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Post Tue Dec 11, 2007 11:32 am

Hi guys..

Does anyone know if it is possible to download songs with only the drum track? In other words, where all sounds except the drums are removed?

thanks
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Post Tue Dec 11, 2007 11:35 am

kalvin wrote:Hi guys..

Does anyone know if it is possible to download songs with only the drum track? In other words, where all sounds except the drums are removed?

thanks


Not that I'm aware of. Unless you have a line into the producer, you pretty much have to look around for someone else to demonstrate the part.
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Post Tue Dec 11, 2007 12:56 pm

I have hundreds if you PM me.
also try http://www.drumfun.com/

Dave Weckl "Rhythm of the Soul" is awesome!
As well, there are a lot of drum book/CD track combo out there.
A real good one is Tommy Igoe, "Groove Essentials"
I think there's something like 87 tracks on the CD(MP3)
and a corresponding video.
Here's another one for Metal Drummers...
Metal tracks without the drums
http://www.minusdrums.com

Have fun
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Post Tue Dec 11, 2007 3:10 pm

if your looking for something to practice with, why don't you look for instrumentals, as in everything EXCEPT drums.
that way you have no one or nothing telling you what to do. that way you can get a little more creative.
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Post Tue Dec 11, 2007 3:33 pm

the 'Turn it up, lay it down" series of cd's are a great practice tool when you can't play with a band. I use them all the time. Some have just the bass part, some have bass/guitar. I try to apply different styles to the bass lines, it helps keep it fresh.
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Post Tue Dec 11, 2007 7:08 pm

My guess is that he's either a guitarist or bassist looking for drums to practice with.
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Post Tue Dec 11, 2007 7:35 pm

the 'Turn it up, lay it down" series of cd's are a great practice tool when you can't play with a band. I use them all the time. Some have just the bass part, some have bass/guitar. I try to apply different styles to the bass lines, it helps keep it fresh.



That's what drumfun.com is...I already suggested these.