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Drum Tracks for Guitar?


#1
 I play guitar at home,not in a band or anything.I was thinking on getting a play along drum track but the ones I sampled sounded like a video game background...fucking awfull.

Anyone come across any that were worth the money? Either that or check the classifieds for a used electronic drum machine I'm thinking.

Appreciate any opinions. BTW I play(badly) a Dean ML Warbird. R.I.P. Dimebag.

Thanks


#2

All Rock Band tracks are multi-tracked, and you can get the drum, guitar, and bass parts as separate OGG files or as MOGGS (which you can open in Audacity for e.g.).


#3

Thanks for the info.I’ll get my son to figure it out.


#4

Are you just looking for drum backing tracks?


#5

Yes…Just a beat to play along to.I also have a Korg affects box I fuck around with.


#6

You can download Acid Express for free and then get tons of drum loops for free as well from the same website. They sell the better ones for around $30 i think. The software is easy to use and you can come up with an infinite amount of drum backing tracks without buying a drum machine.

Heres a link for the free software:

And if you browse around on this site, you can buy loops and even find some good free ones.
http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/loops


#7

Oh man,can’t wait to get home after work to download some of them.Thanks for the help.

One of the guys at work saw your avater and laughed his ass off.Thought it was a riot.


#8

[quote]bond james bond wrote:
One of the guys at work saw your avater and laughed his ass off.Thought it was a riot.[/quote]

Lol, that is the work of Iron Dwarf.


#9

These are pretty good, its a full band, all recorded live by a TGP member. http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4835757/79_Blues_Backing_Tracks_(Jam_Tracks)