#1
Hi. Might anyone be able to share with me a MIDI file of Paramore's song Born For This? I wanted to make a drum cover

Thanks,
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If only there were a site with a large collection of guitar pro tabs...
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If only there were a site with a large collection of guitar pro tabs...

If only... it would be the answer to everyones (only this guy's) problems.
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This thread reeks of fail
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I disagree Necr0, I found the the first two users comments to be nearly lul inducing.
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Thanks but the flaming isn't necessary. 'Member the rules? Yeah.

Anyway, Guitar pro isn't what I was looking for. I meant the actual song in a file format which I could manipulate the drums out of the mix. I'm just realizing how crazy that is. Forget it
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Thanks but the flaming isn't necessary. 'Member the rules? Yeah.

Anyway, Guitar pro isn't what I was looking for. I meant the actual song in a file format which I could manipulate the drums out of the mix. I'm just realizing how crazy that is. Forget it

you mean a guitar pro?
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Quote by SlapJacks
Thanks but the flaming isn't necessary. 'Member the rules? Yeah.

Anyway, Guitar pro isn't what I was looking for. I meant the actual song in a file format which I could manipulate the drums out of the mix. I'm just realizing how crazy that is. Forget it

You mean like a guitar pro file, which allows allows you to export the drum tack as it's own MIDI file instead of having to go through and remove all of the other components separately?
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No. I meant the actual track released by Paramore. I'm not looking for a version made with digital instruments put together on a computer program.

P.S.: This post is not meant to sound condiscending
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Quote by SlapJacks
No. I meant the actual track released by Paramore. I'm not looking for a version made with digital instruments put together on a computer program.

P.S.: This post is not meant to sound condiscending

So you want the actual track as a midi file?

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Quote by SlapJacks
No. I meant the actual track released by Paramore. I'm not looking for a version made with digital instruments put together on a computer program.

P.S.: This post is not meant to sound condiscending

Let me break it down for you, Broseph Stalin:

MIDI is not an audio file format, but rather information telling whatever you're using what notes to play/what percussion to play. The Guitar Pro files on UG are the closest you're going to get, as they probably haven't released anything like what you're looking for.
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Quote by SlapJacks
... I'm just realizing how crazy that is. Forget it


I realized that I had been under the wrong impression pretty soon after I posted this thread. That is why I had said what is in the quote above this.

I do have one final question though, I've watched a couple drum covers on YouTube where the tracks playing in the background don't seem to have drums. How is that done or was I just hearing things (or NOT hearing things)?
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Quote by SlapJacks
I realized that I had been under the wrong impression pretty soon after I posted this thread. That is why I had said what is in the quote above this.

I do have one final question though, I've watched a couple drum covers on YouTube where the tracks playing in the background don't seem to have drums. How is that done or was I just hearing things (or NOT hearing things)?

It's done by playing louder than the drums on the track.
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I always find that when I'm playing the drums, if I'm in time, I don't hear the drums on the track because they're playing the exact same as me.
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