#1
Does anyone know of any guitar extraction software for Windows other than Jam Vox which allows you to extract guitar parts alone in a song?
#2
wrong forum. ask the tech geeks out there. also, y would u want to do that? doesnt make much sense.......
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#3
Quote by kumamilesbear
wrong forum. ask the tech geeks out there. also, y would u want to do that? doesnt make much sense.......

To use it as a backing track and play your own music over it. I'm looking for something like this too so, bump.
#4
Nearly impossible with current technology.

It took a team of Abbey Road engineers over six months, using expensive state-of-the-art forensic software, to separate the individual instruments from master tapes for the Beatles Rock Band.

However there are a few tricks that can get you acceptable results.
People have been using 'karaoke vocal removers' for years, and they can also work on lead guitar.
Basically, these remove anything panned in the centre of the mix (in modern music, vocals are almost always in the centre). This removes a lot of the vocals, but unfortunately anything else in the centre (which usually includes bass and some drums) takes a hit as well.

So, if you want a backing track for a guitar solo, you can probably use a vocal remover as long as the guitar is panned in the middle.
For rhythm guitar parts on either side of the stereo field, there's nothing you can do short of find the multitrack master tapes (which can sometimes be easier than you think )