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Ronnie Boettcher


From:
Brunswick Ohio, USA
Post Posted 6 Aug 2009 5:40 pm     Reply with quote

E-mail sent. Thank you very much Andy
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Scott Howard


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Georgetown, TN, USA
Post Posted 7 Aug 2009 2:34 am     Reply with quote

Thanks very much Andy. This is a great practice aid. I love the fact that you can keep changing the key and get the practice of moving what you know to other keys.
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Andy Sandoval


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Bakersfield, California, USA
Post Posted 7 Aug 2009 3:47 am     Reply with quote

Scott Howard wrote:
Thanks very much Andy. This is a great practice aid. I love the fact that you can keep changing the key and get the practice of moving what you know to other keys.


Good point Scott. I also like to loop a certain section of a song to practice different licks or maybe work on a certain part of a song that's givin me a hard time by slowin it down until I can play the part in question then increasing the tempo until I can play it smoothly at the right tempo. Smile
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Jerry Scoope


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Denver,Colorado, USA
Post Posted 13 Aug 2009 3:42 pm     Reply with quote

Andy,
Thanks for the files Great songs
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pdl20


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Post Posted 16 Aug 2009 9:55 pm     Biab Reply with quote

sent you an e-mail
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Tamara James


Post Posted 17 Aug 2009 7:00 am     Reply with quote

Andy,
Your BIAB files are great! Thank you so much for putting them together. I found the very one I was looking for.
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Andy Sandoval


From:
Bakersfield, California, USA
Post Posted 17 Aug 2009 2:00 pm     Reply with quote

Your welcome Tamara, and again thanks to all that have requested my files.

I recently upgraded my BIAB from 2004 to 2009.5 and it's awesome to experiment with the RealTracks and RealDrums. I've been able to make a good soundin file sound lots better by replacing some of the midi tracks with better soundin instrument tracks. It's great practicing with better soundin drums, bass and the acoustic rhythm guitars sure sound good too.
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Bob Owens


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Georgia, USA
Post Posted 18 Aug 2009 2:56 pm     BIAB Tracks Reply with quote

Andy... Great Job with the Tracks !

Way much better than I could do !

Like the Bass lines and Chord changes... just perfect.

Thanks again !
-bob
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Andy Sandoval


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Bakersfield, California, USA
Post Posted 18 Aug 2009 3:41 pm     Reply with quote

Some of the midi tracks just have too much goin on for my tastes and I usually wind up muting one or two of them. A good bass line some drums and a some simple rhythm is what I go for. A little tweaking with RealDrums and RealTracks really makes those files sound better. Smile
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Terry Niendorf


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Boise, Idaho
Post Posted 18 Aug 2009 10:34 pm     Reply with quote

Great looking list...
Pleze send...and thanks
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Rose Sinclair


From:
Austin, TX, USA
Post Posted 19 Aug 2009 7:44 am     BIAB Country & Some Western Swing Files Reply with quote

Hi Andy-
Thanks for putting these together.
Email sent.

Rose
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Andy Sandoval


From:
Bakersfield, California, USA
Post Posted 19 Aug 2009 1:32 pm     Reply with quote

Thanks guys. I'm glad everyone is enjoying the files.

Terry, if you, or anyone for that matter hasn't received your files just click on my email link and shoot me a request, that way I can reply with the attached zip file. Sometimes I don't notice a request that's posted here. Smile
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Ole Dantoft


From:
Copenhagen, Denmark
Post Posted 21 Aug 2009 8:30 am     Reply with quote

Hi Andy,

Thanks for sending me these songs, they are very nicely made !

Brgds
Ole
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John McConnell


From:
Yuba City, CA, USA
Post Posted 1 Sep 2009 5:51 am     Reply with quote

Thanks a million. I am enjoying and using these already.

John McConnell
Yuba City, CA
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Tim Herbert


From:
Wisconsin, USA
Post Posted 1 Sep 2009 5:48 pm     Reply with quote

Hi Andy - I've finally got BIAB up and running, and test drove a few of your files tonight. They're great, and I really appreciate it! Thanks again.

Tim
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Chris Tweed


From:
Cardiff, Wales, UK
Post Posted 2 Sep 2009 12:54 am     Reply with quote

Hello Andy,

thanks for sending the zip file. These songs are great for practising and learning how to use BIAB.

I think I'm missing some of the styles because I have the basic BIAB package so I may need to invest in some additional styles.

