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#448736 - 01/03/18 02:29 AM [Deutsches Band-in-a-Box User Forum] Songablauf
curlyguit Offline

Registered: 01/23/09
Posts: 92
Loc: Wien
Hätte eine Frage. Habe einen Song der hat 40 Takte.
Möchte nun den Song entsprechend aufbauen.
Die ersten 40 Takte spiele ich die Melodie.
Die nächsten 40 Takte spiele ich ein Solo.
Und in der dritten Wiederholung sollte in den ersten 32 Takten ein Saxsolo sein und erst die letzten 8 Takte spiele ich wieder die Melodie.
Das Saxsolo wird ein Realtrack sein.
Es gelingt mir zwar erst mit der 3. Wiederholung ein Solo zu generieren jedoch nicht das es nur 32 statt die kompletten 40 Takte spielt.
Vielen Dank für die Hilfestellung.

#450588 - 01/12/18 05:21 AM [Deutsches Band-in-a-Box User Forum] Re: Songablauf [Re: curlyguit]
Brille Offline

Registered: 09/09/11
Posts: 240
Loc: Berlin, Germany
Hallo Curly,
ich musste selbst erstmal darüber nachdenken. Du kannst das etwas trickreich lösen mit der Zaubertaste "F5". Deren Funktion in Band in a Box ist relativ unbekannt, aber oft hilfreich. Du kannst darüber an beliebigen Stellen eines Stückes Steuersignale für die einzelnen Tracks setzen, z.B. einzelne Spuren stumm schalten (oder auch ausfaden) und bei einem späteren Takt auch wieder einschalten. Dazu auf den Takt gehen, ab dem die Spur wieder erklingen soll, wieder F5 drücken und die entsprechende Spur wieder auf "Normal" setzen. Dazu wählst du oben aus der Listbox auch noch an, für welche der Strophen deine Steuersignale gelten sollen.

Und so gehts in deinem Fall:
Du setzt deine 40 Takte und drei Strophen, wie du es schon gemacht hast.
Dann gehst du auf Takt 33 und drückst F5.
Dann wählst du oben aus Strophe #3.
Unten wählst du für die Solistenspur aus der Listbox "Stumm"
Da nach dem Stummschalten bei Takt 33 der letzten Strophe das Solo garnicht mehr wieder kommt, brauchst du die Spur auch nicht wieder über ein erneutes Steuersignal bei Takt 1 einschalten. Die dritte ist ja bei dir die letzte Strophe. Statt bei Takt 33 komplett "stumm" zu schalten, könntest du auch ausfaden, evtl. schon ein Takt vorher. Dazu musst du noch einen Wert fürs "Ausfaden" eingeben.

Mit F5 kannst du aber auch zum Beispiel Patchwechsel (also neue Instrumente) oder Stylewechsel etc. an beliebigen Takten des Stückes veranlassen.

Schau mal, ob da damit weiterkommst.

#451412 - 01/15/18 11:38 PM [Deutsches Band-in-a-Box User Forum] Re: Songablauf [Re: curlyguit]
curlyguit Offline

Registered: 01/23/09
Posts: 92
Loc: Wien
Hallo Brille!

Vielen Dank muss ich echt so versuchen.

Habe bei dem Song anders gelöst. Habe hier alle drei Strophen in eine Strophe gepackt, Solo Instrument ebenso. Daher nur ein Durchlauf. Dies Alles habe ich in Realband übernommen und dann einfach bei Soloinstrument jene Takte wo es nicht brauchte gelöscht. Aber das mit der Taste F5 werde ich probieren.

#451454 - 01/16/18 04:10 AM [Deutsches Band-in-a-Box User Forum] Re: Songablauf [Re: curlyguit]
Brille Offline

Registered: 09/09/11
Posts: 240
Loc: Berlin, Germany
Das war auch meine erste Idee, aber dann hatte ich mich erinnert, dass es auch noch unkomplizierter geht. Na, egal, Hauptsache, du bist zum Ziel gekommen.


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RealBand 2018 Build 5 Update Available!

RealBand 2018 customers can download the latest free patch update here:

Summary of Changes for Build 5
Added: When generating the input file for saving as an MGU/SGU SongMode128= is saved to the input file.
Added: Localization support for 2018.
Added: flyby hints to new dialogs.
Fixed: Save As with a filename greater than 128 chars could cause an error 123 plus access violation.
Fixed: Rebooting RealBand after a filename with 128 chars was saved could cause an access violation.
Fixed: Pressing the Change button in the Event List Window could result in an access violation if an event was not a Note event.
Fixed: When running in Win 10, and using BBW or PT to generate audio harmonies, an error would occur saying that you need BB 2011 or PT 12 to generate audio harmonies.
Fixed: Midi Thru Method was not being saved to the .INI file. It always reverting to Track-Specific when booting up RealBand, even if the user manually changed the setting to Global in the Midi Thru Settings dialog.
Fixed: Delete All Notes on This Peg menu item in notation window right-click menu was missing.
Fixed: Potential crash on exit (having to do with the DLL attempting to free up a dynamic array that was passed to it).

Band-in-a-Box® 2018 Build 512 Update Available!

