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#442175 - 12/02/17 03:28 PM [Forum des Utilisateurs Français de Band-in-a-Box] Un style n'est-il qu'un choix de track... ou pas?
frfancha Offline
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Registered: 12/02/17
Posts: 2
Si je choisis le style 1,
et que dans ce style les instruments un par un, je change la piste piano par la reatrack pour piano du style 2, de même pour guitare prendre celle du style 2, et tous les instruments.
Est-ce que le résultat final est exactement le même que choisir directement le style 2 ou bien il reste une influence du style 1 dans le résultat?
Merci

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#442245 - 12/03/17 02:52 AM [Forum des Utilisateurs Français de Band-in-a-Box] Re: Un style n'est-il qu'un choix de track... ou pas? [Re: frfancha]
carolan Offline
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Registered: 08/22/11
Posts: 198
Depuis des années que je remplace un instrument par un autre, je ne me suis jamais posé cette question intéressante...

Je dirais qu'il ne subsiste que quelques détails : tempo, groove, signature temp... mais qu'on peut modifier aussi pour ne pas faire n'importe quoi.

A mon avis, tu peux gagner du temps en choisissant directement le style 2 :-)

Bon dimanche.

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#442355 - 12/03/17 01:13 PM [Forum des Utilisateurs Français de Band-in-a-Box] Re: Un style n'est-il qu'un choix de track... ou pas? [Re: carolan]
frfancha Offline
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Registered: 12/02/17
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Originally Posted By: carolan

A mon avis, tu peux gagner du temps en choisissant directement le style 2 :-)

Oui sûrement, je me demandais juste dans les cas où on veut assembler soi même instrument par instrument, quel est finalement l'intérêt de choisir un style, on pourrait partir d'un style "vierge", ... ou pas?

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#442497 - 12/04/17 04:07 AM [Forum des Utilisateurs Français de Band-in-a-Box] Re: Un style n'est-il qu'un choix de track... ou pas? [Re: frfancha]
carolan Offline
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Registered: 08/22/11
Posts: 198
Je ne crois pas avoir jamais utilisé un style exactement tel qu'il est proposé. Je change toujours quelque chose, je supprime des instruments, j'en change et j'en ajoute. On peut parfaitement partir de zéro et tout choisir soi-même, mais l'intérêt de passer en revue les styles correspondant à ton projet, c'est qu'ils te donnent des idées, des pistes.

Je peaufine mes morceaux avec Realband, qui permet de multiplier les instruments. Pas tous ensemble, bien entendu, mais intervenant les uns après les autres, dans un arrangement c'est souvent utile.

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PG Music News
Band-in-a-Box® 2018 for Windows Build 520 Available!

Band-in-a-Box® Version 2018 for Windows users can download the latest free patch update, Build 250, here.

Summary of changes for Build 520 since 519 (July 17 2018):
Added: Save As style feature has support for MIDI velocity changes if volumes aren’t 90 on mixer when saved.
Added: Support for MIDI velocity changes in styles. Use the Misc-More dialog in StyleMaker to set velocity changes in MIDI styles.
Fixed: [Style Memos etc] button was not visible in the Style Editor -> Misc dialog.
Fixed: Bar lines would not display properly in the Audio Edit window if launching through the menu item "Audio Chord Wizard (Audio Edit)".
Fixed: Hitting the Return key while in the Audio Edit window might trigger Loop Screen mode.
Updated: PDF Manual and Help.

User Blog - Recording and Processing Vocals Using RealBand...

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Video - Adding RealTracks to Your Band-in-a-Box® Song

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Save Notation Window as a Video with Band-in-a-Box® 2018 for Mac

Did you know... Band-in-a-Box® 2018 for Mac allows you to save the Notation Window as a video? What a great way to share your songs with users, and LEARN from the notation as you listen!

From the program manual:
[Save As] | Save as video
-In the Make Notation Video dialog, select a track at the upper left corner. (Note: The dialog title says “Make Chord Sheet Video” until you select a track.)
-You can also set the dimension (width/height) of the video and select the number of frames per second and a specific codec.
-Press the [OK - Render Video] button to start rendering the video. When the video has been created, press the [Show Video File] button.
-You can then double click on the file to watch the rendered video.

Note: A special use of this feature is to combine a Video RealTracks (new with version 2018) with the corresponding notation in a single video. This creates an educational video, which shows the actual performance with notation/tab, playing over your chord progression! To do this, right-click on the Master button or one of the track buttons at the top of the main screen and select Render Video(s) from the menu.

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