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#442075 - 12/02/17 09:09 AM [Off-Topic] OneManBand guitar
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#442218 - 12/02/17 08:51 PM [Off-Topic] Re: OneManBand guitar [Re: pghboemike]
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I want one!

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#442238 - 12/03/17 01:48 AM [Off-Topic] Re: OneManBand guitar [Re: pghboemike]
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Looks impressive but I wonder how soon (if at all) one finds some limitations.
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#442317 - 12/03/17 09:45 AM [Off-Topic] Re: OneManBand guitar [Re: pghboemike]
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Very clever and creative way of overcoming analog to midi conversion. They use both capacitive reactance and inductive technologies.
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#442353 - 12/03/17 12:45 PM [Off-Topic] Re: OneManBand guitar [Re: Jim Fogle]
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Originally Posted By: Jim Fogle
... They use both capacitive reactance and inductive technologies.


1) Yep I want one, or more, kits)!

but (AND THIS IS NOT A DIG at you Jim just an observation - so no offense meant)

2) The quote from their website "Thanks to our patented capacitive and inductive tech, you can play guitar and hear the piano." IS NOTHING BUT PURE MARKETING HYPE! Sorry. I'm SURE that their IP & DESIGN are patented (or at least applied for)

Being a multi-disciplined certified and trained person (one of which is in electronics) there are ONLY three electronic elements at work in ANY electronic component or circuit from analog tube circuits, to digital circuits and devices, to nanotech electronics.

- resistance
- capacitance (and its associated capacitive reactance Xc)
- inductance (and its inductance reactance Xl)

https://www.clear.rice.edu/elec201/Book/basic_elec.html

Again I'd loved to have one but not for the MIDI, I have lots of MIDI guitar methods, I'm intrigued with their TEMPO and implied "key or mode" keeping it seems to have.

But the other claim is similar to something like "...our patented electron flow allows you to connect your guitar into an amp" (actually my example sounds like a Monster Cable ad - LOL)



Edited by Larry Kehl (12/03/17 12:47 PM)
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Note: If you want to force Band-in-a-Box® to generate tracks without adjusting the Freeze settings, hold down the Shift key as you press the [Generate and Play] button (the fly-by hint will remind you of that) or choose the menu command Play | Play Special | Generate (even if tracks are frozen).

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What does the Download Manager do?
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Learn more about the Download Manager with this tutorial, or check out the topic within the Online Manual.

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Visit the Chord List of our Online Manual, and you'll see all the chords that can be used within the program! The list includes a few Tricky Chords and Shortcut Chords that you may find useful too!

Tricky Chords:
C5b This is "C flat 5." It is spelled this way to avoid confusion.
C2, C5, C4, C69, C7alt, Cm7#5
You can type C-7 for Cm7 (i.e. use the minus sign) or C7-9 for C7b9.

Shortcut Chords
If you enter a lot of songs, you will appreciate these shortcut keys.
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There's even information on how to add your own chord shortcuts - check it out!

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