In today’s session, I’m going to show you how to make a backing track with Band In A Box. You’ll learn step-by-step how to make a backing track for a song. Not only will Band In A Box makes this a quick process, but we’ll be able to change keys, tempo, and the style of the accompaniment on the fly.
Here’s what you’ll learn…
– How to quickly make a song chart
– The best way to search for a style to fit the song
– How to find the key and change it easily
– The quick method to create an audio play-along track with and without the guitar
And much more…
I enjoy making my own backing tracks. It’s not only fun but it’s a good training exercise as well.
I end up with play-along tracks that I can use for myself or with students to practice chord progressions or for improvising. Any tempo… Any key I desire.
Somewhat to my surprise, several viewers told me they’d like to make their own also… And requested I do a lesson on the process.
I’ve decided to do a special live training session. This means I can show a run-through of the process and then answer your questions. how to make a backing track with band in a box.
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