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#452811 - 01/22/18 04:45 AM [Forum des Utilisateurs Français de Band-in-a-Box] De Biab à Real Band
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rv972 Offline

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je souhaite utiliser real band pour enregistrer un accompagnement avec ma guitare. J'ai créé un morceau dans Biab, style bossa avec 3 instruments : basse - piano - batterie. J'ai muté le piano car je ne souhaite conserver que la batterie et la basse.
J'ai enregistré puis , dans Real band, ouvrir ...
le piano est là.
Comment faire pour supprimer la piste piano ?

Faut-il procéder d'une autre manière et écrire les accords directement dans Real Band ?

merci de votre aide.


Biab et Real band 2012.

#452828 - 01/22/18 06:13 AM [Forum des Utilisateurs Français de Band-in-a-Box] Re: De Biab à Real Band [Re: rv972]
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Daniel Donval Offline

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Bonjour Hervé,

Dans BIAB tu désactives la piste piano (image ci-dessous).
Cela devrait résoudre ton problème.
Tiens moi au courant.....



#452837 - 01/22/18 07:00 AM [Forum des Utilisateurs Français de Band-in-a-Box] Re: De Biab à Real Band [Re: Daniel Donval]
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rv972 Offline

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Merci pour ton aide Daniel.
Mais hélas, le piano est toujours dans Real Band.
J'ai trouvé une astuce pour ne plus l'entendre : baisser le volume.
mais ça fait un peu bricolage...

real band1.JPG

#452839 - 01/22/18 07:05 AM [Forum des Utilisateurs Français de Band-in-a-Box] Re: De Biab à Real Band [Re: rv972]
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rv972 Offline

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J'ai trouvé.
En fait, je n'avais pas fait attention aux différentes pistes :
- la ligne du haut, c'est pour le midi
- la ligne du bas, pour les Real Tracks.
J'ai donc sélectionné P dans la ligne du bas, puis Piste --> effacer.
Plus de piano !



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