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When you use rock band editor on fire will you be able to separate out individual instruments

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Hi I'm I'm totally new to this music website and I don't know a whole lot about it, when you use Editor on fire with any Mp3 song, will you be able to separate the individual Instruments using just one Mp3 or any stereo audio file. I don't if this is off topic because I just don't know too much about this website or any programs people use to make rock band custom songs with.



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No, EOF can't separate track at all.

 

Either you have the separate track already available to you or you are out of luck.


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