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#539132 - 06/02/19 04:08 AM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: Jim]
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Originally Posted By: Jim
Really cool sounding...
You play so well & tastefully...
I'm glad you included a link to "The Atlas of Remote" so I could compare the two...
I also really liked that collaboration.


Thanks Jim so glad you liked the song. Yes it really amazed me how Robert was able to reshape the song so it could frame his vocal and lyric.

Originally Posted By: floyd jane
Scott,

Nice to hear the original... It has a "majestic" feel to it. Distinctive.

Sound like a soundtrack for a large army heading into battle...

The Wah is cool!! Enjoyed the listen.

fj


Thanks Floyd so glad you liked the song. Yes the BIAB styles and real track musicians can really be inspirational.

Originally Posted By: edshaw
This could be a lyricist's delight. Keep on truckin!


Thanks Ed Glad you liked the song
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#539161 - 06/02/19 09:27 AM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: Scott C]
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Nice playing Scott,

your choice of players in this works well, esp. the cello

and they are guys that I don't often hear

cool song, your guitar makes it so

enjoyed the listen,

Kenny

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#539177 - 06/02/19 10:51 AM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: Scott C]
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Scott,

Good to hear the original again... I think you added that wah on this version?,and maybe a bit more verb on the lower guitar track.
Interesting to notice now how much quicker Atlas of Remote ended up- the pace here is highly cinematic as others noted.
Very cool.

Robert

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#539376 - 06/03/19 07:02 PM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: Birchwood]
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Originally Posted By: Birchwood
Hi Scott,

That's a very nice solo you did in this song! That is something I must learn one day...
And I liked you used that DOOMED-style as I did with Strnger in my house (second part).
You only slowed it down a bit more. I nearly could sing along.

Bye for now,
Hans




Thank Hans Glad you liked the song. I thought the doomed style was cool. I put up the chords and the key I wanted an just started going through the style and soon as it started to play ideas started popping into my head. Very cool software for developing tracks.

Originally Posted By: PeterF
Scott

Nice tasty playing - some very nice textures and dynamics - wrapped in a pretty melodic phrases.
Nicely done.

Peter


Thanks Peter Glad you liked the song.

Thanks Ember. Glad you liked the song

Originally Posted By: MarioD
Scott, this is definitely movie material, maybe a march for an emperor. Super chops, as always, but your tones took it over the top for me. Great work here.

Robert's vocal is excellent in the collaboration version.

Scott you should be very proud of the original version and both of you should be very proud of the collaboration.



Thanks Mario I am really glad you like the song. I know you like to do allot of experimentation to with your guitar and wind controller. This one was allot of fun to work on and made really special when Robert incorporated his vocal and lyrics with it..
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#539465 - 06/04/19 08:26 AM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: Scott C]
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Really nicely done smile Very well textured, and really cinematic. Very calming and ethereal as well. The way the reverbed guitars hang over the balance give it a dream like quality which I really enjoyed.

Thanks for sharing!
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#539532 - 06/04/19 02:09 PM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: Scott C]
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Nice man! Love that Strat!

Trippy!!

smile
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#540094 - 06/08/19 06:14 PM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: dcuny]
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Originally Posted By: dcuny
As others have said, it's got a very cinematic feel, a slow and steady march forward. Very evocative.


Thank you David Good to hear from you. Glad you liked the song.

Originally Posted By: rayc
Very cool arrangement.


Thanks Ray glad you liked the song.

Originally Posted By: rsdean
Scott,

This is great. I love all the textures and layers. Has kind of a Daniel Lanois vibe which I love.

Bob


Thank you Bob for the very nice comparison. I love Daniel Lanois. Glad you like the song

Originally Posted By: Joe -PG Music
Nice tune Scott! Very much pedal to the metal. Thanks for sharing!


Thanks Joe Yes let the lease out a little :-). Glad you liked the song.





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#540218 - 06/09/19 06:18 PM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: Tangmo]
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Originally Posted By: Tangmo
The kind of piece that puts some ooomph in your step. Cinematic? Yes...but also the soundtrack for the best way to get through a day--calm and purposeful. Good stuff.


Thanks for checking out the song Glad you liked it.

