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2018/03/21 03:59:40 (permalink)

Which Instruments should Bandlab update?

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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/03/25 01:17:14 (permalink)
It would be very nice to be able to add a "bar" in the middle of the song without having to drag all the recording around to make space.  (hope it's clear)  :/  
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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/03/25 02:34:17 (permalink)
I'd love if they updated Pentagon.
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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/03/25 03:58:09 (permalink)
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It would be very nice to be able to add a "bar" in the middle of the song without having to drag all the recording around to make space.  (hope it's clear)  :/  



That function is actually covered in Ripple editing feature. But then again this thread is not about asking for features..

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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/03/27 15:18:19 (permalink)
Would be great to improve Session Drummer with the possibility of editing the MIDI input options, multiple audio outputs, and lots of new drumkits.
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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/03/28 05:56:05 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Internalized Sun 2018/04/03 18:27:53
I would love to see a 64bit SFZ+.
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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/03/28 15:36:51 (permalink)
TTS-1.
 
It is a polyphonic, multi-timbrel instrument that is GM, GM2 and GS compatible. Many people use it as their go-to starting point for listening to or creating MIDI tracks. The company formally known as Cakewalk is the only entity that has that midi player. While similar tools maybe available none have the ease of use and versatility factors that TTS-1 brings to the table.  What I'd like to see:
  • Add XG compliant voices.
  • Refresh existing voices.
  • Update GUI to reflect the new DAW name.
  • Add capability to open app using preset settings instead of standard settings.
  • Add capability to build, save and use custom drumset created using existing voices.
  • Add capability to "assign" one or more channels to sf, sf2 or sfz soundfonts.
  • Add channel 10 (drums) automated mixer.

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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/03/28 23:21:57 (permalink)
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TTS-1.
 
It is a polyphonic, multi-timbrel instrument that is GM, GM2 and GS compatible. Many people use it as their go-to starting point for listening to or creating MIDI tracks. The company formally known as Cakewalk is the only entity that has that midi player. While similar tools maybe available none have the ease of use and versatility factors that TTS-1 brings to the table.  What I'd like to see:
  • Add XG compliant voices.
  • Refresh existing voices.
  • Update GUI to reflect the new DAW name.
  • Add capability to open app using preset settings instead of standard settings.
  • Add capability to build, save and use custom drumset created using existing voices.
  • Add capability to "assign" one or more channels to sf, sf2 or sfz soundfonts.
  • Add channel 10 (drums) automated mixer.




That is a nice idea, however I think that Roland may still control the IP for that product. 
 
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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/04/14 13:44:43 (permalink)
TTS-1 was one of the few instruments BandLab included in the release, so maybe it was just Roland branding.

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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/04/15 22:23:00 (permalink)
Magic Russ
TTS-1 was one of the few instruments BandLab included in the release, so maybe it was just Roland branding.




That is good news! 
 
The TTS-1 may have been a bit more than Roland branding, however, as it was based on the Edirol VSC (Virtual Sound Canvas).
 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_Sound_Canvas
 
https://www.soundonsound....ng-sonar-4s-tts1-synth

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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/04/18 12:41:50 (permalink)
Pentagon please.
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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/04/18 13:51:39 (permalink)
Well my vote would be with continued development of Rapture Pro and Z3TA+2, since those are the ones I tend to use the most, and I already own them. Also they're all the ones Bandlab is most likely to be able to sell as add on products, since they're the most modern and relatively established in the market. But I'm not against revamped versions of some of the older properties.

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Re: Which Instruments should Bandlab update? 2018/04/20 23:14:27 (permalink)
I'm in no hurry to see a new version of Z3ta+ as I think it's pretty complete.
 
On the other hand, Pentagon I could use a bit of work.
 
Similarly, while I enjoy Rapture Pro as a preset player, they need to rework the interface.  If I make any soundsets for that one, it's far easier to do most of the work in Rapture classic.

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