Band-in-a-Box® 2018 for Windows customers can download the latest free patch update here:

Summary of changes for Build 512 since 510 (Feb 15 2018):
Fixed: "Load SoundTrack Song" and "Load song with RealDrums Audio" buttons in the Sound Track dialog were not working.
Fixed: After returning Band-in-a-Box to factory settings the File Open dialog would default to the bb\Data\Lib directory.
Fixed: Choosing a custom chord sheet font would ignore any color choice made in the font selection dialog.
Fixed: Drum names were sometimes truncated in the RealDrums MultiDrums and Quicklist dialogs.
Fixed: Exporting a MIDI file might cause the error, "MIDIConv.exe no found".
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Fixed: Static in RT2438 and other various RealTracks fixes.
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Fixed: The audio latency setting would increase every time leaving the Windows Audio Devices dialog.
Fixed: The Download Manager folder name defaulted to 2016 instead of 2018.
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PowerTracks Pro Audio 2018 is Here!

PowerTracks Pro Audio 2018 is here! PowerTracks Pro Audio 2018 includes many new features and enhancements:

Windows Audio (WASAPI) driver support. This allows for low latency audio recording/playback without requiring ASIO. Note that this supports 1 stereo input plus 1 stereo output at a time. For multiple inputs/outputs, you should continue to use either MME or ASIO.

ABC Notation format support. You can save a track of notation in a popular ASCII text format to import into other programs, or you can paste this format into a user forum as a way of sending the track (usually the melody and chord symbols) to other users without having to attach a file.

The built-in Audio Chord Wizard detection in the Chords window automatically detects the chords of the song, based on the audio data from all non-muted audio tracks. This works similar to the standalone Audio Chord Wizard, except that it uses the current bar lines of the existing song.

Notation Enhancements:
-X/8 time signature support. This is a special method of displaying 6/8, 9/8, or 12/8 time signatures in the Notation window.
-The Duplicate previous chord in notation right-click menu lets you quickly duplicate the previous chord (group of notes on same peg) without having to reenter it.
-Delete highlighted notes in notation right-click menu lets you delete all highlighted notes.
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-You can now enter Section Numbers. Previously, you could enter letters (A-Z) only, but now you can also enter numbers (1-9).

...a full list of the new features in PowerTracks Pro Audio 2018 is available at

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We released the much-loved Xtra Styles PAKs in August 2016! This release included 164 RealStyles for Jazz, Country, Rock-Pop, and Singer/Songwriter and worked with any Band-in-a-Box® 2016 or higher UltraPlusPAK, EverythingPAK, or Audiophile Edition!

Xtra Styles PAKs were such a hit... we couldn't stop making them! Since their introduction, we've released 3 more PAKs with a total of over 600 Xtra Styles in all!

Want to hear what other program users are doing with their Xtra Styles? Visit our Xtra STyles Contests forum to hear all the songs submitted during previous song contest we've had:

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"I have been using Band-in-a-Box for years. It is the anchor of my music gigs as well as my fun in my studio. I have used other software but Band-in-a-Box is my main go to."
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"Love Band-in-a-Box. As someone who played professionally for 20 years and retired from live performing years ago, I still love music. Band-in-a-Box allows me to create fun arrangements which I can sing over or play over. There are THOUSANDS of different variations plus you can enter any chords you like and create any chart. It's also great for creating background tracks for videos and audio content for websites, training etc. And like everything else in the world . . . it may not be right for everyone. For those who love music and don't have the time to shed five or six instruments it's way cool."
-Vinnie R.

"This program has completely changed my playing for the good. I can experiment with playing chords and leads over various scenarios that I can quickly create and change. Love this program. I use it nearly every day."
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"I bought my first version in 1994 and have progressed to 2018 version. I use it to create backing tracks for live music performance. I currently have over 2,000 songs performance ready. If you can and type, and use mouse it will work for you."
-Roger M.

"The premiere reason for me for buying this program; it has given me the freedom to fully complete the foundation for my songs without the confinement of limited minded musicians. After the song concept is complete, it can then be presented those musicians to play as a cover song. Also writing a song with a band gives them partial ownership of your idea... not cool... especially since they may have fought your idea every step of the way.. Every member of an organized band should own a copy of this program to compose or to even give legitimate composition alternatives to the original songwriter."
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Thanks everyone!

Support for ABC Notation Format in Band-in-a-Box® 2018 for Windows!

ABC notation is the simple text-based notation system used by musicians worldwide to store chords, melody, and lyrics of songs. Now with Band-in-a-Box® 2018 for Windows you can open and save songs in ABC notation format!

To save the song in ABC notation format, press the [Save As] toolbar button and choose Save as ABC notation file from the menu. Once opened, select a track that you want to save and choose your other criteria - The [Copy to clipboard] button will copy the file to the clipboard (that you can then paste it into other programs). The [Save as File] button will let you type a name and select the destination in your hard drive.

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If you tried to search for a popular song and this feature didn't offer you any listings, we'd love it if you'd let us know in our Wishlist forum here.

Posting your requests to this forum really does work - we used it to increase the database with the Band-in-a-Box® 2018 release!

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