Founded in 1988 by program creator Dr. Peter Gannon, PG Music has grown to have an international standing. A finalist in the prestigious PC Magazine "Award for Technical Excellence" in
1990 for Band-in-a-Box, and a 1995 Editors Choice Award recipient from Electronic Musician, PG Music now boasts a product line of over 30 distinct products.
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See what these artists have to say about Band-in-a-Box.
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Our users love our software and they want you to know.
Here's the latest from the critics.
"The king of backing track creation, in my opinion, is Band-in-a-Box (BIAB). It can do everything from country to jazz to metal, with a huge array of instruments and options.
There is a great selection of songs and BIAB tracks available for free on the web, so you don’t even have to make your own."
Mitch Gallagher, Sweetwater Editorial Director
"As a musician, I can appreciate a good music backing track system. As a podcaster, I am always looking for new ways to enhance my audio and video podcasts. Band in a Box has been
around for 28 years, making MIDI arranged music. With today’s technology, Band in a Box has become a great tool for musicians to get their ideas out."
Jeffrey Powers, Geekazine
"Our conclusion is that this is a very serious and well done piece of software.The program is fast and flawless and you'll very quick get impressive results just typing the name of
the chords. The new functions are exiting and worthy to be included in this anniversary upgrade." (translated)
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