Accompany Humming or Singing
-- Tutorial for AthTek DigiBand V1.7


This tutorial tells how to company your singing or humming.

Step 1 Run auto accompaniment wizard

Click 'Accompay your humming' button to open accompaniment guide window.

Step 2 Record singing or humming

Set bpm for the song. The bigger the number is, the faster the rhythm is.

Click and DigiBand will start countdown four beats.

After 'GO' shown, you can start singing or humming. Please make sure you sing rhythmically to ensure the quality of the accompaniment.

Click 'OK' when you are done.

After few seconds, you will see the recorded wave.

You can click to play the imported melody.

Step 3 Recognize chord

Click button to recognize chord. DigiBand will identify the Bpm, Key, Scale and chords for each beat.

Note: You can also set bpm, key, scale, and chord manually. Simply click on each section, and choose from the drop-down lists.

Step 4 Setting emotion and instument

Choose emtion from drop-down list.

Choose melody and genre from the drop-down list for instrument.

Click to refresh instument structure.

Click to add a instrument.

Click to delete a instrument.

Step 5 Generate accompaniment

Click button, and DigiBand will generate accompaniment automatically.

Click to play it.

You can also modify each track by click .

Step 6 Save and export

Click to save the project for further modification.

You can also export it as .mid, .wav, .vsqx, .ust and .nn file by click on toolbar - Export.

AthTek DigiBand

An intelligent music software application for Windows. It can automatically generate music compositions by one click. It can also improvise accompaniments to audio files, solo singing or computer keyboard playing. It enables users to create original music easily in seconds.

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  • The program is really awesome!!!! ... The unique charakteristik of the program is its straight structure and simplicity to use, no other program I have tested so far in this area is comparable in this point, stay with that no matter what happens and what anybody may ask for!
    --------- Richard Schönfeld in German

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