Jordan987
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#1
Are there any free programs like this? Like where the program will play the rhythm section part so you can solo over it? Thanks.
Benjabenja
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#3
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konfyouzd
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#4
you could just download audacity and record some chord progressions to solo over...
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Jordan987
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#5
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Not that I know of. Why can't you be normal and use backing tracks?

Is there a place where backing tracks are available for any song I can think of?
ReChord
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#6
power tab, or if you know standard notation, Finale Notepad.
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ze monsta
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#7
Is that a smart arse question? there are plenty of good ones, and for blues progressions are usually fairly similar. Buy yourself a looper.
carmour
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#8
There's this thing called your head thats pretty good, but I doubt you play the changes anyway so NVM brah
Jordan987
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#9
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but I doubt you play the changes anyway so NVM brah

That's why I'm askin, so I can learn to play the changes
Jordan987
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#10
This just got recommended to me, seems to work very well if anyone's interested
Jimmy94
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#11
it's not free but look up band in a box, see if you can't find it
ze monsta
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#12
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This just got recommended to me, seems to work very well if anyone's interested

Oh yeah that looks brilliant.



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strawforest007
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#15
What's wrong with playing your own chord progression, recording it into audacity (free!), practice over yourself? Not only will you learn how to develop melodies or solos over your progression, but will show up any errors in your play when played back (if any, either in your progression or your solos/melody) and you will learn how to develop and record your songs.

Just a suggestion.
konfyouzd
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#16
^ yup... that's what i'm saying...
"... and on either side of the river was the tree of life, with its twelve kinds of fruit, yielding its fruit each month. The leaves of this tree were for the healing of nations.