Drum and Bass Guitar MIDI backing tracks to
Each individual drum and cymbal are on separate
tracks. Drum fills included.
Sheet music depicting chords for
Transpose the bass guitar track
to any key.
- After your purchase has
been completed, an email is immediately sent allowing you to download
your collection. Simply click the link and the file will download
to a selected folder of your choice.
- Easily cut and paste to
create your own songs.
- Compatible with Digital
Audio Workstations (DAW): Sonar, Cubase, Ableton Live, Digital
Performer, Logic Pro, GarageBand, Pro Tools, Reason, and the list goes
- Use any MIDI sequencer,
keyboard, synthesizer or sampler.
- Files are GM (General
- View all collections here: MIDI
- View sheet music here: Sheet
Music. Printing the sheet music is easy.
- View in a sequencer here: View
- Easy editing of bass guitar and
- Everything you create is
yours. StyleSupportMIDI backing tracks are royalty free.
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- Nothing is faster than
creating with StyleSupportMIDI backing tracks.
Thoughts on MIDI
backing tracks have changed the way artists record both at home and in
the studio. With the introduction of the digital audio
workstation (DAW), the process of recording backing tracks and complete
finished CD’s has become available to all.
are available that will play MIDI files and sound exactly like the real
instrument. You can even switch instrument sounds when sketching
out your backing tracks without changing the MIDI data.
Only a few years ago,
recording backing tracks to play along was an expensive process.
Hiring session recording artists was out of reach to most of us.
When you're ready to
record, spend time planning ahead with MIDI backing tracks and save
both time and money.
Professional studios and home recording DAWS have effects and
processors that can mix MIDI backing tracks and live recorded tracks
into fantastic recordings saving time and money. You can actually
record everything you need right in your own home using your own
digital audio workstation (DAW) and virtual instruments. Many
recording musicians never enter a professional recording studio.
you're creating backing and accompaniment tracks, pod casts, film and
video presentations, live performance, or a ring tone, you'll find
implementing MIDI backing tracks in the process will create and inspire
you to some great recordings.