sty for BIAB?

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by fwhone, Nov 4, 2003.

  1. fwhone

    fwhone New Member

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    Just recently starting using "Band in a Box" (great program) and was wonder if there are any other BIAB users out there. I really need help when it comes to creating style files.
    I belong to 2 BIAB groups but they are both pretty bad when it comes to support and I'm hoping to find the BIAB people here on the board.
  2. pohare

    pohare New Member

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    How about this: Get a midi file, extract the instrument part you like, fix it to the chord C in a sequencer (cubase), sync BIAB with cubase, open the styles editor, drop the tempo way down (50), and record. If everything is set up right, Cubase will play the part into the editor for you.
  3. bnjiman80

    bnjiman80 Tangled Up In Blue

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    Itch-e-wowa!



    Dude, this sounds sweet! Does it have to be cubase, or can you record through another sequencer (i.e. Cakewalk?)

    It sounds like you could record a strumming pattern on C, and then get biab to transpose it with the chord changes?

    Thanks for any info! Ben
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