#1
Hi all,

Firstly, I hope this is in the right place.

Next week I have my first performance for my PA Music course and I need some help.

I was going to do Man in the Mirror on my Sax, but I need a backing track that is like the one in this (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1WtU8ZQkgg) video and I can't find one

Can you filter the Sax out of the audio in that video? If so, how?

If not, any idea's for another song?

Thanks,
Adam.
#3
You can try to make a backing track in Guitar Pro. Or if you have a Mac, Garageband loops would work too.
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#4
Quote by rgrockr
You can try to make a backing track in Guitar Pro. Or if you have a Mac, Garageband loops would work too.


Garageband has loops for man in the mirror?

Or I could make it out of loops? (I have a Mac)
#5
Quote by AdamG313
Garageband has loops for man in the mirror?

Or I could make it out of loops? (I have a Mac)

You'd have to make it. You should have a good size library of simple drum beats, basslines, and whatever else you need though. It won't sound exactly right, but I'd recommend you simplify the backing track anyway to put more emphasis on your own instrument.
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