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    I think TD17 module have the ability to play variety genres of backup music for lonely drummers like myself to play along and feel like they are in a cool band. Is it just a bluetooth or wired connection or can it be hundreds of downloaded files to a memory card can be played thru the module and play along?
    If so, from where on the Internet I can download these quality backup songs without drums to a memory card?
    Is there a free site or do I have to purchase the songs one by one like iTunes purchases?
    Thanks guys,

    Jim
    TD-17KVX

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    Just search drumless song or drumless track in the search engine and youtube, free and payware are available.
    Last edited by Chris K; 10-10-18, 02:24 PM.

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    • #3
      Can you advise a really good online site to download various genres of music to a memory card and then play thru TD17 sound module?

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      • #4

        There used to be a forum called Resource4Drums, that offered better than 2,000 drumless tracks to the members of the forum. However, most every forum member simply signed up, downloaded the library, and never really participated in the forum. Unfortunately the forum is no longer available.

        There are some folks online that are offering what looks to be the content mentioned above for a modest fee. The source material came from the popular music play-along games, so the majority is from the original artists. Here's a link to check out called drumlessversion (looks like they have all the old content from Resource4Drums plus some newer stuff ~ 3,000 tracks): http://drumlessversion.com/ you can get the full "library" for $150, as a download or pay another $10 to get it on a flash drive.

        Minus One Drums: https://minusonedrums.com/ less costly than the above site but not as much material.

        I would also check out a site called Crammit for some other high quality content from original artists: http://jammit.ca/
        Hardware: TD20SX --> Roland UA-25EX --> MSI GT780DX w/ i7 2670, 16-GB of Ram, Windows 7
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        • #5
          Thereís a TON of stuff on YouTube. Donít bother with using a card. Just plug a computer, tablet, or phone capable of streaming straight from YouTube into your Mix In.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Hoppy View Post
            There used to be a forum called Resource4Drums, that offered better than 2,000 drumless tracks to the members of the forum. However, most every forum member simply signed up, downloaded the library, and never really participated in the forum. Unfortunately the forum is no longer available.

            There are some folks online that are offering what looks to be the content mentioned above for a modest fee. The source material came from the popular music play-along games, so the majority is from the original artists. Here's a link to check out called drumlessversion (looks like they have all the old content from Resource4Drums plus some newer stuff ~ 3,000 tracks): http://drumlessversion.com/ you can get the full "library" for $150, as a download or pay another $10 to get it on a flash drive.

            Minus One Drums: https://minusonedrums.com/ less costly than the above site but not as much material.

            I would also check out a site called Crammit for some other high quality content from original artists: http://jammit.ca/
            Hoppy,

            If I understand this correctly, the drumlessversion.com songs tend to be original artist tracks less drums whereas the minusonedrums.com are remakes (covers) -- is this true?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Hoppy View Post
              There used to be a forum called Resource4Drums, that offered better than 2,000 drumless tracks to the members of the forum. However, most every forum member simply signed up, downloaded the library, and never really participated in the forum. Unfortunately the forum is no longer available.

              There are some folks online that are offering what looks to be the content mentioned above for a modest fee. The source material came from the popular music play-along games, so the majority is from the original artists. Here's a link to check out called drumlessversion (looks like they have all the old content from Resource4Drums plus some newer stuff ~ 3,000 tracks): http://drumlessversion.com/ you can get the full "library" for $150, as a download or pay another $10 to get it on a flash drive.

              Minus One Drums: https://minusonedrums.com/ less costly than the above site but not as much material.

              I would also check out a site called Crammit for some other high quality content from original artists: http://jammit.ca/
              Thanks a bunch Hoppy! That really helps a lot...

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              • #8
                Ok... another question... All downloadable files are in MP3 format and TD17 only accepting .wav format... Is there any site offers .wav downloads or should I be converting mp3 to .wav?

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                • #9
                  Another site I found & use is "https://www.karaoke-version.com/"

                  They give you drumless tracks, along with others like no vocals, etc. It's 2 bucks a song I believe

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                  • #10
                    if you google, you can find mp3 version of the rockband songs, drumless, more than 1000 songs i think.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by CaptJim View Post
                      Ok... another question... All downloadable files are in MP3 format and TD17 only accepting .wav format... Is there any site offers .wav downloads or should I be converting mp3 to .wav?
                      Not sure where you got that information.
                      I convert to, or download drumless songs in mp3 format to an SD card, and my TD-17 plays them just fine.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Perkussion View Post

                        Not sure where you got that information.
                        I convert to, or download drumless songs in mp3 format to an SD card, and my TD-17 plays them just fine.
                        Huh? That's weird... The manual of my TD17 says "audio files can be loaded by this unit" and then the only option given is .WAV
                        I guess that confused me but also I donloaded few mp3 files to an SD card to try first and then when I inserted the card in TD17 and follow the steps it doesn't see any files and when I click on them via "PREVIEW" button a message appears " UNSUPPORTED FORMAT"..
                        ????

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by CaptJim View Post

                          Huh? That's weird... The manual of my TD17 says "audio files can be loaded by this unit" and then the only option given is .WAV
                          I guess that confused me but also I donloaded few mp3 files to an SD card to try first and then when I inserted the card in TD17 and follow the steps it doesn't see any files and when I click on them via "PREVIEW" button a message appears " UNSUPPORTED FORMAT"..
                          ????
                          Be aware td17 imports wav files for triggers to play drums and songs are in mp3, both are differents section.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Chris K View Post

                            Be aware td17 imports wav files for triggers to play drums and songs are in mp3, both are differents section.
                            Thank you for taking time and explaining this to my old brain but I am still confused. If it is not too much trouble would you please explain to me step by step how to do this?
                            Imagine I have a single MP3 file downloaded on my SD card and I insert the card to my TD17 head... If I can do this for one file then I can do it for 100 too but I have no idea why it is not working for me...

                            So can you please tell me the steps involved with a single MP3 file on my SD card.. How to install and play it along with the song on this MP3 file...

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                            Thanks,

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