Shredder11 wrote:I bought the same thing on Ebay in the summer of 2011 and the whole presentation is lush, plus the software is excellent and always has been. My box is in nice condition too.
gryhrstr wrote:My first BIB was version 4. Later purchased version 5 as well. Don't remember my packaging being as fancy as what you're showing. Just very recently purchased BIB 2014 for the PC. ST was advertised as power without the price. Part of that meant midi I/O/T. So my 1040ST was my first computer. A Roland D20 soon followed. I wasn't in a band or ever part of one so BIB sort of made me into a one man band. Still enjoy playing with this program to this day. In the early years of PG music, you could get midi fake books (disks which had fair reproductions of popular songs on them) and plug them into BIB. If you were a good enough musician (I'm not) you could create your own versions of those songs. They don't really make good fakebooks anymore. Guess the DMCA put an end to that. Still though have a lot of fond memories of this program. Maybe even more amazing is that PG music is still very much alive after all these years.
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