#1
Looking for suggestions on computer software that can take a song and separated say the different tracks.
(I.e., drums from the bass from the guitar. etc.)
Thanks in advance.
Last edited by ki7cat1 at Nov 29, 2016,
#3
Yea man, songs don't work like that.

Best you can do is to plug your headphones in half way through to get a sort of voice cancellation effect. You have to hold it just right.

Alternatively, if you have a computer with Windows 7 or higher (I think?) there's an option for voice cancellation, (along with some other nifty features like pitch shift and equalization etc.) but it literally does the same thing. I use it all the time. Look around for it in your speaker properties.
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#4
Couldn't you shoot the artist an email asking for masters?
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#6
Not possible. The only thing remotely close is center panned isolation or removal, but it also degrades the quality.

I used to rip .mogg's from guitar hero and rock band, but the later stuff has some sort of protection and I couldn't get around it.
#7
Like others have said, you need the masters for that, but you can use Transcribe to play around with the EQ to at least get karaoke versions of your mp3's.
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Not possible. The only thing remotely close is center panned isolation or removal, but it also degrades the quality.

I used to rip .mogg's from guitar hero and rock band, but the later stuff has some sort of protection and I couldn't get around it.
Also, Guitar Hero and Rock Band don't use the original masters, but very similar cover versions of the songs.
#8
^the first few games used covers but the later ones actually got quite a few masters
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Couldn't you shoot the artist an email asking for masters?


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#11
Quote by ki7cat1
Looking for suggestions on computer software that can take a song and separated say the different tracks.
(I.e., drums from the bass from the guitar. etc.)
Thanks in advance.
nah not possible with a typical mp3/two-channel recording.

you would need the master audio tracks. and i imagine getting those is a lot of effort and not cheap.
#12
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I didn't know that. Neato.


yeah dude there are a bunch of guitar backing tracks that are really awesome that use the rockband masters if you google for em
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