#1
Hey guys, I was just wondering if it was possible to make backing tracks out of the mp3's I got from iTunes. If not, is there any way to make backing tracks for free? I've looked for sites with backing tracks, but I can't really find any for the more underground metal I've been playing lately. Thanks!
#2
I don't think you can. but I make my backing track by using GP5 and you just delete the main guitar track. You can make a mp3 out of that GP5
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#3
but Guitar Pro costs like 60 bucks, and I don't really have money to spend on it.
#4
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I don't think you can. but I make my backing track by using GP5 and you just delete the main guitar track. You can make a mp3 out of that GP5


This.
#5
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but Guitar Pro costs like 60 bucks, and I don't really have money to spend on it.



google a thing called Bit Torrent
#6
use tuxguitar instead of guitar pro. its free and its the same thing.
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#7
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google a thing called Bit Torrent


This.
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#8
Quote by benomino324
use tuxguitar instead of guitar pro. its free and its the same thing.

Thanks, but is it possible just to use power tab? because I already have that.
#9
Quote by chimairapwns
Thanks, but is it possible just to use power tab? because I already have that.


tux guitar runs powertab and guitar pro. Its a must have. Also band in the box is good too, you can probably find a torrent......
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