|oniman7 ||12-16-2012 09:00 PM |
Would there be demand for free backing tracks?
I have basic midi resources and I'll be getting Steven Slate Drums for Christmas. I was thinking of compiling some simple backing tracks consisting of synth block chords with clear chord changes and drum grooves. No bass or guitar so they could be used for either.would there be any demand or would any talkbass members use them?
|oniman7 ||12-16-2012 09:06 PM |
By basic midi resources, I mean Reason. They are very decent samples and not generic midi
|Matthew_84 ||12-16-2012 09:08 PM |
Absolutely. Do some Jazz standards in all 12 keys and you'll have one happy downloader right here. Maybe put in the melody too and I'd be super excited.
|Nasty Nate ||12-16-2012 09:20 PM |
If you can produce midi tracks of the Jamey Aebersold play along stuff, then there would be a huge market for that. legally, it could be sketchy
|oniman7 ||12-16-2012 09:24 PM |
I hadn't thought of doing other songs, just my own tracks. I could look into it. It would be a great learning experience for me since i don't normally do jazz. Legally I'd be fine under fair use as long as downloads are for free and used for education
|oniman7 ||12-17-2012 12:17 AM |
here is a really stupid thing I made in about 5 minutes just to show you what kind of quality could be produced. Obviously more thought would be put into it if I were doing it for real (for instance, ending on the tonic would probably be nice) but this is a nice quick demo. Kind of a blues rock thing
I was stupid and forgot to cut the project in Reason to be 25 seconds instead of 3 minutes, but that shouldn't effect you guys.
Let me know what you think. https://soundcloud.com/dakota-potts/...ng-track-blues
|hsech ||12-17-2012 12:40 AM |
I do similar MIDI tracks now with a Yamaha Synth. I can then either play along for fun or use them with my digital 16 track recorder and add instruments or vocals or both.
|Groovy_Gravy ||12-17-2012 11:05 AM |
Ive been looking for backing tracks that DO NOT have bass. they are impossible to find
|DiabolusInMusic ||12-17-2012 11:09 AM |
It would be great for those that don't have Band in a box.
For those reading this that need backing tracks... get Band in a Box.
|oniman7 ||12-17-2012 04:18 PM |
What would be a good way to host these for download? We're talking songs in 12 keys at 2 or 3 minutes equaling roughly a half hour per song. That's a lot of space
|jmattbassplaya ||12-20-2012 06:16 PM |
Please do this!
|Scotty DelMar ||12-20-2012 06:26 PM |
Most def! All things aside, put "free" on nearly anything, and you'll create a demand.
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