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Can software isolate specific instruments from MP3s?

by rriggs1 / February 19, 2011 4:23 AM PST

I am a musician and was wondering what kind of software I would need to isolate a specific instrument, (Bass guitar, or any other) so that the part can be heard better making it easier to learn? I'm not sure if when the songs are burned all the tracks are merged into one or there are still tracks that can be isolated and played?

Any insight will be appreciated.

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"You can't take the eggs out of a baked cake"
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 19, 2011 5:39 AM PST
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(NT) Didn't really think so...but wanted to ask!
by rriggs1 / February 19, 2011 6:15 AM PST
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