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I have removed the instrument of your choice from the Chano Cadena hit "Josefina" so that you can play or practice along to it.

http://www.puroalice.com/practice_room.htm

You can download clips of the song without the accordion or the bajo sexto or the bass or the drums....even without the vocals....
This track was an out-take from our Chano Cadena y su Conjunto Live in 2005 album
I figured I could make use of it in this way.....Check it out tell me what you think..


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REAL COOL! THANKS FOR SHARING WITH US.

J.Z.


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This is the KOOLEST!  Thank you so much for sharing this with us!  I'm having a blast with it.  A great aid to help keep time and make you feel like you're playing with the stars!  I wish more artistas would do this....

 

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I am glad you liked it guys. I have added a bolero to practice to and will add a polka later. http://www.puroalice.com/practice_room.htm

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Thanks.


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Thanks nickchain for sharing the music. It helps me plenty. This will keep me practicing for a long while. Thanks again!

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I have added a polka to the Practice Room:  La Muchachita de 15 Años
http://www.puroalice.com/practice_room.htm
Now get to it and Practice!


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Thanks for the new practice tracks. I really appreciate you doing this, because I know it takes time. This is a very helpful tool not just for practicing your own instrument, but for learning what everybody else in the conjunto is doing, too, and how it all fits together.

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Nick,
How did you manage to remove the accordion on the musc clips?

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Roy,
I like to record our live gigs every so often and these tracks are some of these multi-track recordings. I recorded the instruments separately with my trusty Yamaha AW-16g multi-track recorder. Then I exported the tracks to my computer for processing and mix-down to two track. Hmm... let me see if I can put up another practice track up on the site. Give me a few days and I will hopefully have another track up.



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Thats a pretty good deal if its still in good shape. I bought mine second hand and I have not had any trouble at all with it---very stable (of course now that I said that, the next time i turn it on it will crash ). It feels really solid and well built and I think its the perfect size. Its fairly easy to use and the recording quality is really good. I've never really used the AW16G to add effects or mixdown to a master. I always just record the tracks on the AW16G then export the tracks via a CDR or CDRW then process and mixdown with my computer. Its alot easier and more flexible using a computer with a big screen and mouse to add effects, mix and master to two track. I wish the AW16G had more than two XLR inputs but I am fortunate that our Mackie mixer has direct 1/4' outs on the first 8 channels so I just use a 1/4" snake to connect. The new Yamaha AW1600 has XLR on all inputs, a USB connection and a bigger hard drive but its about $1000. I would love to be able to dump the tracks via USB or firewire since this would really save time but right now I have more time than money, hehe. Hope this helps.



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