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    other then youtube videos, where can I get drumless tracks to play along with and cover. I see all these drummers online creating cover videos and such but where do they get the tracks without drums.

  • #2
    Just an example of a quick and dirty research:

    https://drumlessversion.com/
    Last edited by rsm; 10-06-19, 03:07 PM.
    eDrums: ATV EXS-5 & artist series, Pearl Mimic Pro, 2Box DrumIt 5 | aDrum: Pearl | Soundcraft Ui24R | Cubase Pro, WaveLab Pro, SpectraLayers Pro, Studio One, MixBus 32C

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    • #3
      If you’re willing to pay $15/month, Epidemic Sound has great royalty-free music. You can download an entire song or just the stems. Then just delete the original drum track.

      https://www.epidemicsound.com/
      Roland td50kv, SSD5, vExpressions Generations, various eDrum Workshop kits, Focusrite Scarlett 18i8, Reaper, Dell PC, Windows 10, PDP M5 acoustic, DW Collector’s Series Snare, Pork Pie Big Black Brass snare, Pearl Export acoustic with Aquarian SuperPads and Zildjian LV80 cymbals, various Zildjian, Sabian and Dream cymbals

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      • #4
        Loads on that Google site,
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        • #5
          There are loads on Spotify.

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          • #6
            Songs (e.g. from https://drumlessversion.com) are all from Guitar Hero / Rock Band games, don't pay the money! Just 'download' them from Youtube.

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            • #7
              I purchased Crammit a couple days ago. It comes with an ok library of songs that you can adjust the drum, band, and click volumes on. It also has "animated" sheet music that follows the song for you to play along to. http://jammit.ca/

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              • #8
                Originally posted by rsm View Post
                Just an example of a quick and dirty research:

                https://drumlessversion.com/
                WARNING: the guy behind this website is a rip-off and sells playalongs from rock band and co. The latest drumless songs on his website are really very poor quality and processed quite cheaply and not from rock band..... Any music amateur can do it better.. Unfortunately i bought the newest one, because i didn´t find this songs anywhere else. But i was really ripped off. The guy is from turkey and doesn't respond to emails, and if so, only when he gets money for his ****. Please hands off!!
                Last edited by vdrum_user12123; 01-19-21, 02:27 PM.
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                • #9
                  Here is a tool that may really help you out. Virtual DJ can separate the elements of a track in real time, so that DJ's can do on the fly remixing. What it boils down to is, once you tell it where your music collection is on your computer, you can simply twist an on screen knob and drop the drums out and the rest of the track keeps playing (albeit with a hint of digital "phasing")
                  VirtualDJ - Real-Time Stems Separation

                  They provide a free version, which just means you can't use t with a DJ controller, but that's no big deal!

                  here it is in action: https://youtu.be/Su76ZN1w0Qs

                  Equally as cool, you can loop and slow the tempo down (while retaining pitch: key lock option) on sections of music if you want to learn the drum parts!
                  Last edited by Schmidi; 03-23-21, 08:17 AM.

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                  • #10
                    I'm making my own drumless tracks for free!!!! by using this website https://www.splitter.ai/ .
                    It's based on spleeter, the interface makes it very easy to use, just upload your audio file and download the stems after a couple minutes, combine the stems (except those for drums) using Audacity and export the audio, that's all.
                    Last edited by Animalglx; 03-23-21, 08:45 AM.

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                    • #11
                      https://moises.ai/ also offer free 5 songs per month, quickly split out drumtrack

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Animalglx View Post
                        I'm making my own drumless tracks for free!!!! by using this website https://www.splitter.ai/ .
                        It's based on spleeter, the interface makes it very easy to use, just upload your audio file and download the stems after a couple minutes, combine the stems (except those for drums) using Audacity and export the audio, that's all.
                        ..or download Spleetergui (Windows only) and do this on your own in one step..... https://makenweb.com/#spleetergui
                        Last edited by FES; 03-23-21, 03:39 PM.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by tivi View Post
                          https://moises.ai/ also offer free 5 songs per month, quickly split out drumtrack
                          I checked this app out recently and amazingly, it works. It not completely damage-free to the other instruments when you remove something, but it's still damn impressive. There are some limitations to the free version (metronome and chord display for only the first minute, songs are limited to 5 minutes in length and the end is cut off, a 3 day storage limit for files you upload and only 5 uploads a month) but the paid version is US$4 a month.

                          Here's a video that shows it working and provides a rundown of the main features: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PGnNIbH0zk

                          Originally posted by Schmidi View Post
                          Here is a tool that may really help you out. Virtual DJ can separate the elements of a track in real time, so that DJ's can do on the fly remixing. What it boils down to is, once you tell it where your music collection is on your computer, you can simply twist an on screen knob and drop the drums out and the rest of the track keeps playing (albeit with a hint of digital "phasing")
                          VirtualDJ - Real-Time Stems Separation
                          This also works pretty well, though I found trying to move the on-screen mixing dials REALLY finnicky. But if you can get around some of the weird UI, this also seems like a powerful tool that's also free.
                          Last edited by White_Pointer; 04-03-21, 11:08 PM.

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                          • #14
                            For rock songs: https://clodoaldopaiva.com.br/play-alongs/
                            Last edited by rolib62; 04-04-21, 08:21 AM.

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                            • #15
                              I tried Spleeter and it works well, but I noticed that the output length is limited to 10 minutes and the rest is cut off (yes, I like prog rock ). Does somebody know if this is configurable?

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