Band in a Box 2017 introduced a new, compact viewing mode for its classic toolbar. Julio Appling provides a general overview of the new layout, highlighting differences from the classic version.
- [Instructor] There are three modes…for viewing the Band-in-a-Box toolbar,…classic view, condensed view,…and digital audio work station mode.…New in Band-in-a-Box 2017,…the condensed view, provides more viewing area…for your chords and lead sheet.…The classic mode, which you'll recognize,…if you're familiar with previous versions of Band-in-a-Box,…puts much of your functionality up front,…where you can see everything.…Digital audio work station mode,…is used when employing Band-in-a-Box…as a plugin for other software.…For this video,…I'll use the condensed view,…while occasionally switching back to the classic view,…for reference.…
The song area, displays the song name and information,…such as length, key, time signature, and tempo.…Next to the tempo button,…you can choose a percentage…by which to adjust the tempo,…or tap the tempo buttons.…Clicking the song button,…brings up a window to locate saved songs,…while the drop down on the right…displays options for opening songs.…Likewise, the style button…opens the style picker dialogue,…
- Accompaniment styles
- Playback options and settings
- Drums and tracks
- Band in a Box
- iReal Pro
Skill Level Intermediate
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Music Theory for Songwriters: Rhythmwith David Franz1h 35m Beginner
1. Real Book
2. Band in a Box
3. iReal Pro
4. Other Digital Accompaniment Tools
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