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#85966 - 09/20/10 02:15 PM [Forum dos Usuários do Band-in-a-Box em Português] Salvar Styles
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Tenho um Yamaha PSR SQ16 que não utiliza os timbres General Midi. Gostaria de saber como salvar os "Styles" do Biab para usar no meu teclado.
Outra questão é saber se a existe algum 'patch Map" do meu SQ.16 que converta os timbres para que eu use no Biab. Tenho o "Instrument Definitions" do Cakewalk.
Agradeço todas a ajuda possivel.
Um grande abraço

#85967 - 09/29/10 08:51 PM [Forum dos Usuários do Band-in-a-Box em Português] Re: Salvar Styles [Re:]
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Para salvar os styles há algumas opções, mas creio que a melhor delas seja salvar um estilo como uma música, já com os acordes que você precise, como .mid ou .smf e transfira diretamente o arquivo para o seu teclado. Outra opção possível é criar um mapa de timbres, opção presente no Band-in-a-Box, onde você pode assinalar os instrumentos na mesma ordem que seu teclado utiliza. Você pode ver se a Yamaha criou algum conversor pra General Midi também...


#296429 - 05/24/15 11:10 AM [Forum dos Usuários do Band-in-a-Box em Português] Re: Salvar Styles [Re:]
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Boa tarde Fábio...cá estou eu novamente, 5 anos após minha pergunta. Fabio, agora estou me dedicando um tempo melhor ao teclado, pois já estou com 7.0 de idade...eheheh. Minha duvida continua com o meu velho Yamaha PSR SQ16. Fábio no Cakewalk 9.0 eu inseri um " Instrument Definitions" e resolvi. No Bb teria que formar um Patch de timbres.O SQ16 a bateria é no canal 16 e o baixo no 15. No general Midi a bateria é no canal 10...aí me comnplicou todo.O SQ16 possui 2 Banks 1 e 2. Perdoe=me pois continuo leigo no assunto, se puderes me auxiliar ficar-lh-ei muito agradecido.

Um grande abraço


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Did you know... the "Plug-in" mode was first launched with the release of Band-in-a-Box® 2010 for Windows!

With the 2010 "Plug-in" mode, Band-in-a-Box® opened as a small always-on-top window, and acted as a plug-in for your favorite DAW/sequencer, so that you could Drag-and-drop MIDI and audio (WAV) tracks from Band-in-a-Box to your favorite sequencer. You could work in your favorite sequencer, type a progression in Band-in-a-Box, and then simply drag the track from Band-in-a-Box to your sequencer’s track at the desired track and bar location.

To learn more about the new features that were launched with Band-in-a-Box® 2010 for Windows, check out Band-in-a-Box® 2010 "Plug-in" mode feature highlighted in our Band-in-a-Box® 2010 New Features Video at 10:50!

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#TipTuesday - The Band-in-a-Box® 2020 Feature Browser!

Don't underestimate the power of the Feature Browser added with Band-in-a-Box® 2020! This is a GREAT resource when you "know that you knew a feature" but just can't quite remember how to find it!

Simply click on the [?] at the top of the program (near the Mixer on the right) to launch this feature. From there, simply type in your query, or choose from the long list that appears in the Feature Browser window. If you're typing it in, you'll see that list change to only show the results that could fit your search - once you find what you're looking for, you can read more about it when you choose [Manual], if there's a video for the feature you can choose [Video] to view it, OR - if you don't need to read about the feature and just want to USE it, choose [Do it] and you're all set!

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Did you wait too long to purchase flowers, a card, or book a restaurant for Valentine's Day? Or, maybe material gifts just aren't your thing?

Why not whip together a song in Band-in-a-Box? It's as easy as typing in some chords, choosing a style, and pressing play!

Or, take it a step further with the help of the Audio Chord Wizard and our StylePicker Song Titles Browser feature!
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