#1
Hey UG,

Just wondering,is it possible to take the guitar track out of the original music file to make a backing track?Is there a programme that does it??

Thanks UG
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#2
No you would need the original tracks for the song which would, at least to my knowledge be next to impossible to get unless the artist has released them.
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#3
Nope.
The only way to do that is if you have a 5.1 mix - assuming guitar is entirely it's own channel, and then you'd need a hefty amount of software to get that going.
#4
I think the Vox Jamvox recording thing can do this but I think it is fairly expensive.
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#5
You'd need to to be in tracks already, so no.
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#6
guitarbt.com

This site has a number of free downloadable backing tracks.
#7
There are a handful of programs and gadgets that claim to be able to do it, but I"m highly doubtful. The only real way to do it would be to get your hands on the original master tapes and make a new mix. That's not going to happen.
#9
In other words
Find already done tracks, you're likely not gonna be able to do it.
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#10
Hey, I'm in the search of a software that allows you to slow down the music so i can transcribe some solos that I'm working on. Do you have any suggestions?
#11
Audacity, or download TuxGuitar and you can slow down the tabs. (GuitarPro is better but you have to buy it)
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#13
Your best bet is looking for the master track of the guitar part of the song you want to use in torrents and such, if you're into that sort of thing.