OAX Style / Accompaniment Section #2

We take a closer look at how to build a Style Sequence using the new Style Sequencer feature. Over the next few videos, we will complete a tune and show you the steps as we go.

9 thoughts on “OAX Style / Accompaniment Section #2

  • 08/11/2020 at 08:19
    Permalink

    Paul, you are correct regarding importing MIDI files into OAX. Once there, you can play them via the style section of the organ. However, the OAX editing functions are limited to volume, patch, and tempo changes only. If you want to add or delete tracks or work with individual MIDI events, you need to be working in an external DAW.

    Reply
    • 08/11/2020 at 13:17
      Permalink

      Thanks Curt – sounds like all roads seem to lead to DAW so that’s the route I need to pursue. A whole new world of exploring to do !

      Reply
  • 08/06/2020 at 15:37
    Permalink

    Sezione OAX Style / Accompaniment # 2,
    I would like to know if this arranger is for sale and how much it costs.
    thanks good job

    Reply
    • 08/07/2020 at 08:24
      Permalink

      Hi Francesco,

      In this video, we are showing a feature of OAX called “Style Sequencer.” It isn’t available as a separate piece of software. OAX is the heart of the latest Wersi organs. Not sure where you are located, but you can check here to find out a few places that sell the products. http://www.wersi.net/en/haendler.html

      Please feel free to ask questions here, and if we don’t have the answer, someone that follows along will.

      Reply
      • 08/07/2020 at 12:18
        Permalink

        Hi Curt

        Interesting video which has set me thinking. I was hoping the Wersi had a MIDI sequencer you could use to record and edit performances rather than just editing styles but this may offer a compromise.

        Other than using a mouse and the keyboard to programme each bar, is there a way to play live and record your own style for a whole piece (ie rather than programaming a few bars and looping the same few bars) by playing each of the parts live and building them up eg programme the drums for the whole piece first, then play back and add bass, then play back and add ACC 1, then ACC2 etc ?

        Reply
        • 08/09/2020 at 11:02
          Permalink

          Paul – Simple answer, Nope! At this point, you can transfer a MIDI file to OAX. Once there, you can edit volumes and change the sounds. Of course, if you go down the DAW path discussed in some of the other threads, you would edit all of that in the DAW before transferring the sequence to OAX.

          Reply
          • 08/09/2020 at 11:05
            Permalink

            Let me add to that and say you could select a style, fire up the audio recorded built-in to OAX, and play all the various chord changes, fills, breaks, etc. Once complete, save that and play along with it. A little different than using MIDI to create a backing track.

          • 08/10/2020 at 15:15
            Permalink

            Thanks Curt

            Shame !! So I could edit a MIDI sequence in a DAW and then import into OAX to play it as well as editing it?

            I was also going to ask how to use the MIDI sequencer function so it sounds like you have to get a MIDI file from another source where you can then edit it in OAX?

            I was trying to understand the different options in OAX and how they’re each used – Style, MIDI sequencer, Style Sequence edit?

  • 03/14/2020 at 11:36
    Permalink

    good morning, I would like to try it. I would like to know how much it costs to download your software. Thanks Good job

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.