, Drag Drop or another folder.

We've made a short (7:23) video showing how to use Drag-and-Drop in Band-in-a-Box 2015 for Mac, here.

There are even more video resources available that touch on the Drag-and-Drop feature!
Band-in-a-Box for Mac - Exporting songs to DAWs
Drag-and-Drop with Band-in-a-Box!

#MotivationModay - Your Video Testimonial = a FREE Band-in-a-Box EverythingPAK!

This summer we began a Video Testimonials project, and reached out to Band-in-a-Box users requesting a 2-10 minute video telling the viewer about their Band-in-a-Box experience.

And... we got a GREAT response! Check out all of the current Video Testimonials here:

But, we're not done! If you'd like to submit a video, we'd love to see it! AND - if we use your video we will send you a FREE Band-in-a-Box EverythingPAK!

Visit this forum post for more information.

Making Medleys with Band-in-a-Box

RealTracks Medleys are special groups of RealTracks that play in sequence. This tutorial shows you how to make your own medleys with the RealTracks feature in Band-in-a-Box:

When it comes to Medleys, we don't stop there! With a previous release of Band-in-a-Box Version 2008 for Windows, we added a feature called the Medley Maker. This feature is great tool if you are wanting to make a medley of various songs you've created with Band-in-a-Box!

Inside the Medley Maker, which is accessed through the Song Form [AABA] button (the one with the pencil), simply select the songs that you want, and Band-in-a-Box will make the medley for you. A medley is not simply joining songs together - a good medley uses a "transition" area between songs to introduce the new style, key, and tempo. The Medley Maker automatically creates a nice transition area for you, writing in chords that would smoothly transition to the next song, style, key, and tempo!

The 2008 New Features Video is available here:

Video - Instant Preview Feature in Band-in-a-Box 2015 for Mac

Another one of the new features released with Band-in-a-Box 2015 was the Instant Preview feature, which is highlighted in this video:

The Instant Preview works with UserTracks, Loops, RealTracks, and SuperTracks!

#TBT - The 2002 Release of PowerTracks Pro Audio 8!

In June of 2002 we released PowerTracks Pro Audio 8. There were more than 30 new features for seamlessly integrated MIDI/Digital Audio music production released at that time - take a look at the video highlighting the "new" version:

The "New Features" released with PowerTracks Pro Audio 8.0 Included...
New 32-bit Version! PowerTracks Pro Audio 8.0 has been totally rebuilt as a full 32-bit engine for seamless operation in Windows 98/ME/2000/XP.
Amazing New Chord Wizard! Load in any MIDI file, PowerTracks MIDI sequence file, or even a work-in-progress, and the amazing New Chord Wizard will intelligently figure out the chords and display them in the Notation Window and the new Chords Window. Chord symbols are an essential component of playing by ear, so most musicians who play by ear should find this new feature indispensable! The New Chords Window displays the chords in a selectable font and size, and is fully editable. It also has part markers (compatible with Band-in-a-Box) so that you can easily mark sections of your sequence.
Real Time DirectX Effects! PowerTracks Pro Audio 8.0 supports real time DirectX effects for live playback and monitoring, and even includes loads of great effects for free! PowerTracks also has real time DirectX plug-in groups in which up to four chained plug-ins can be used at once. Effects groups can be saved and loaded along with their settings, making it easy to use the same settings with multiple projects. The postproduction DirectX window also supports effects chains with up to four plug-ins.

FREE DirectX Plug-ins!
Awesome Audio Features!
Updated MIDI Features!
Enhanced Notation Features!
...and (of course) MUCH MORE!

Click here to learn more about PowerTracks Pro Audio 8.

Emailing Your Band-in-a-Box Song

One of the many new features we added with Band-in-a-Box 2015 for Mac was the "Email Song as Attachments" feature, which will come in handy - we promise!

The Email Song dialog allows you to choose what files you want to email:
- the song (.MGU or .SGU)
- the style (.STY)
- the extended style (.STX) (if any)
- a rendered audio file (choice of AIFF, M4A, WAV)
- Audio track (if any)
- Performance track (if any)
Pressing the [Send Email] button will launch your default mail application and prepare a new message with files attached.

You can also email a Drop station file. After you drag a track button to the Drop station, right-click on the Drop station and select the Email the drop station file menu item.

Check out the 2015 New Features video clip (@ 44 min): and Tobin will show you how!
(it's a really quick clip - just 40 seconds is all you'll need!)

New Band-in-a-Box Testimonial Video by Tony Lee Glenn

We came across Tony Lee Glenn's YouTube channel not too long ago. He'd posted a video called "Getting Started with Band In A Box 2014 - Easy Royalty Free Music" which we thought was really well done!

When we approached Tony to thank him for making such a great video, he was more than happy to make a Video Testimonial for us to share!

Here's a link to his Band-in-a-Box testimonial:

Learn more about Tony here.

All of the User Testimonials can be viewed here:

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