#1
Where do u find them?
im starting 2 get into the whole remixing songs and mashups thing and ive heard the best way 2 doit is to use acapella and instrumental tracks for songs..only one problem...I have no idea if such things exist and where to find them...SO if u could help me out here it would be much appreciated

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#2
You don't. Why do people think these just magically exist? You get them if the artist puts them out and that's it.
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#3
I sing an acapella version of Lee Aaron's Metal Queen when I think nobody is listening.

There's a band that has covered a few metal songs but they only have a bunch of vocalists and a drummer. Can't remember the name though. Spanish sounding I think...


Edit: Oh! Van Canto... I think that was the name.
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actually, theres an entire radio station; all acapella versions of classic rock songs (queen, zepp, ac/dc, beatles). but i dont the station number or name, sorry.
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You don't. Why do people think these just magically exist? You get them if the artist puts them out and that's it.

Wow, obnoxious and incorrect. I'm sure there are many places you could get backing tracks for songs, not put out by the original artist. There are plenty of groups that do a capella versions of popular songs. I'm in a choir and quartet that do, here's video on youtube I found with about 5 seconds of effort http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhXkB-c0yBs great video. I sing a capella things myself (recording all the parts seperately), although its not that good.
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lmao not denying man google is a wonderous and magical tool for these sort of things...but alas all it gives me is websites...to crappy ads...that advertize other crappy sites...with crappy ads
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