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Making a wav file with Band in a Box

From time to time I still hear of people that would like to be able to make a backup track that they can burn on a CD and be able to play along with. There is nothing hard about doing this providing you have the setup and have certain things set right to begin with. I use Band in a Box for all my rhythm tracks and there a lot of people who have it and still have no idea how to do this. To all of those people that are having problems, don't feel bad at all, every one has to start somewhere and if I can help take the guess work out and the pit falls that can happen along the way, then I'm more then happy to do it. You can always email me with any questions and I'll get back to you with the answers, providing I know what the answers are. I will tell you that if I don't know the answer to a question, I'll find out first and then get back to you. I will never give you some kind of bs if I don't know an answer. This would do neither of us any good. I would ask that you be patient with me when waiting for a reply to any question as there are only 24 hours in a day and I need time to practice as well as keep this web site up and going.
Start by going from left to right on the pics as they are in the order of the steps that should be taken.

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Making a wav file with Band in a Box via VCS3

           

     

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