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#321344 - 11/28/15 12:01 PM [Foro para el usuario de Band-in-a-Box en Español] VST y teclado externo
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Vanguard Offline
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Hola de nuevo:

Carlos, tengo un teclado Korg que quiero conectar a Band in a box, al mismo tiempo que uso los RealTRacks y tambien algún intrumento virtual VST. ¿es eso posible? ¿de que manera debo configurar el programa y mi sistema para que todo funcione?

Bienvenida toda ayuda al respecto.

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#321979 - 11/30/15 11:44 PM [Foro para el usuario de Band-in-a-Box en Español] Re: VST y teclado externo [Re: Vanguard]
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Hola Vanguard, un gusto tenerte de vuelta en el foro,
La integración de diferentes fuentes de instrumentos en Band-in-a-Box es una de sus capacidades más destacadas. Sin embargo en el caso de las pistas MIDI, en Band-in-a-Box deberá seleccionarse una de dos opciones, utilizar los instrumentos VST dentro del mismo programa, o seleccionar la opción de reproducir las pistas MIDI con una fuente externa, en este caso el teclado que mencionas. Pero no podrán usarse ambas al mismo tiempo, para esa función es recomendable importar tu canción en RealBand que posee la capacidad de reproducir las pistas a través de diferentes fuentes de instrumentos.

Finalmente, Band-in-a-Box te permitirá usar los RealTracks al mismo tiempo que utilizas cualquiera de las dos fuentes, la interna con sus propios sintetizadores, o la externa a través tu teclado conectado al sistema.
Las condiciones necesarias en este caso serían las planteadas por tus propios requerimientos, en este caso debes tener los RealTracks disponibles e instalados para el uso en las pistas que selecciones. Igualmente los sintetizadores virtuales VSTi deberán estar ya instalados y reconocidos por el programa, y finalmente, debe configurarse el envío de información via MIDI hacia el equipo externo que va a reproducir la(s) pista(s) seleccionada(s) . Para ello deberás contar con una interface MIDI/USB la cual puede ser separada, integrada a la placa de audio o suministrada por el mismo teclado en el caso de ser USB, o el mismo deberá poseer una entrada MIDI para recibir la señal desde el programa.

Este gráfico te muestra la configuración en la version 2013 del programa:




Como un tip, en el caso de que tengas una especial preferencia por uno de los sintetizadores internos de tu preferencia, o los incluidos los cuales como SampleTank ¡son magníficos! podrias configurar Band-in-a-Box de manera que el programa quede en el modo de uso de sus propios plugins, luego seleccionas la pista y el instrumento virtual de tu preferencia, regeneras la canción y creas una pista de audio de la pista que utilice el VST . Luego puedes insertar ese audio en la pista de audio de Band-in-a-Box. Ahora procedes a configurar de nuevo Band-in-a-Box para que reproduzca las pistas MIDI con el teclado. Al salvar tu canción , Band-in-a-Box guardará toda la información, incluyendo tu pista de audio renderizada desde el VSTi seleccionado.

Esperamos sea de utilidad esta respuesta, esperamos tus impresiones al respecto para que nos cuentes como te fué con esa experiencia multi-tímbrica.

Saludos,

Carlos
P>G Music

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#322186 - 12/01/15 12:28 PM [Foro para el usuario de Band-in-a-Box en Español] Re: VST y teclado externo [Re: CarlosEArellano]
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¡Gracias Carlos por tu clara y gráfica explicación!

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Band-in-a-Box® 2019 for Mac Build 309 Update Available!

Band-in-a-Box® 2019 for Mac customers can download the latest FREE patch update here.

Summary of changes for Build 309:
Fixed: The Chord Builder is disabled if previously opened before using a modal dialog (eg. Style Picker, Set Tempo).
Fixed: The program might crash when selecting RealTracks in the Best RealTracks dialog (eg. #2541).
Fixed: Wrong notes in Oohs and Aahs RealTracks.
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Summary of Changes in Build 2:
Fixed: Sometimes the position of the VST/DX plugs window (even if not visible) would prevent a drop, such as into the drop station, from occurring.
Fixed: When batch converting files, the volume of some file types such as wav/mp3/wma/mp4, etc. would be too low.
Fixed: In Chords Window, you could not enter held chords on Piano track.
Fixed: LeadSheet might not display tied notes on the last bar of a track.
Fixed: Pressing "M" key in Editable Notation to insert a new note at the current time location on the Staff was inserting a duplicate note rather than inserting it above an existing note.
Fixed: Loading in a MusicXML file could result in MIDI notes of zero instead of the currect MIDI notes.
Fixed: Dragging a file into the tracks window didn't always result in the effects slot for the track being setup properly for the file type dragged in.
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Fixed: Ability to load in .MXL (compresssed musicXML file) as well as ability to load normal noncompressed musicXML file with the new .musicxml extension instead of just .XML.
Fixed: Hammer ons, pull offs, and slides are now being saved to MusicXML files.
Fixed: Exceptionally jittery timing indicator in the notation window during playback compared to older versions of RealBand.
Fixed: If the start of a generated section of a song didn't have a chord entered at the beginning of the section, then it could default to a C major chord instead of the most recent chord prior to the section.
Fixed: Potential access violation if song has micro-pegs and multiple notes on a peg.
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Summary of Changes in Build 5 (Oct 10)
Fixed: Sometimes the position of the VST/DX plugs window (even if not visible) would prevent a drop, such as into the drop station, from occurring.
Fixed: When batch converting files, the volume of some file types such as wav/mp3/wma/mp4, etc. would be too low.
Fixed: In Chords Window, you could not enter held chords on Piano track.
Fixed: LeadSheet might not display tied notes on the last bar of a track.
Fixed: Pressing "M" key in Editable Notation to insert a new note at the current time location on the Staff was inserting a duplicate note rather than inserting it above an existing note.

Notation Enhancements in Band-in-a-Box® 2019 64-bit for macOS Catalina

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-A new track type (Drums) is available for the Melody and Soloist tracks.
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-Holding down the control key and pressing the zoom in/out buttons results in finest possible incremental adjustment in size.
-In the Notation Window Options dialog, the clefs split point asterisk indicates that C5* is middle C.
-Notation is much clearer, not jagged, on retina screens.
-The clefs split point can be set by the spin controls.
-The right-click menu in the Editable or Staff Roll mode Notation window has an option to change the current beat resolution. Previously, the only way to do this was to right-click on the time line.
-There is a keystroke entry mode, which lets you enter a melody entirely using keystrokes. The keystrokes are N to enter a note, M to enter a third note, up/down cursor to change the pitch of the highlighted note, and left/right cursor to move the time line.
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Read more about the Notation Enhancements in Band-in-a-Box® 2019 64-bit for Mac here. Watch this feature 'in action' with our new features video - jump to this topic when you click here.

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