#1
Can you put the music on guitar pro on a CD and use it as a backing track?

and how do you do it?
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Last edited by myself101 at Apr 30, 2007,
#2
in gt5 you can export a wav file of the tab, just mute the guitar parts and you got a backing track
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#3
you go file > export, and then export it to midi, it wont have the rse but it will still work all good. if you want the rse then just get a microphone up against you're speakers and record it playing. i know it wont be that greater quality but meh, its only a backing track...
#5
Quote by Uncle Wolfgang
in gt5 you can export a wav file of the tab, just mute the guitar parts and you got a backing track


so i click export wav file and then i can put it on a USB stick? (with taking the bass out)
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#6
I suggest you visit this site, the backing tracks are far superior than those on gt5,

http://www.guitarbt.com/

you have to sign in though, but it's worth it.
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#7
I put a cable from my the headphone port on my PC and connect it to the microphone input, then just set Audacity recording and play the GuitarPro track.
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#8
Quote by JamieB
I put a cable from my the headphone port on my PC and connect it to the microphone input, then just set Audacity recording and play the GuitarPro track.


Lol, that's very creative. You can just choose 'stereo mix' as the input source in Audacity, then it will record whatever comes out of your speakers.
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Quote by Pleiadian
Lol, that's very creative. You can just choose 'stereo mix' as the input source in Audacity, then it will record whatever comes out of your speakers.



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Yeah, I totally did that anyway .


Thanks for that, actually. I'll do that from now on.
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#10
Quote by JamieB
I put a cable from my the headphone port on my PC and connect it to the microphone input, then just set Audacity recording and play the GuitarPro track.


i dont have audacity

so if i export the wav im sweet?
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