if your BIAB is that old, download one of the demo's ( I think it may be version 2006)
You won't have access to the 100's of styles that you get in a megapak, or the new " real drums" (audio loops of live drummers) that work with a number of the styles in vers 2007. Have a listen to some of the demo's on site. The jazz brush & the latin drums sound pretty amazing compared to theoriginal biab drum tracks.
Nowadays BIAB even loads midifiles.
Significance of that didn't hit me till today.
The Melody & Soloist tracks actually each have a 16 track sequencer so midifiles can be edited to a certain degree..
Ok the Intro's have always been pretty poor in BIAB.
I saved one of my psr intro's as a midifile & loaded it into BIAB. Did a bit of tweaking & I have a perfectly good intro for a song.
(I created a "blank" pg style to go with the intro.)
At the end of the intro I can import one of the regular BIAB styles & use it for the rest of the song.
Newer versions of BIAB you can have multiple styles in a song.
Anyway if you get a chance check it out.
Originally posted by miden:
yes all my previous experiences with BIAB, and that goes back to version 2, have been a lot of fun...i have never considered using it live, but perhaps with OMB and BIAB together with midis would make a brilliant combination....BTW i'm with you on the jammer live issue, if only they would update it to a version 2 it would just about blow anything else away....