#1
I just don't get it. Someone who goes by "OrangeGoblin" is posting Sabbath backing tracks on GuitarBackingTrack.com and somehow he's managed to almost completely strip the guitar out.

There's the slightest trace of it when the bass is silent, but it's very faint. Can't hear a thing when Geezer is rippin away. I have Riffstation and JamVox and I can't get anything close to what the Goblin has done. Samples:


http://www.guitarbackingtrack.com/play/black_sabbath/iron_man_(4).htm

http://www.guitarbackingtrack.com/play/black_sabbath/into_the_void_(3).htm

Anyone have an idea how to pull this off?
#3
The Goblin has 611 backing tracks up. Just listened to the one for Panama -- same thing as the Sabbath ones. Unreal. What is the secret!
#4
Rerecording probably.
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#6
I still have my first two Sabbath albums on vinyl. As I remember when it was first released the album was mixed with the bass on the extreme left channel and the guitar on the extreme right with the drums and Ozzy down the center. Over the years these tracks have been remixed and everything became more centered and when I got a Best Of Black Sabbath CD I was surprised that they had been remixed. If someone has the original vinyl they can easily remove the guitar or bass. I'll have to get out my vinyl and check but I'm pretty sure about this.
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#7
Quote by Rickholly74
I still have my first two Sabbath albums on vinyl. As I remember when it was first released the album was mixed with the bass on the extreme left channel and the guitar on the extreme right with the drums and Ozzy down the center. Over the years these tracks have been remixed and everything became more centered and when I got a Best Of Black Sabbath CD I was surprised that they had been remixed. If someone has the original vinyl they can easily remove the guitar or bass. I'll have to get out my vinyl and check but I'm pretty sure about this.


I have the Rhino Records reissue vinyl for the first 4 albums. I don't even have a record player, just got them for display. Do you know what equipment I would need to remove the guitar, apart from a record player?
Last edited by PB26 at Feb 23, 2015,
#8
Quote by PB26
I have the Rhino Records reissue vinyl for the first 4 albums. I don't even have a record player, just got them for display. Do you know what equipment would I need to remove the guitar, apart from a record player?

A two-channel interface to send the record player signals into your computer (and a phono preamp from the turntable if you buy a good one). Then a DAW to record into and pan out the guitar from.

Honestly, just get a record player and one speaker - plug it into the channel with the bass and don't plug a speaker into the channel with the guitar, and you'll have backing tracks.
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#10
You guys are awesome. Never thought I'd say it, but I'm buying me a record player! First piece of music I ever owned was Pyromania on vinyl. Back to the good ol' days.
#11
Quote by PB26
You guys are awesome. Never thought I'd say it, but I'm buying me a record player! First piece of music I ever owned was Pyromania on vinyl. Back to the good ol' days.

If you've got the cash, go all out! Get an entry-level audiophile turntable and a nice clear preamp. I have an Adcom Pre/Power set and they are very very cheap online with great powerful clear sound and no extra bells/whistles. My turntable is a Pro-Ject Debut III which is cheap in the audiophile world, I think I got it on sale for $300 or so. Great little setup!
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#12
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If you've got the cash, go all out! Get an entry-level audiophile turntable and a nice clear preamp. I have an Adcom Pre/Power set and they are very very cheap online with great powerful clear sound and no extra bells/whistles. My turntable is a Pro-Ject Debut III which is cheap in the audiophile world, I think I got it on sale for $300 or so. Great little setup!


Cool. I was just doing some fishing around and it seems they make them with built-in preamp and USB:

https://www.long-mcquade.com/17478/Pro_Audio_Recording/DJ/Audio-Technica/Audio-Technica_LP_to_Digital_USB_Turntable_Recording_System.htm

Another one I was looking at:

https://www.long-mcquade.com/6607/Pro_Audio_Recording/DJ/Stanton/T92_-_Turntable_with_USB.htm

And another:

http://www.needledoctor.com/Audio-Technica-LP120-USB-Turntable