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Is there a database of isolated guitar tracks (for tone-matching)?

Womac911

Inspired

volothamp

Inspired
Wait.. what? That Jammit thing allows import of custom songs?

Yea.. I'm pretty pissed at Jammit too.

Jammit is dead. Rumors say the creator has burnt out.

So now you can't buy new tracks anymore and the original tracks are leaking on the internet.

So no, there's no import feature in Jammit and I wonder where you've read that :)
 

Womac911

Inspired
Jammit is dead. Rumors say the creator has burnt out.

So now you can't buy new tracks anymore and the original tracks are leaking on the internet.

So no, there's no import feature in Jammit and I wonder where you've read that :)

Yeah, I know Jammit died a long time ago. Bummer, they had a cool thing going. Figured out how to convert the tracks into usable stuff quite a long time ago.
I get it now. What I was thinking that stuff did was compile everything from various multitrack leaks (audio, self-made tabs, etc) into a format that Jammit would recognize as one of it's own tracks.

Which would be pretty darn cool, if it did.
 

volothamp

Inspired
Yeah, I know Jammit died a long time ago. Bummer, they had a cool thing going. Figured out how to convert the tracks into usable stuff quite a long time ago.
I get it now. What I was thinking that stuff did was compile everything from various multitrack leaks (audio, self-made tabs, etc) into a format that Jammit would recognize as one of it's own tracks.

Which would be pretty darn cool, if it did.

Do you think so? I personally think Jammit application was a piece of garbage, and the actual data was the only decent thing in it, so I'm kinda preferring the situation now.

I.e. the switch among score and tab wasn't preserved among track navigation, or the client refused to run on my hackintosh because of sample rate issues...

Cheers
 

Mako

Member
I was a big jammit fan, still run the app on an old iPad. I liked jammit for being a lite app that could play audio and score in sync. It would be nice to have something similar we could load a midi score and separate Audi tracks. I don't think guitar pro will ever add this
 

Womac911

Inspired
I was a big jammit fan, still run the app on an old iPad. I liked jammit for being a lite app that could play audio and score in sync. It would be nice to have something similar we could load a midi score and separate Audi tracks. I don't think guitar pro will ever add this

OOHHHHH!! That reminds me of a program I used to use... geeeeze, what was it called....
ohhhh yeah, that took some searching.
http://goplayalong.com/

You can load an audio file and a tab file, then sync them together. If you have multitrack recordings, it's easy to sync to the full recorded track, then replace it with a guitar-muted track. I remember it was pretty good, but I haven't used it in a couple years. I'll have to try the new version.

 

jammit

New Member
I was a big jammit fan, still run the app on an old iPad. I liked jammit for being a lite app that could play audio and score in sync. It would be nice to have something similar we could load a midi score and separate Audi tracks. I don't think guitar pro will ever add this

A Jammit replacement is out!

Visit unjammit .com

Mac/iOS version out this week!
 

GeorgeV

New Member
Crammit is the ultimate replacement for Jammit, and it's available for Mac and Windows direct from the jammit.ca website or from at the Apple App Store for iPhone and iPad. The latest versions are very powerful, and allow you to export stems in any format as well as printable PDF scores. You can also download and play any Jammit file from the app itself. No more registration. No more song by song purchase.
 

RevDrucifer

Power User
I just heard about this yesterday- https://moises.ai/

Supposedly you can put a song into this and it’ll separate all the instruments automatically. I haven’t tried it yet, nor do I know how it’s doing this. I’m assuming there’s some phase cancellation and subtractive EQ involved somewhere along the line. I believe it’s free, too.

If I think of it this weekend, I’ll check it out, but if anyone gets to it before I do, please update the thread with your experience.

I’m at work so I can’t listen to things on decent speakers, but here’s the page detailing how to separate instruments- https://moises.ai/blog/how-to-separate-audio-tracks-online/
 

MojoBodies

Inspired
I just heard about this yesterday- https://moises.ai/

Supposedly you can put a song into this and it’ll separate all the instruments automatically. I haven’t tried it yet, nor do I know how it’s doing this. I’m assuming there’s some phase cancellation and subtractive EQ involved somewhere along the line. I believe it’s free, too.

If I think of it this weekend, I’ll check it out, but if anyone gets to it before I do, please update the thread with your experience.

I’m at work so I can’t listen to things on decent speakers, but here’s the page detailing how to separate instruments- https://moises.ai/blog/how-to-separate-audio-tracks-online/
interesting
 

GlennO

Fractal Fanatic
I just heard about this yesterday- https://moises.ai/

Supposedly you can put a song into this and it’ll separate all the instruments automatically. I haven’t tried it yet, nor do I know how it’s doing this. I’m assuming there’s some phase cancellation and subtractive EQ involved somewhere along the line. I believe it’s free, too.

If I think of it this weekend, I’ll check it out, but if anyone gets to it before I do, please update the thread with your experience.

I’m at work so I can’t listen to things on decent speakers, but here’s the page detailing how to separate instruments- https://moises.ai/blog/how-to-separate-audio-tracks-online/
I've been using it for a few months. It works well enough that I paid for a subscription. It gives results comparable to other things like this, for example demucs. The holy grail of perfectly removing guitar doesn't exist yet and I occasionally get artifacts where the vocals interfere with the guitar. It works best if you turn the guitar down until it's quiet instead of removing it entirely. I wouldn't use it as the source of a backing track on stage, but it's great for practicing when you need a backing track that can't be found on karaoke-version.com. I wouldn't consider the quality of an isolated guitar track to be good enough for tone matching. By the way, there was an interesting article in Wired about this subject recently.
 
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GlennO

Fractal Fanatic
Here's a snippet that demonstrates moises.ai: It starts with the full track then I fade the guitars out, then back in.

And heres the "other" stem, so you can see it's not suitable for tone matching.
 
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