Frequently Asked Questions. Creating your mixTo the right of each individual track, you can use the 'Mute' button to mute that track, or the cursor to adjust its volume.Adding to your cartClick on the 'Add to Cart' button and proceed to the payment of your order.If you have any doubts about your custom track, don't worry, you can always customize your Backing Track afterwards.Once your order is validated, the final mixing of the file begins.Downloading the custom accompaniment trackTo receive the best sound quality, the final mixing of your MP3 files can take a few minutes.
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Once you've purchased a song, all subsequent mixes are unlimited and free. You can modify all of the custom accompaniment tracks, including ones you purchased months ago. All the files you've already bought are available in 'My Files.' .
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Because the generation of a Custom Backing Track is long and complex, you'll only hear a short extract of your customization in real-time.You must download the MP3 version to hear your Custom Backing Track in full version, including your modifications (volumes, pitch.). The preview tool may sometimes provide a lower-quality sample. However, the generated custom tracks will always be well synchronized and noiseless.
Before your first order, you can check out our custom accompaniment tracks with one of.If you're having preview problems, then here's how to solve them:. Restart your browser, and eventually try again with a different browser if needed. A 'clipping' sound may be caused by a slow computer system, so close any unneeded programs and keep only your browser open. If you're still experiencing problems, then try another computer. If we already have the instrumental track, then you can suggest the accompaniment MP3 by clicking on the envelope on the related page.
If the title is not currently available in any format, you can always request it with the.We do not currently have the separated mixes for all of our instrumental tracks, and unfortunately the audio multi-track conversion is long and complex. Nevertheless, we're doing our best to complete the custom accompaniments catalog. In order to change the key of your Custom Backing Track, you just need to click on the arrows next to the 'Add to cart' button.When you have selected your key, click on 'Reload' and your new Custom Backing Track will be generated accordingly.What happens if I've already purchased the tracks?From your account, under 'My Files', you just need to click 'Change'. The 'classic' interface will show up and from there, the instructions are the same. Panning allows you to create distinct effects by adjusting the track’s sounds to left or right.Panning is allowed with any Karaoke Version Custom Backing Tracks and can be done by sliding the grey slider to the left or right. L = Left. C = Center.
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D U D U D U D U w/Swing Feel1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +Let’s smooth out your moves on Dust My Broom.First of all, this is what it sounds and looks like. Don’t try playing it yet, just watch and listen.
I’ll switch between the A and E chords for this example.See me lifting my fingers on the and of four? Now I’ll teach you how to turn the first transition in “Dust My Broom,” the move from A to E in the Intro, into a smooth move. Once you’ve gone through the process, you’ll know how to apply the same set of exercises to the other transitions in the song, and you can just work your way through the song until you’ve smoothed out each transition you’ll encounter.So here’s the smooth move formula I’ve developed for my private students over the years. It works really well.The first two steps train you how to lift. The first step is to just get used to lifting your fingers, second step is to lift them at the right time. The last two steps teach you how to land-how to place your fingers correctly. In the third step, you place your fingers giving yourself as much time as you need.
And the fourth step is to force yourself to lift and place your fingers to a beat, but at a slow tempo.A → EStep 1: Learn to LiftWe’re going to start with step one: Lifting. One note before I demonstrate this: We’re not going to lift all three fretting fingers. We’re using our first finger as a lead finger when we move from A to E, right? So it’s just our second and third fingers that we lift.So we’re going to practice this by grabbing an A chord, giving it a test to make sure it sounds OK, and then lifting the second and third fingers a centimeter or so off the strings, keeping the first finger in place. Replace the fingers you just lifted, and test again to make sure they found their way home. Lift again, replace, and test.
Lift, replace, test.One of your big challenges as a beginning guitarist is to develop finger independence. Without training, our fingers are like sheep in a herd, always wanting to do what their buddies are doing.
This exercise helps train your fingers to act less like sheep and more like cats.pause screenStep 2: Lift on TimeThe next step is to learn how to lift at the right time. You’ll be lifting right before your last upstrum in the measure. We’re just going to isolate that one skill-you’re not going to move to the E chord yet, that comes next.
You don’t want anything to distract you from the task at hand.This is what you’ll be doing. Just watch and listen.Let’s do that four times together.Ready?You should keep working on this until you can consistently lift at the right time. Either pause the video and work more on your own, rewind to play along with me, or if you’ve got it, let’s go on to the next step.pause screenStep 3: Learn to LandNow let’s practice landing on the E chord after you’ve lifted.
You’re probably going to have the urge to get to that E chord as fast as you possibly can, so that you don’t break rhythm, which is an admirable impulse, and will serve you well once you’re actually making music. But right now you’ve got too much other stuff to think about to preoccupy your mind with rushing to the E chord. So break rhythm after you’ve lifted and mosey over the E chord easy as you please. Once you think you’ve got all your ducks in a row, test that E chord to confirm.
If you hear anything wrong, fix the problem before continuing. Go back to A, and repeat. Once you’ve got five or ten correct repetitions under your belt, you can probably start speeding things up.This is what it’ll look like.
Just watch and listen.Now try it with me. Let’s do it four times.Again, keep working on this until you can make the change to the E chord without breaking rhythm.
Rewind and play along with me, or pause and do it on your own.pause screenStep 4: Land on TimeFinally, you’ll want to practice the smooth move without breaking rhythm. The key here is to keep the tempo nice and slow.
Here’s what it’ll sound like. Just watch and listen.Now play along with me. If you’re feeling rushed or you get sloppy moving to your E chord when doing this, you should go back to the learn to land exercise.Keep practicing this until you can consistently land on the E chord correctly.
Either rewind and play with me, or pause and do it on your own.pause screenE → ANow let’s work on the next transition. If you look at your chord chart, in order to go from the intro into the first verse, you’ve got to move from E back to A. You can probably skip the first two steps-the lifting ones-because you’re going to be lifting your second and third fingers again, and you’ve already practiced that movement, while holding an A chord.
Doing the same movement while holding an E chord is very similar. So let’s skip straight to the landing steps.Step 3: Learn to LandGrab your E chord, and just watch me this first time.
I’m going to strum the pattern for one measure, and on the upstrum, I’m going to lift, and taking my time, move back to the A chord. Test the A to confirm you did it right, fix any problems you hear. Then grab the E again and repeat.Now try it with me. Four repetitions again.Work on this transition until you can make the change to the A chord cleanly, without having to fix things.
Rewind and play along with me, or pause and do it on your own.pause screenStep 4: Land on TimeFinally, we’ll practice landing on that E chord while keeping the beat. We’ll choose a nice, slow tempo. This is what it’ll sound like.Now try it with me. Four times again.Keep practicing this until you can consistently land on the A chord correctly.