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Best Place for Backing Tracks, Original Artist; No Guitar.

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Offline   aquaboy


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I'm looking for a site that has backing tracks. 
I'm looking for original recordings, with original vocals but with all guitar's removed. 
Something too this standard is what I mean 
Any suggestions greatly appreciated. 

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Multitracks ripped from Guitar Hero / Rock Band


When you mix the oggs just leave out the vocals.


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Very a lot backing track is there

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Offline   protomillo


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Try to search backing track of a song you like on youtube, then convert song here: http://www.youtube-mp3.org/it


My goal is to learn a song from Rocksmith and play alone with mp3 backing track. I'm doing now Back in Black of AC/DC...lot of fun!

Offline   EdwinB


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You would have to download the voices that you think of youtube for example with a YouTube downloader video and then pass them to Multitracks ripped from Guitar Hero / Rock Band