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vink wrote:Looks like there's lot of pent up demand .... we need more backing track creators. I wish I could do them, but the best I can do is a drum track and some barely passable rhythm guitar
I just finished my part. I have to hone a few rough spots but plan on being able to send it in this weekend. I had nothing yesterday. What a relief....
Kalle_in_Sweden wrote:I found a guy is putting up new free backing tracks here http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemus ... dID=439876
And I have downloaded many of the .mp3 backing tracks from the now closed russian site.
Kalle wrote:I found a guy is putting up new free backing tracks here http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemus ... dID=439876
dhodge wrote:I can't record onto the computer ..
Kalle_in_Sweden wrote:"Thanks Kalle! Wink
Maybe you should think about hosting a jam?
Yes Dan, that would be fun and I think I have all neccesary SW & HW and the knowledge to do that.
I will check through my B tracks and come up with a song.
Kalle_in_Sweden wrote:I agree , even the most basic modern PC has a soundcard that should be able to use for basic recordings and playback!
You donÂ´t need a soundcard with 24 bit/ 96 kHz recording capability, 16 bit / 44.1 kHz ( CD-quality) will do fine and that recording capacity have most soundcards today.
dhodge wrote:I'll try and see what I need to run a line out from my computer to the workstation.
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