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    Isolated guitar tracks

    Anyone know of a good resource for isolated guitar tracks to take advantage of tone match?
    Will using youtube adversely affect the quality since it will most probably be MP3 resolution?

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    YouTube compresses the shiznit out of all audio, even "1080p" audio. You are best trying to find guitar stems or MOGG files (isolated instrument tracks ripped from Guitar Hero, Rock Band etc)

    Try this link as well

    Multitrack songs for download : Guitar Hero Metallica Multitracks
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    YouTube has Jammit clips which have isolated guitar stem bits of pretty famous songs:



    Resolution is good enough in those clips for matching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clark Kent View Post
    YouTube has Jammit clips which have isolated guitar stem bits of pretty famous songs:



    Resolution is good enough in those clips for matching.

    As long as they have the songs you want available I would agree it is a nice tool. Although some of the isolated tracks have content in the back ground to keep you from getting a high quality stem though.
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    Nice i tried matching off of you tube but didn't sound right. So the rocksmith and jammit are a better source ?

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    Not sure why (I've seen others that have had success) but everytime I've tried tonematching off of a Jammit track it never comes out sounding right.

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