#1
is there some kind of recording (ok well not really recording) software but like mixer software where I can listen to only one part of a song. like say I only want to listen to the lead guitar on a song. Is there something i can download for that?
#2
Basically impossible. There are some companies working on software that may eventually be able to do as you described, but don't bet on it any time soon.

What songs/artists are you interested in? I might have the multitrack tapes if you're lucky.
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Basically impossible. There are some companies working on software that may eventually be able to do as you described, but don't bet on it any time soon.

What songs/artists are you interested in? I might have the multitrack tapes if you're lucky.


Right now I'm interested in which bands you have multitracks from
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well look on line for there mix stems
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is there some kind of recording (ok well not really recording) software but like mixer software where I can listen to only one part of a song. like say I only want to listen to the lead guitar on a song. Is there something i can download for that?


the best you could manage is getting rid of the vocals, using a programme such as audacity. you can also pan it to just left or right, so if a band has one guitar part left and one right, you can choose which you want to listen to on it's own. that's the closest you can get to what you described.
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#8
Pretty much impossible as has been said before. The best you can hope for is a piece of software called DNA by Celemony, it has yet to be released but it can seperate frequencies. Ofcourse it works best for single instruments.
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Pretty much impossible as has been said before. The best you can hope for is a piece of software called DNA by Celemony, it has yet to be released but it can seperate frequencies. Ofcourse it works best for single instruments.

There is Melodyne too, but both of them cost a fortune.

So basically no. It's like asking for vegetable soup without the carrots - you need the carrots taken out before, and not after, the soup's made.

Out of curiosity, which bands release their stems anyway? NIN and for some trakcs Radiohead do, but I haven't heard of anyone else doing it...
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