Originally Posted By: Greg Johnson
This is really cool!!! Reminds me of the songs of the 70's.....the longer you listen, the deeper you get. Love the way the drums work with that melody which has kind of a Celtic feel. Wonderful work guys!!! Take care. Greg


Thanks Greg Glad you liked the songs.


Originally Posted By: F.M.M.
wow scott this is awesome work love this eric


Thanks Eric for checking out the song. Really glad you liked it

Originally Posted By: Will Josef
Scott, somehow you are able to put a touching feeling in every note you play... makes it a very nice track to listen to.

Thanks for sharing!
Will


Thanks Will So glad you like the song.

Originally Posted By: Noel96
Hi Scott,

It's great to hear the song before it became "Atlas of the Remote".

You've definitely got a knack for making instrumentals very engaging for the listener. This one was no exception.

I'm really pleased that it engaged Robert to write words because "Atlas of the Remote" is one of my all-time favourites from the two of you.

Thank you for posting this and giving us all an insight into your song's journey.

All the best,
Noel


Thanks Noel for the awesome comments. After I had finished the song I was preparing to release it to the forum but thought I would run it by Robert first and see if he felt it was suitable for lyrics and a vocal. He made a few adjustments to the arrangement just like that he made the song even more special. So glad you liked the song.

Originally Posted By: Rustyspoon#
Scott,
Enjoyed it much. Unusual in a very good way. Got a hint of darkness in it, but listens very well.

Thank you for sharing!

Misha.


Thanks so much Misha for checking out the song. Glad you liked it...
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#540417 - 06/11/19 03:37 AM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: 44kfl]
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Originally Posted By: 44kfl
Nice playing Scott,

your choice of players in this works well, esp. the cello

and they are guys that I don't often hear

cool song, your guitar makes it so

enjoyed the listen,

Kenny


Thanks Kenny Glad you liked the song

Originally Posted By: Robertkc
Scott,

Good to hear the original again... I think you added that wah on this version?,and maybe a bit more verb on the lower guitar track.
Interesting to notice now how much quicker Atlas of Remote ended up- the pace here is highly cinematic as others noted.
Very cool.

Robert


Yes there were a few more elements to this song that were a little different from Atlas of Remote. Very cool to compare the two.

Originally Posted By: Deryk - PG Music
Really nicely done smile Very well textured, and really cinematic. Very calming and ethereal as well. The way the reverbed guitars hang over the balance give it a dream like quality which I really enjoyed.

Thanks for sharing!


Thanks Derek for Checking out the song. Glad you liked it.

Originally Posted By: David Snyder

Nice man! Love that Strat!

Trippy!!

smile


Thanks David the Strat is on of my favorites as well. Gets played allot. Gald you liked the song
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#540445 - 06/11/19 06:54 AM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: Scott C]
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Late getting to the party here, but better late than never I guess!

This is really cool, Scott, well thought out and arranged.

My favorite part is towards the end with the cello with the wha-wha guitar, but it's all good.

Enjoyed!
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#540749 - 06/13/19 10:06 AM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: BlueAttitude]
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Originally Posted By: BlueAttitude
Late getting to the party here, but better late than never I guess!

This is really cool, Scott, well thought out and arranged.

My favorite part is towards the end with the cello with the wha-wha guitar, but it's all good.

Enjoyed!


Thanks Dave Glad you like the song
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#540819 - 06/13/19 05:48 PM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: Scott C]
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Liked what you did with this Scott!! I appreciate how you are becoming more experimental with your guitar sounds as time goes on! Keep on rockin' Thanks, Torrey
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#540953 - 06/14/19 10:13 AM [User Showcase] Re: Changes [Re: Torrey Bliss]
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Originally Posted By: Torrey Bliss
Liked what you did with this Scott!! I appreciate how you are becoming more experimental with your guitar sounds as time goes on! Keep on rockin' Thanks, Torrey


Thanks Torrey for checking out the song. Glad you liked it
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PG Music News
Notation Enhancements in Band-in-a-Box® 2019

Band-in-a-Box® 2019 for Windows was released in December 2018, and included many new features and enhancements - like the enhancements we made to our Notation window!

