Results 1 to 7 of 7

Thread: All Band-in-a-Box users...

  1. #1

    Default All Band-in-a-Box users...

    Greetings all BiaB users! In the last 10+ years that I have been using Band-in-a-Box to create backing tracks for various nursing-home and church gigs, as well as for my own home amusement (at my low pickin' level it more like amazement!), I've managed to put together over a thousand BiaB backing tracks, without melody lines, in both midi and Realtracks. I found some of these doing Internet searches through the years, but have edited all to be sure than no melody lines exist. With no intention of copyright infringement or financial reward, and only because I'd like to share what I've learned and created with others, I am trying to put together a fairly comprehensive library of BiaB backing tracks to make available free to all here on the Café. If you have any arrangements that you would like to contribute to this effort, you can send them via email attachments to the email address below, and I would be glad to give honorable mention to your original arrangements in the song notes. A special thanks to Scott T. who assisted me in a challenging mandolin situation a few months back, and to all those great players who share their knowledge here on the forum.

    Early

    mandoasis@outlook.com
    Eastman 815 (rescue)
    2018 BiaB

  2. The following members say thank you to rehmusic for this post:


  3. #2
    Registered User
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Location
    California Central Coast
    Posts
    346

    Default Re: All Band-in-a-Box users...

    Sounds great. I'll be looking for it! Thanks for the effort.
    Ralph
    1984 Flatiron A5Jr; Collings MT; Built an F-style kit
    HogTimeMusic.com // Songs on Soundclick.com
    "What's Time to a Hog?"

  4. #3
    Professional Cat Herder Phil Vinyard's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Location
    Overland Park, Kansas
    Posts
    340

    Default Re: All Band-in-a-Box users...

    I'm all for it! I use Band in a Box a lot as a practice aid. Many thanks!
    Phil Vinyard
    Gibson Jam Master F Standard #12 May 13, 2009
    Gibson Model A #67336 ca. 1921
    Trinity College TM-325 Octave Mandolin
    Freshwater Mandocello

  5. #4
    Registered User Billy Packard's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    Location
    Grass Valley
    Posts
    493

    Default Re: All Band-in-a-Box users...

    I Love BiaB and have used it for practice for at least 15 years.
    Then in the winter of 2017 I booked a whole season of outdoor patio gigs with no-one to play with me. I spent the winter tweaking the various BiaB back up songs and did the whole season alone with my "Magic iPad Band"!! It is a great resource.

    I'll get back to you with some tunes I've done.

    Billy

    billypackardmandolin.com
    Billy Packard
    Gilchrist A3, 1993
    Weber Fern, 2007
    Gibson F4 Hybrid #1, D. Harvey 2009
    Gibson 1923 A2
    Numerous wonderful guitars

  6. #5
    Registered User
    Join Date
    Jun 2018
    Location
    Santa Rosa, CA
    Posts
    56

    Default Re: All Band-in-a-Box users...

    Just sent you one, in mp3 format. (Did you want them in the native BiaB format or are other formats OK)?

  7. #6

    Default Re: All Band-in-a-Box users...

    Thanks for the encouragement! I am separating alphabetically, but with over 7000 BiaB files to review it is taking awhile. If you are looking for a specific song just email me direct at the address below and I'll see if I have it. Just fun things to do for an old picker crowdin' 70!

    mandoasis@outlook.com
    Eastman 815 (rescue)
    2018 BiaB
    Last edited by rehmusic; Feb-07-2019 at 6:15am. Reason: Forgot contact info...

  8. #7

    Default Re: All Band-in-a-Box users...

    Wow... that's a great sounding track! If you could, send the files in the native BiaB format and I'll add them to the collection. Cheers!

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •