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Multiple Midi Keyboard Controllers can be used not only for the chords and the melody playing but also to drive the software itself. The most critical actions such as playing/stop, switching style, applying sounds, changing tempo and much more, can all be instructed by your Midi Controllers and optionally by the giglad-remote mobile app.

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The styles are saved in *.mid format based on the MIDI protocol, the songs are saved in *.yaml which is a well known human-readable data-serialization language and both the presets and the programs are saved in JSON. This allows the exchange of all the files that giglad is using with different software products.

A Midi Keyboard Controller is required in order to play live. For low latency, an ASIO/ Core Audio compatible sound card is also advised to be included in your system. You should be aware that the audio processing, in every software, is very demanding in terms of resources. Thus, the better the system in which giglad will be installed, the better the performance will be.

The documentation describes in detail what giglad can do and what giglad cannot do. It is advised to have a quick read on it before diving straight into the software. Giglad has unique features which would be impossible to guess without reading the documentation.

Bandora, our virtual music arranger and composer, was first released alongside the FORTE 10 edition. With this came exciting opportunities to create musical arrangements automatically in just three clicks. You can create entire songs from simple melodies and chords. Bandora provides access to more than 550 styles including:

My opinion is that keyboard arrangers 100% have their place in the music world. Just by hitting a few buttons, you can find yourself with a full backing band behind you. The style in which your band plays with you can also vary tremendously depending on which arranger you get.

This option is often cheaper and it is sometimes easier to setup. This is because the other option requires a computer or a laptop to setup. A keyboard arranger simply requires an amp or a way to hook to a PA and the work of laying out your arrangments.

As all arrangers are different, the best option is to head over to youtube and to watch videos for whichever keyboard you have. The good news is that there are tutorials for pretty much every keyboard you can purchase.

The Korg PA 5x is the newest version of the PA series. This is a streamlined arranger workstation that is great for live and the studio. The interface is a huge selling point and is definitely the nicest I have encountered.

Sounds: Some arrangers sound cheap compared to others. There can be a big difference in the sound department when you jump up in price. As far as sounds go, you want to have as many different sounds and accompaniments as you can get. These will help inspire new ideas.

I want to buy any arranger keyboard only when it comes with all sounds and FX in 24bit/48kHz quality just like Dexibell Vivo. Still all present keyboards include Genos and PAxX are toys sounding compare to Dexibell T2L technology.

I find it interesting you say the Genos is hands down the best arranger. I say this considering how many Pa5x vs Genos reviews are out there from demo/tech players in music stores who disagree. I spoke to a few guys off the record and they all seem to favor the PA5x.

ReChord is an integrated MIDI plugin system that allows your favourite DAW to work as an arranger, with chord detection, real-time auto-accompaniment, keyboard split, global octave, key transposition and much more.

Just write a MIDI pattern in your DAW, drag ReChord into your project, and your pattern becomes a style, just as in a regular arranger. Play or loop the pattern and jam along, by playing chords in real time on your MIDI keyboard, exactly how you would do on an arranger, and the pattern will be instantly transposed to match the chord you play. You can, of course, set a keyboard split and play chords with your left hand and a solo with your right hand, as you do on your hardware arranger.

ReChord also features many advanced functions that you will not find on hardware arrangers. It has a dynamic keyboard split that lets you play both chords and melody anywhere on the keyboard.

Unlike most hardware arrangers, ReChord is sensitive to chord inversions, which can be varied manually or automatically, so that your loop does not sound boring by repetition, but rather comes to life by voicing changes. There is also a special controller that lets you slide the chord inversions up or down, creating complex arpeggios as easily as turning the mod wheel.

@McD said:For typical (Yamaha) arranger styles use "One Man Band". It can load them. Works well as a low costarranger and can output MIDI channels to the best sounds in each category needed.

Joe Maas started many years ago with a single program known as One Man Band. Now Joe has developed an entire suite of MIDI software programs on his web site that solve a variety of keyboard player problems. Below is a brief summary of his current programs. Click on any program name to go to Joe's site for a more detailed description and to download the program.

One Man Band is the software version of the digital music instruments known as arranger keyboards, home keyboards and workstations. It creates auto-accompaniment based on the played chords and it adds auto-harmony to the played melody. Chords and melody can be played in real time in the Live Window, with or without a connected MIDI keyboard controller or pre-entered in the Sequencer Window. It utilizes standard style files compatible with the styles used in Yamaha PSR, DGX and Tyros arranger keyboards. There are thousands of these styles available on internet and the included style editor can be used to tweak existing and create new styles.

One Man Band Originals transforms all (piano, synthesizer) keyboards into arranger keyboards with real time chord recognition. It creates complete MIDI music-arrangements with just simple drag and drop operations. It utilizes, modifies and creates styles in Yamaha format.

Busker is a complete set of tools to create musical arrangements from sheet music (chords + melody staff). It uses Yamaha compatible styles (thousands can be downloaded for free) for auto-accompaniment. Once you enter the song, you can easily play it with many different styles and try different multi voices with auto-harmonies.

MIDI plugins are for Cakewalk/Sonar and compatibles. MIDI plugins also known as MIDI effects (MFX) add extra functions to your Cakewalk sequencer. They can be used in any Cakewalk version that supports MIDI effects, including but not limited to Sonar and Music Creator. Auto-accompaniment and auto-harmony are popular features in arranger keyboards. Some digital pianos now also come with these functions. Auto-accompaniment provides a complete band with drums, bass and other instruments that play according to the chords that are pressed with the left hand on the keyboard. Auto-harmony adds harmonies to the melody played with the right hand, that fit in the chords played with the left hand.

MIDI Programming Language (MPL) is a tool to make changes to MIDI files in batch and to process (send and receive) MIDI messages in real time. You can use it to automate your MIDI file editing work. Or build your own real time MIDI tools, like sequencers or arpeggiators.

Band Minus One is an extremely easy to use accompaniment maker. Just enter a chord sequence and choose a style. You can use the many thousands of styles in Yamaha format that are available on internet. The accompaniment can be recorded to create a CD with backing tracks. The software is meant for singers and all instrument players.

The FOLLOW button lights up. In the software the Arranger will now switch to the next portion of your Project (with the same zoom factor) as soon as the playhead reaches the end of the portion currently displayed. This way, you always see the portion that is currently played.

On your controller, the Follow function affects the displays in Arrange mode (for both SECTION and PATTERN pages), Events mode, Step mode, and Note Repeat mode. Additionally, in Step mode the Follow function affects the pads: With Follow activated, when the playhead has gone across all 16 steps shown by the pads on your controller, the pads automatically switch to the next 16 steps of the Pattern, if any. For more information, refer to Creating Events/Notes.

If you have pressed a dim lit pad, a Pattern is inserted into the selected Scene. If you have pressed an unlit pad, a new empty Pattern is automatically created in the selected Scene. In both cases, any Pattern previously existing for that Group in the Scene will be replaced.

By default, Scenes are named Scene 1, Scene 2, Scene 3, etc. You can rename Scenes and use custom names of your own. Naming is only available from within the software, but any changes will also show up on your controller.

If you use MASCHINE as a plug-in, some hosts will utilize the [Enter] key, as it is mapped to some function of the host software. In this case, click anywhere else in the MASCHINE plug-in window to confirm the name you have entered.

By default the length of a Section is automatically set to the longest Pattern used within the referenced Scene (Auto Length), unless the length of the Section is manually set to a specific bar range (Manual Length). 350c69d7ab


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