These include:
-Pressing the space bar plays the song from the current location.
-Double-clicking on the Standard mode Notation window (or on the time line in Editable or Staff Roll mode) plays the song from the current time location.
-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.
-Clicking close to a stave line will put a note on the stave line instead of between stave lines. Previously, you had to click extremely close to a stave line to insert a note on it.
-In the Notation Windows Options dialog, the clefs split point asterisk indicates that C5* is middle C.
-The clefs split point can be set by the spin controls.
-You can quickly enter forced accidentals from the right-click menu.
-A new track type (Drums) is available for the Melody and Soloist tracks.
-Holding down the Ctrl key and pressing the zoom in/out buttons results in finest possible incremental adjustment in size.
-There's a keystroke entry mode -the "N" mode, which lets you enter a melody entirely using keystrokes. The keystrokes are N to enter a note, up/down cursor to change its pitch, and left/right cursor to move the time line.
-A new button in the Print Options dialog lets you quickly print a "chords only" fake sheet. You can also access this from the right-click menu on the Chord Sheet.
-You can now edit any track in the Event List Editor. When the dialog opens, it will show you the MIDI data in the current notation track.


There's detailed information on our 2019 notation enhancements here: Band-in-a-Box® 2019 New Feature - Notation Enhancements

Jump to the Notation topic in our Band-in-a-Box® 2019 new features video.

Band-in-a-Box® Drum Features!

Today is National Drummer Day!
(not to be confused with National Hug a Drummer Day, which is October 10th)

Band-in-a-Box® is a great resource for drummers! Practice with an on-demand back-up band, learn from the Pro's with RealDrums notation (RealCharts, new with version 2019), MIDI drums notation, or play in the Drum Kit Window!

Not a drummer? Add drums to your Band-in-a-Box® project with RealDrums! Whether you're looking for Bluegrass, Blues, Bossa, Country, Dance, Dixieland, Folk, Funk, HipHop, Jazz, Latin, Metal, Pop, RnB, Rock, Soul, Techno, Traditional, Waltz, or World (and variations within) - you'll definitely find what you're looking for in our RealDrums library - there are over 500 available!

Band-in-a-Box® 2019 for Mac Build 315 Update Available!

Attention Band-in-a-Box® 2019 for Mac users - a new FREE patch update (build 315) is available!
Review details and download here

Summary of changes for build 315 (Nov 15, 2019):

Fixed: Exporting MusicXML files was not working.
Fixed: When using "Auto-Hand split Piano track" feature, exported MIDI files contain wrong note durations on the Piano track.
Fixed: Note-based lyrics were not included when exporting MIDI files.
Fixed: User should be prompted to save their song when exiting, if they had added or removed plugins.
Fixed: The Record Audio dialog always says “Track type is Stereo” even if the track type is mono.
Fixed: The [Audio Options…] button in the Record Audio dialog was launching the Audio Devices dialog instead of the Audio Settings dialog.
Fixed: Loops dialog title bar displays wrong track name.
Fixed: Large patch map files are not completely loaded (were limited to 1985 patches).
Fixed: Notation context menu > Edit Section Text… did not do anything.
Fixed: Notation context menu > Insert Section Text… did not do anything.

My Favorite Things - Nudge Chords in Band-in-a-Box®

Love this time saving feature.

Ever fill in the chordsheet fully or for part of song, and then discover you want to add or take away an extra beat or more somewhere in the chordsheet.

Nudge chords (melody) from the Edit Menu is your friend here, the dialog will give you all the options either to remove or add beats where its needed.

Love it.
-musiclover

To learn more about this feature, read the "Advanced Chord Entry and Editing Features" topic when you click here.

Band-in-a-Box® Video Testimonial & Demo - Rodney Gene Junior

Band-in-a-Box® endorsing artist Rodney Gene Junior has shared his latest User Testimonial and Demo with us, and we LOVE it! Not only does Rodney share with the viewer his enthusiasm for our program, he also shares a few examples of how he uses Band-in-a-Box® too - make sure you check it out!

Band-in-a-Box® 2019 Testimonial Video - Peter Torpey

Check out our latest Band-in-a-Box video testimonial, which takes using the program to a whole new level! Peter Torpey is a long time program user who has developed a way to work with the program, even though he's visually impaired - and he wants to make sure that others can too!
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