Join Julio Appling for an in-depth discussion in this video Accompaniment styles, part of Real Books and Digital Accompaniment Tools for Musicians.
- [Instructor] Once you've created your lead sheet,…it's time to apply a style to your song.…Right now I'm working with a blues chart…with piano tri instrumentation.…I'll play a selection of it now.…(blues music)…I like it, but I'd like to kick up the intensity some.…I'll browse my style options with the style picker…found by clicking the magnifying glass button…to the left of the style, or by pressing shift+F9.…
From this window I can browse the full list…of available styles.…There's a lot to see here so let's take a quick tour.…Styles are listed in the table…in the middle of the window.…The total number may vary depending…on you Band in a Box version, add-ons,…and custom styles.…But my list contains 863 items,…as you can see, in the bottom left below the window.…You can scroll up and down and browse this list…and also double click to hear previews.…(ballad music)…(pop music)…When you click on a style,…the memo area below displays information…about your selection, such as,…the meter, related styles, audio samples,…
- Accompaniment styles
- Playback options and settings
- Drums and tracks
- Band in a Box
- iReal Pro
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1. Real Book
2. Band in a Box
3. iReal Pro
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