Note: for you Dead Heads, there are 6 songs in the BeatBuddy folder format (import once vs importing each song individually). From the BBM menu File > Import > Folder Grateful_Dead.pbf
All songs have DOP, OPB & OPBk unless otherwise noted.
- Eyes of the World
- Franklin’s Tower (DOP, OPB & OPBk—two piano versions)
- Sugar Magnolia
- Casey Jones (OPBk only)
- v1 Standard Pro
- v2 NP Standard Pro Bass
- v3 & v4 various kits with keys
- Beta BeatBuddy Manager version ≥1.6b
- Firmware > v1.8.5 (recommended)
Includes: DOP, OPB, OPBk versions of each song & chords & lyrics
All I can find in here is chords & lyrics…No beats…maybe I am misunde4rstandind something
Should also be another file. Use the BBM > File > Import > Folder process.
Nope just chords and lyrics…I have imported many files…so I understand the process ….after extracting all I get are pdf.files
got it ….my laptop was reading it as a document…threw me off…
thanx again guys
Any chance you feel like cooking up Scarlet Begonias?
I’ll see what I can do. Depends on a good MIDI source.
EDIT: I had this song queued up many moons ago but was just never happy with the MIDI source file and my lack of skill which sadly to say, haven’t improved much since way back then. I found a decent MIDI source file though and so gave it another shot. I added it as a separate post here: Scarlet Begonias OPB
I don’t have a beatbuddy but would really appreciate it if someone could upload a midi version of the files.
check out this
you can separate the instruments put them in Reaper and get a good midi track .
If you don’t have the Guitar Pro 7 app, you can use TuxGuitar (freeware) to export a Guitar Pro file to MIDI.
Sorry, I no longer have the MIDI source files for these songs. I found most of them by searching online. Some of them might have been from commercial sources (I don’t recall which ones but in any case, that might be why I did not include the MIDI files).
You could download and install the BBM app, import the folder and then use the BBM to Export to MIDI the loop that contains the song; keep in mind that contents of the file will have been transcribed to work for the BB—meaning the bass guitar will have to be lowered by 5 octaves).