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PG Music Band In A Box 2004
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Software Arranger from PG Music belonging to the Band In A Box series.

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  • Fred160656Fred160656

    PG Music Band In A Box 2004Published on 12/23/03 at 02:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Very easy to install the new version of Band In A Box 2004 can be put over the old version without uninstalling the old useful. (Which keeps your preferences)
    For those who have chosen the version with the supplement MegaPack 16 and 22 of the bundle must install the patch as a result of Band In A Box 2004.
    Only minor complaint for those who like me buy the update for quite some time, the complete user manual does not come with the update only the new functions are shown in a Manual Update.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    PC configuration:
    Windows Xp Pro
    Motherboard: Asus P4P800 Deluxe
    Processor: 2.6 GHz Intel Pentium 4c
    RAM: 2GB PC3200 (4 x 512) winbond
    Sound Card: Creamw @…
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    Very easy to install the new version of Band In A Box 2004 can be put over the old version without uninstalling the old useful. (Which keeps your preferences)
    For those who have chosen the version with the supplement MegaPack 16 and 22 of the bundle must install the patch as a result of Band In A Box 2004.
    Only minor complaint for those who like me buy the update for quite some time, the complete user manual does not come with the update only the new functions are shown in a Manual Update.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    PC configuration:
    Windows Xp Pro
    Motherboard: Asus P4P800 Deluxe
    Processor: 2.6 GHz Intel Pentium 4c
    RAM: 2GB PC3200 (4 x 512) winbond
    Sound Card: Creamw @ re Pulsar 2
    DD 1: Seagate Baracuda 7200-7 (8MB) for the 80GB System
    HD 2: Seagate Baracuda 7200-7 (8MB) 120GB for samples and VSTi
    SD 3: Maxtor SATA (8MB) 120GB for audio

    Very good performance

    Very stable configuration

    NB: Band in a Box does not need a minimal configuration PIII 500 with 256MB of ram is enough

    OVERALL OPINION

    Use since late November of the 2004 version, but for 10 years for Band In A Box (Atari version)
    Improvements in the user interface are welcome on this version
    see the screenshots on the site of PG Music
    https://www.pgmusic.com/images/ss1_2004th.gif
    The value for money is really good for this product

    Some new features compared to the previous version
    * New 32 bit engine
    * Ability to use DXi
    * Audio Vocal Harmony
    * Import midifiles facilitated
    * Indication of times on the score
    * New Window for the lyrics
    * Ability to create hybrid style (with parts from different styles)
    * Supports complex measures (11 / 4, 11 / 8, .....)
    ....

    For the proud owner of the MegaPack version 16 and 22
    soloits of additional (Andy Laverne, Jeff Lorber monstrous ...
    Soloist tompette also very successful
    a total of over 50 new features

    See details on lr https://www.pgmusic.com

    Excellent choice
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  • jekeejekee

    PG Music Band In A Box 2004Published on 04/27/05 at 06:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I encountered no difficulties particulire is when installing and using the program. Only regret: the functions of Fast Fashion new styles by the user seem unclear ...

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I have an old computer, inefficient in terms of current computers. For this reason I am blocked version 12 Band in a Box, but that works with all the satisfaction you want. PC Pentium II - RAM 32 MB memory - 2x4 MIDI Interface - Piano Yamaha P numrique 150-2 Expendeurs Roland.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use Band in a Box as a "factory plans." APRS finally have the structure of a song (Into the until the coda), I export the squence in other software to customize the excess and add (or remove…
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    I encountered no difficulties particulire is when installing and using the program. Only regret: the functions of Fast Fashion new styles by the user seem unclear ...

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I have an old computer, inefficient in terms of current computers. For this reason I am blocked version 12 Band in a Box, but that works with all the satisfaction you want. PC Pentium II - RAM 32 MB memory - 2x4 MIDI Interface - Piano Yamaha P numrique 150-2 Expendeurs Roland.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use Band in a Box as a "factory plans." APRS finally have the structure of a song (Into the until the coda), I export the squence in other software to customize the excess and add (or remove) all parties that I consider useful. Band in a Box has become an indispensable tool DLIR my music!
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