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Old Yesterday, 01:57 PM   #1
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Cover song recording

Im wondering what one would need to record a cover but be able to mix the original guitar part out so I can record my own. What program would do this?
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Old Yesterday, 02:50 PM   #2
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These threads pop up so often I think there should be a sticky...

You can't. Simple answer.

The only way to do this is find stems from whatever song it is, and there is a high probability that these stems aren't available.
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Lots of jam tracks available to do this for fun. If you want the original tracks from the original artist it can be done but.... awfully expensive.
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These threads pop up so often I think there should be a sticky...

You can't. Simple answer.

The only way to do this is find stems from whatever song it is, and there is a high probability that these stems aren't available.

This. Well, they wouldn't read a sticky anyway so I disagree with that part


There is no surefire way to reliably remove parts from a stereo recording at present, without having the individual tracks to polarity-invert and cancel out - just combination of various techniques I doubt a beginner could follow, which are used in trial and error to get even passable results.
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