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post Nov 11 2008, 01:35 AM
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Are there tracks to jam with here? I've found Trooper by Iron Maiden but I was wondering if there is gonna be a development where people can play their instrument or sing to songs that have a track taken out such as guitar, bass, etc.
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Bogdan Radovic
post Nov 11 2008, 01:39 AM
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There are lots of commercially available backing tracks that are suitable for guitarists,bass players and singers I think as well...If you have midi tracks for some songs you can turn on and off any instrument in it - to suit your needs.


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post Nov 11 2008, 01:43 AM
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There are some collaborations going on. Check out that forum and join one.

They a very fun and you can get some good feedback on your playing along with tips from and instructor.

Here is a link where you can find some free backing tracks to practice to.

http://www.freshbt.com/search/top/topdownloads

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