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#99519 - 01/08/11 05:06 PM [Off-Topic] Re: Thieves and Band in a Box [Re: Pat Marr]
John Conley Offline
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I suspect support is very busy with people who don't understand their computers, operating systems, terminology, and often, music itself.

I shudder at the thought.

Ah, I plugged the black thing in somewhere's here but thars nuttin happenin.

"What does it say on your screen?"

Ah, Toe she ba.

"Where does it say that?"

Right where I'm a readin' it.

OK, does a menu come up?

Whats a menu?

Does it want to load the DVD?

DVD? I'm not watching a movie..man..it's the box band. My son got it and this puter for me at Christmas!

What operating system?

Silence..

Is it xp? Vista? Windows 7?

How would I know?

It's one of those lap tops, but it's on my desk, should I plug it in now?

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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#99520 - 01/11/11 07:37 AM [Off-Topic] Re: Thieves and Band in a Box [Re: John Conley]
John Conley Offline
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I have 'stumbleupon'. I use it for an hour or so every day. Music sites, philosophy, Linux, software development.

Yesterday it served up another file share thing. Showed band in a box 2010.5, all of it. Just download it. Then hang out here for free support.

It's time for a serial number. Not to enter, but when pgmusic finds someone who bought and is giving away say 2010.5 for Mac, which I saw on there a bunch of times, they can check who's it was and send a lawyer after them. Or go after the service that is doing the distribution. In my experience those companies pull the links when confronted.
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PG Music News
Band-in-a-Box® for Windows - User Programmable Functions

But, what if you want to be able to tell the program to do MORE than that?

Head to Chapter 14: User Programmable Functions within the online manual, and you'll learn more about programmable features like:

The StyleMaker
Create brand-new styles or edit existing styles!

Making RealDrums Styles
Template file included! You can either record a drummer, or you can piece together a wave file using drum loops!

The Harmony Maker
Create or edit your own (or existing) harmonies!

The Soloist Maker and The Melodist Maker
Define your own Soloists or Melodists in whichever style you'd like!

The Guitarist Maker
The program will intelligently arrange any melody to a guitar chord solo by inserting real guitar voicings throughout the piece. There are many preloaded Guitarists to choose from, or you can customize existing Guitarists’ settings or make your own Guitarists from scratch using this feature.

#TBT Band-in-a-Box® 2017 Review - Software for Learning Saxophone

McGill Music Sax School posted a video review of Band-in-a-Box® 2017 for Windows last year, stating "I love using software to help learn saxophone. One of my favourite programs is Band-in-a-Box. It's a really powerful tool for quickly making backing tracks I can use for lessons, or my own practice."

Check it out! www.pgmusic.com/?vid=2AgfV7emdLQ

Band-in-a-Box® 2018 for Mac - Importing MIDI Files

Did you know that Standard MIDI files can be read in to the Melodist or Soloist track within Band-in-a-Box? You can use all of the MIDI File, or select channels or a specific range of bars, using these steps:
1. Melody | Import Melody from MIDI File to select a MIDI file from disk using the file dialog.
2. Melody | Import Melody from Clipboard - when the MIDI data is already copied from another program to the
clipboard.

A new window will open, asking for additional criteria - which channels, # of bars to offset..., # of bars to import, include lyrics, include patch changes - and more! Head to our online manual Chapter 10: Working with MIDI to learn more!

YouTube Find - Your First 15 Minutes with Band-in-a-Box

Woody Piano Shack recently got their hands on Band-in-a-Box after a long time without the program - and they're thrilled!!

Check out this video they've shared to their YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/9dxSfwjBvG0

Thanks Woody Piano Shack!

National Dictionary Day - Guitar & Piano Chord Dictionaries

Today is National Dictionary Day!

We offer 2 dictionaries for just $19 each: the Guitar Chord Dictionary & the Piano Chord Dictionary!

Each of these programs are easy to use! Simply choose a root note, select the chord you want to learn, and the Dictionary will play and display the chord!

An Essential Tool for any Musician!

User Tip - Band-in-a-Box® to Reaper: The Basics

Forum user DeaconBlues09 has created a video to demonstrate how easy the process is for them to streamline their workflow with DAWs, particularly Reaper - check it out: click here to watch.

Join the forum discussion.

Train Your Brain with Band-in-a-Box®

National Train Your Brain Day is October 13th!

Open your Band-in-a-Box® program, and you'll find the [Practice] button in the toolbar - it's a GREAT resource!
Minimized your toolbar? Head to Window | Practice Window or ALT SHIFT L to access

In this window, you'll find many options to help you practice, including Ear Training games, access to the Chord Builder and Chord Subs, some helpful tools within the Playalong Features menu, and more!

Train Your Brain with Band-in-a-Box® today!

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