Thanks again,

Chris
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Terry Niendorf


From:
Boise, Idaho
Post Posted 12 Sep 2009 11:46 am     Reply with quote

Hey Andy....

Tried several of the tracks and they are excellent. Thanks for the work.
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Andy Sandoval


From:
Bakersfield, California, USA
Post Posted 12 Sep 2009 1:33 pm     Reply with quote

I tried to keep them as simple as possible by muting unwanted instruments. Guitar or piano, bass and drums is usually all I need to practice with. Thanks again guys for all the nice comments and the offer still stands as long as I receive emails with a request for the zip file. Smile
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Patrick Laffrat


From:
Gemenos, France
Post Posted 14 Sep 2009 7:26 am     Reply with quote

I sent you an email Sandy! Thank you very much
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Phil Newton


From:
Isle of Wight, UK
Post Posted 16 Sep 2009 9:58 am     Re: BIAB Country & Some Western Swing Files Reply with quote

please send files many thnks PHIL
Songs included are:

A11
A Way To Survive
Above And Beyond
Big City
Blue Bayou
Bubbles In My Beer
Buckaroo
Buds Bounce
City Lights
Close Up The Honky Tonks
Cold Cold Heart
Crazy
Crazy Arms
Deep Water
Devil Woman
Faded Love
Farewell Party
Ghost Riders In The Sky
Healing Hands Of Time
Heart Of A Clown
Heart To Heart Talk
Hey Good Lookin
I Can't Help It
I Don't Believe I'll Fall In Love Today
I Fall To Pieces
I Love You So Much It Hurts
I Threw Away The Rose
Invitation To The Blues
La Golondrina
Look At Us
Milk Cow Blues
Nashville To Bakersfield (from Winnie's Book)
My Weakness Is Too Strong
Night Life
Orange Blossom Special
Panhandle Rag
Red River Valley
Redskin Rag
Remington Ride
Right Or Wrong
Rose Colored Glasses
San Antonio Rose
She Thinks I Still Care
Smokin Cigarettes & Drinkin Coffee Blues
So Lonesome I Could Cry
Soft Rain
Someday Soon
Steel Guitar Rag
Steelin The Blues
Storms Never Last
Sugar Moon
Sweet Dreams
Sweet Memories
Teach Your Children
Together Again (Bucks genius really shines on this one) Razz
Tumbling Tumbleweeds
Under Your Spell Again
Walkin After Midnight
You Win Again
Your Cheatin Heart



For anyone that downloads my zip file, if you don't have the C_price8 or any of the Ray Price shuffles that I used in some of my songs just substitute TANTUCKER, or there's a few other shuffles that are also included in most everyones BIAB.[/quote]
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Roger Jacobsen


From:
Illinois, USA
Post Posted 22 Sep 2009 6:12 am     country and swing files Reply with quote

Andy, I have sent you and e-mail
Thanks
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Mack Quinney


From:
Texas, USA
Post Posted 24 Sep 2009 4:05 am     Just ordered BIAB Reply with quote

Andy,
Sent you an e-mail. I just ordered BIAB and would love to start it up with some of your files.

Thanks for sharing!

Mack
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Chuck Brinkman


From:
Nebraska, USA
Post Posted 25 Sep 2009 1:12 pm     song files Reply with quote

HI Andy, Thanks for the songs files.I will make good use of them. Chuck
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Mack Quinney


From:
Texas, USA
Post Posted 26 Sep 2009 4:45 pm     Reply with quote

Andy,
Got the BIAB program today and played the files you sent me all afternoon. Wife wasn't happy, but I had a blast. I knew quite a few of the songs and many in the same key I play them in. Some were new and some were different than the way I play it. Enjoyed the songs all the way around.

Thanks again for the files, they are great to practice with.

Mack
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Andy Sandoval


From:
Bakersfield, California, USA
Post Posted 26 Sep 2009 4:56 pm     Reply with quote

Thanks guys, I'm really happy with the amount of requests I've received since I first offered the zip file. For those who are just startin out with Band In A Box, you can use my files to see how a song is composed and how certain parts such as rests and retards are constructed. Change the key, slow down or speed up the tempo, try different styles add more chords or just replace some of the chords with different chords to see how the song changes. Remember, you can do all the changes mentioned and as long as you don't save the changes the song will stay the same. But most of all, just have fun with them. Very Happy
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