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simon73  
23 Feb 2008 15:57 | Quote
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Hello all
I think may have been asked before if so I am sorry but with out a search on the forum I have to repeat the question

is they any software that I can download or buy for my computer that will take off the drums, bass and other instruments leaving me with the guitar part.
Guitarslinger124  
23 Feb 2008 16:54 | Quote
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tascam makes something like that....buts its hardware not software....
soy.el.che  
23 Feb 2008 17:59 | Quote
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about bass... what i do is that after i record a clean bas track with my guitar i lower the tone one octave and it gives the feel of a bass... about the drums. ive been looking for that for some time
deefa  
24 Feb 2008 10:18 | Quote
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What exactly are you trying to achieve Simon?

I mean, are you trying to isolate guitar parts from CD's for instance?
Doz  
24 Feb 2008 18:38 | Quote
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I think he is. I didn't think that possible (at least no perfectly) due to the mixdown in production. They'd have to be seperate tracks for you to isolate them. An alternative is midi (maybe even with real sound plug ins) to get one part, but it won't be exactly the same as the recording.
EMB5490  
24 Feb 2008 19:00 | Quote
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lol i do tht with my i pod. if i pull the thing tht goes into the i pod out in a way tht its just barely in the ipod, it blocks out the singing and keyboards and leaves me with guitar and drums, sounds really cool, especially on welcome 2 the jungle.
blackholesun  
24 Feb 2008 19:30 | Quote
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Guitar Pro is midi based but you can download guitar pro files from the internet and play just the guitar parts or everything if you wish.
Doz  
25 Feb 2008 08:45 | Quote
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emb5490: That'll be because of the mixing. The tracks you're listening to have instruments panned to the left and right, and when you pull the headphone jack out a bit only half of it is making the connection.
EMB5490  
25 Feb 2008 15:38 | Quote
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ye lol now tht i listen again i hear the singer and keyboards in backround. they sound weird yet cool.
deefa  
25 Feb 2008 16:34 | Quote
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If you scout around, you can sometimes find backing CD's that go with these "Play like (whichever guitarist)". On these they often isolate the guitar part by 'panning' either left or right with your balance control.
Otherwise you might invest in some of the 'convert your old records and CD's software'(IE Magix or Nero). It won't entirely isolate the instruments you want, but it will get you fairly close by way of graphic equalisers and filters.
Hope this helps.
deefa  
26 Feb 2008 06:13 | Quote
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GS. said:-

"tascam makes something like that....buts its hardware not software...."

Are you talking about the CDGT Guitar trainer (or rather the MP3 version)? I understand the later models do a karaoke effect that (almost) isolates the guitar.
Guitarslinger124  
26 Feb 2008 13:55 | Quote
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i dont know much about them...but a buddy of mine said he got one and it was pretty decent...just pop in a CD or upload an MP3 and itll will isolate all the tracks for you.


deefa  
27 Feb 2008 08:11 | Quote
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I've had the original CDGT1 since it first came out 2-3 years ago GS. I wouldn't be without it now. My ears aren't quite as quick to pick up as they used to be so I find it an invaluable tool to learning new songs. Bit like a walking stick for a cripple!

( Waits for ribald comments !)


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