After your purchase your PG Music software serial (passcode) from SudeepAudio.com:
- Redeem it from here >> only
- Log into your (or create a new) PG Music account.
- Click on My Products, and enter your Serial Number as received from us.
- Choose your preferred language using the drop-down menu.
- Click “Add to My Account” and the download links will appear on the screen and will also be emailed to your id registered with PG Music.
How to install?
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Live chat, knowledgebase, FAQs, installation help, etc. also found on the above support link at PG Music.
1. Can I install Band-in-a-Box on Mac OS 10.15 (Catalina) or higher?
Band-in-a-Box 2019 and higher. Yes, Band-in-a-Box is a 64-bit application, so you can install and run it on Catalina.
2. Is the 32-bit version of Band-in-a-Box still included with version 2019 and higher?
The last 32-bit version of Band-in-a-Box is Band-in-a-Box 2018. If you currently have a 2018 or older version of Band-in-a-Box installed, when you install Band-in-a-Box 2019 (or higher) it is saved and renamed to Band-in-a-Box-32bit.app. If you have an Band-in-a-Box hard drive (e.g. UltraPAK) you’ll find a copy of Band-in-a-Box-32bit (2018) in the Data | Backup folder (/Applications/Band-in-a-Box/Data/Backup). To run it, first copy it to the main Band-in-a-Box folder.
This may be useful if you need access something that is only available with the 32-bit version, for example to use a 32-bit audio plugin without installing jBridge.
Incidentally, the Backup folder also contains previous builds of Band-in-a-Box.app if you have installed any patches (2019 and higher). They are compressed as .zip files to save space. Unzip and copy to the main Band-in-a-Box folder if you want to run one.
3. I’ve installed Band-in-a-Box, but when I try to run it I get error messages and the program doesn’t open properly. The errors may refer to folders not being present or writable and/or refer to several missing files.
There are two main reasons this could happen.
– You are running Band-in-a-Box.app outside it’s folder. Band-in-a-Box.app needs to stay inside the Band-in-a-Box folder (/Applications/Band-in-a-Box/). You can make an alias of it if you want to have a shortcut on your desktop.
– The hard drive you have Band-in-a-Box on was formatted with a case sensitive file system. This is not very common. You can check this by selecting the hard drive on your desktop or in Finder, and going to the File menu | Get Info (Command+I is the keyboard shortcut). Apple’s Disk Utility gives you the option to format with case sensitivity. What this means is that file.txt, File.txt, and FILE.TXT are all unique filenames. Band-in-a-Box does not support this, and needs to be used on a case insensitive formatted drive.
Case sensitivity can occasionally be an issue when running Band-in-a-Box from a network drive, with some network devices. Check the settings on the device that’s hosting the network share and/or use smb file sharing protocol instead of afp. This is not common.
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