Re: [BossBr] Re: Bought a keyboard for a fiver.
- You could get a program like ABCedit or Tabledit and writeout the music
in either ABC format or Tabledit format and let the computer play it back.
and others along this line
Angus Manwaring wrote:
> On 05-Aug-07 22:22:05, sixtyfourguitars said
> >The BR-600 doesn't have any inputs that are ideal for the signal from
> >a headphone jack, but the Line In jack will probably work. So you just
> >need a cable with a stereo mini phone plug on each end (one end plugs
> >into the Casio's output jack and the other end plugs into the BR's
> >Line In jack). I assume the output from the CA-110 is mono since it
> >only has one speaker. The output jack might be stereo to make it
> >compatible with ordinary stereo headphone plugs (tip-ring-sleeve), but
> >it's probably wired with the same (mono) signal on both sides. So, you
> >only need to use one track on the BR. Recording to 2 tracks would be a
> >waste if it's mono since both tracks would be identical.
> I finally got round to recording some backing keyboards for a track I'm
> messing around with, and it worked just as 64 suggested - many thanks!
> Now all I need is some ability! :)
> But it'll do as a backing for a rambling guitar solo - in a John Carpenter
> kind of way.
> All the best,
> Angus Manwaring. (for e-mail remove ANTISPEM)
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- Jim Coon schrieb:
> You could get a program like ABCedit or Tabledit and writeout the musicThanks for the links! ABC *is* a nice musical notation format.
> in either ABC format or Tabledit format and let the computer play it back.
> http://home. quicknet. nl/qn/prive/ j.coolegem/ abcedit.html
> http://www.tabledit .com/ <http://www.tabledit.com/>
> and others along this line
> http://abcplus. sourceforge. net/ <http://abcplus.sourceforge.net/>
Another interesting approach at producing decent accompaniment is MMA (
Musical MIDI Accompaniment), a kind of poor man's "Band-in-a-Box":
From the website: '"MMA—Musical MIDI Accompaniment" is an accompaniment
generator. It creates midi tracks for a soloist to perform over from a
user supplied file containing chords and MMA directives.'