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PG Music Band In A Box 2006
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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 2006Published on 12/30/05 at 18:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Installation is no problem, for my part I installed the 2006 over the 2005 version (I advise to users of version 2005 to do the same to the plugins installed concerver or additions made on previous versions, and unavailable or no longer available on this release) that this amounts to updating, for a complete installation is just as easy.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The configuration used does not require high power Band In A Box has always been a bit resource-intensive application, however, now with the possibility of using virtual instruments (VSTi) and ASIO2 will need to be careful because if it is If these instruments they require more resources for the use of streaming (so fast h…
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    Installation is no problem, for my part I installed the 2006 over the 2005 version (I advise to users of version 2005 to do the same to the plugins installed concerver or additions made on previous versions, and unavailable or no longer available on this release) that this amounts to updating, for a complete installation is just as easy.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The configuration used does not require high power Band In A Box has always been a bit resource-intensive application, however, now with the possibility of using virtual instruments (VSTi) and ASIO2 will need to be careful because if it is If these instruments they require more resources for the use of streaming (so fast hard drives and large memory (1GB minimum).
    I tested Band In a Box with Steinberg Hypersonic 2 (GM Module) and Native Instruments Bandstand and I must say that I have a preference for Bandstand which has brushes kits widely used in BIAB styles of jazz.
    Attention, however, properly handle the delays putting sounds a little time to load (program change)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since its release which is now one month, the biggest improvement in this version is undoubtedly the ability to use VSTi that was sorely lacking on previous versions and required the use of external modules GM to keep a more realistic virtual GM modules being up there is very little time convincing.
    What I like least is certainly the interface that is a little older and has not changed for ages at the same time it is also an advantage for those familiar with the product from one version to the other there is no need to use réaprendre.
    The value for money is perfectly fine and trade policy in this area PG Music has always been simple no price protection and very tight.
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  • EsperluetteEsperluette

    PG Music Band In A Box 2006Published on 01/14/06 at 09:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No problem, no problem during installation of Band in a Box 2006.
    Information about the program are of total clarity.

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>New in BAND IN A BOX 2006 (Windows version)
    Management ASIO 2 to exploit virtual instruments with extremely low latencies (5 10 ms) - Supports VST / VSTi
    DIFFERENT dinstruments acceptance in the sub-styles
    Better interactivity of playback - Possibility to use the keyboard of the computer or MIDI keyboard ones dun - To run certain actions: closure of a portion of the song, jump to another Section - New Auto Ending
    Window with virtual keyboard to type dditer the Piano Roll squence with more ease and precision
    Guitar enriched w…
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    No problem, no problem during installation of Band in a Box 2006.
    Information about the program are of total clarity.

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>New in BAND IN A BOX 2006 (Windows version)
    Management ASIO 2 to exploit virtual instruments with extremely low latencies (5 10 ms) - Supports VST / VSTi
    DIFFERENT dinstruments acceptance in the sub-styles
    Better interactivity of playback - Possibility to use the keyboard of the computer or MIDI keyboard ones dun - To run certain actions: closure of a portion of the song, jump to another Section - New Auto Ending
    Window with virtual keyboard to type dditer the Piano Roll squence with more ease and precision
    Guitar enriched window: Alternate Guitar Tunings - The bends are Dornava visible on the fretboard
    Possibility to play with the function dharmonisation Through the fourth of the votes
    New conventional graphic symbols for the Jazz agreements SPECIFICATIONS
    New device Vocal Wizard to transpose to the Tone squence most fits the tessitura of the voice
    Based TC-Helicon Audio Harmonies amliore
    Track Stereo or mono audio denregistrement with VU-meters - Edit audio nondestructively
    Possibility to place multiple lines of lyrics on the score
    Big Lyrics window offers the possibility to display chords and scores on lines spares
    Many in the notation amliorations - Prsence new symbols (crescendo, letters section, legato, accents ...)
    </span>

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I have a decent PC and well in every respect. No need for a "box of race."
    As usual, the software runs like clockwork ... Saying anything, Band in a Box gal itself with innovations like using apprciables VSTi virtual instruments. This is a major advance that offers new perspectives rjouissantes.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Hou la la! I use Band in a Box from ... Premire all its versions of Atari and also under MS DOS. Contrary to another opinion published here, I like the BB interface. Old-fashioned? Can be ... Yet since the 2004 version, the graphics retouch t deep. I think the contrary, everyone - beginners and experts alike - find it and each new version, it seems to find an old friend, an old friend ... Fidler
    To paraphrase Verlaine - he will forgive me! - I say that with Band in a Box is ...
    ... The music first.
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  • CharlyGCharlyG

    PG Music Band In A Box 2006Published on 12/27/06 at 03:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Aprstlchargement direct installation without problem on the site of pgmusic.
    Personally, I chose the version of the program fr, even if the translations are sometimes a bit risky.
    it remains all the same in this simple franais in English.

    The installation guide for the selection of pilots and other configurations are clear and easy to use.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Configuration: AMD Athlon XP 2800 +, 1GB ram, sound card Terratec Phase22

    the software runs without problem with a. Trs stable

    OVERALL OPINION

    I choose the version prfr megapak for the totality of styles and soloists on offer by PG Music.
    I rarely use the soloist, for cons I like to play with the g…
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    Aprstlchargement direct installation without problem on the site of pgmusic.
    Personally, I chose the version of the program fr, even if the translations are sometimes a bit risky.
    it remains all the same in this simple franais in English.

    The installation guide for the selection of pilots and other configurations are clear and easy to use.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Configuration: AMD Athlon XP 2800 +, 1GB ram, sound card Terratec Phase22

    the software runs without problem with a. Trs stable

    OVERALL OPINION

    I choose the version prfr megapak for the totality of styles and soloists on offer by PG Music.
    I rarely use the soloist, for cons I like to play with the gnrateur Młoda the diffrence that I did not ask him to give me a Młoda but simply the accompaniment.

    Despite an interface simple enough (but worn) and a simple to use, I got some bugs with the gnrateur agreements. it helps me get an agreement of a semitone. For example, I choose a Fmaj7 and it makes me a EbMaj7.

    share has nothing wrong. The habitus navigate easily.

    Too bad as they are trans with translations. it takes several months for the translation of the latest version.
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