#1
we had like instrumental versions of our fav albums? so that we could move away the vocals and have a better idea of what the guitarrists/bassists/drummers are doin?

imo, i would love to see Messengers by ABR and III: In the eyes of fire by Unearth.

opinions?

btw, do u guyz know of a good software that could leave the songs instrumentalized ??hahaha
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Most songs wouldn't be nearly as good without vocals.
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But then it would highlight how uninventive so many bands are..
#9
I'd like it, but they should come with the cd. I might want to sing along, or listen to the guitar to learn the part better. Other than that I wouldn't listen to them, really.
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i think it would be cool if cds were recorded each instrument track seperately, plus the full song (instead of the cd player compiling it manually and possibly have lag). we would need the next gen of cds for that though.
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#13
It would mostly be quite boring I should think
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Lamb of God made records where you could take the audio and mess with them.

That would be pretty cool. If I ever end up releasing electronic music (), I'll make sure the digital versions include the original waveforms and encourage unofficial remixes to be submitted and continuously released

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But then it would highlight how uninventive so many bands are..

Which is a bad thing?
Also, I think abetter idea would be to make an album where each composition/song can be divided to channels, so that you can listen to each part separately.
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Lamb of God made records where you could take the audio and mess with them.


Dream Theater also did this on the extra special super fantastic magical wunderbar edition of Black Clouds and Silver Linings.

They included individual instrument stems etc. so people could mix the album how they liked.

There's a few on youtube probably you can check out, a couple of good ones out there.

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