Mixer desk maybe?
Nah being on line and telling us what hes on about, so we may be able to help!
The words seem to have got isolated from the thread! :grin:
"We should no more let numbers define audio quality than we should let chemical analysis be the arbiter of fine wines." Nelson Pass
CnoEvil wrote: The words seem to have got isolated from the thread! :grin:
Bluesman07 where are you my friend?
The wait is killing me!
I think WHF should deal with this bug that keeps making peoples post on the forum disappear all the time. Or may be people not posting the message properly..?.. Happening too many times now..
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Yeah, quite agree.Been trying to get my sig on, pretty much since i signed up! To no avail.
Thought i knew computers? Maybe not.
What else can i do?
Sorry Guys just trying something!
Still no sig!
Hi all i'm not quite sure what happened above so i'll try again. I'd like some help and advice please, i'd like to be able to listen to guitar lines or bass lines or vocals etc whilst muting everything else.
a, is this possible?
b, is the equipment i'm going to need expensive?
Thanks in anticipation.
AFAIK, not possible without the master tapes. Don't think the data on CDs, etc. records each of the instruments as a separate track.
Certainly not a function I've ever seen advertised.
The nearest you will get to your goal is to use a very good quality graphic equalizer to fade out the frequencies that you don't want to hear , but it won't be perfect .
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You can load media monkey onto your pc (device) That has a graphic eq. But you will never be able to isolate in the way you want to! Unless you have the original masters. As already pointed out.