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Deconstructing Led Zeppelin's Classic Song 'Ramble On' Track by Track: Guitars, Bass, Drums & Vocals | Open Culture
The beauty of isolated tracks is that they allow us to hear an old piece of music in a completely new way. They give us a fresh perspective on something we thought we already knew. Today we bring you a series of isolated tracks showing how Led Zeppelin pieced together one of its classic early songs: “Ramble On.”
The song was written by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant and recorded in New York in the spring of 1969. Led Zeppelin was on its second tour of North America. Along the way, the band popped into various studios to lay down tracks for Led Zeppelin II. The remainder of the album was recorded in the same fashion, between shows in Europe. “We were touring a lot,” bassist John Paul Jones wrote in the liner notes to the Led Zeppelin boxed set. “Jimmy’s riffs were coming fast and furious. A lot of them came from onstage especially during the long improvised section of ‘Dazed and Confused.’ We’d remember the good stuff and dart into a studio along the way.”
music  ledzep  multitracks  songs  70s  guitar  bass  drums  vocals 
may 2016 by rgl7194
Working with .MOGG files | Extracting [Tutorial] - YouTube
Published on Jan 27, 2015
Source Files & lots of MOGG files
http://www.joshuacasper.com/ableton-tutorials/working-with-mogg-files/
I have been pointed to an enormous caché of .mogg files of classic tunes. What is that? Why should I care?
Well, the short of it is that an .mogg file of, let's say, King of Rock by Run DMC has all the original stem recordings ( multi tracked recordings ) encased inside it. Like a tasty little Cadbury Egg filled with pristine recordings of classic music!
This tutorial is going to walk you through getting to that creamy filling. I know that Ableton supports .ogg files, but unfortunately doesn't support these .mogg files. Which I believe is the case for music professional DAWs, but I could be mistaken.
audio  MOGG  multitracks  music  software  tutorial  youtube 
april 2016 by rgl7194
Tutorial: Working with .MOGG files | Extracting - Joshua Casper
Extracting the Stems from an .mogg file for use in a DAW.
I have been pointed to an enormous caché of .mogg files of classic tunes. What is that? Why should I care?
Well, the short of it is that an .mogg file of, let’s say, King of Rock by Run DMC has all the original stem recordings ( multi tracked recordings ) encased inside it. Like a tasty little Cadbury Egg filled with pristine recordings of classic music!
This tutorial is going to walk you through getting to that creamy filling. I know that Ableton supports .ogg files, but unfortunately doesn’t support these .mogg files. Which I believe is the case for music professional DAWs, but I could be mistaken. Luckily for us, however, the free audio platform Audacity does. Go download & install Audacity so we can get started.
What you need:
Run DMC mogg file via torrent or any other MOGG File
Audacity Audio Software
uTorrent (if you don’t have it)
Once you have downloaded that file, installed and opened Audacity we can begin.
Open the mogg file. It will take a second to extract all the stems. Now you can do a few things now or later in your DAW. If you want to label everything that might be useful. Also, some tracks, excluding bass and kicks usually, there are going to be what looks like doubles. Those are not doubles. They are left and right mono recordings that are centered at the moment. You need to pan one full left and one full right in order to get the actual intended audio.
After you have done that go to “export all” in the file menu. You can now export each stem individually as a new format. I use WAV, but you can use whatever you like!
audio  MOGG  multitracks  music  software  tutorial 
april 2016 by rgl7194
Audacity®
Welcome to Audacity!
Audacity® is free, open source, cross-platform software for recording and editing sounds.
Audacity is available for Windows®, Mac®, GNU/Linux® and other operating systems. Check our feature list, wiki and forum.
audio  MOGG  multitracks  music  software 
april 2016 by rgl7194
Audacity download | SourceForge.net
A free multi-track audio editor and recorder
Description
Audacity is a free, easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. The interface is translated into many languages.
Audacity is free software, developed by a group of volunteers and distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Free software is not just free of cost (like "free beer"). It is free as in freedom (like "free speech"). Free software gives you the freedom to use a program, study how it works, improve it and share it with others. For more information, visit the Free Software Foundation.
Programs like Audacity are also called open source software, because their source code is available for anyone to study or use. There are thousands of other free and open source programs, including the Firefox web browser, the LibreOffice or Apache OpenOffice office suites and entire Linux-based operating systems such as Ubuntu.
music  audio  multitracks  MOGG  software 
april 2016 by rgl7194
MOGG Files - Multitrack Digital Audio Format | Just another WordPress.com site
What in the world is a “.Mogg” file ???
Many folks in the Audio Industry have no idea what a .MOGG file is. Neither did I.
I’ve heard of the “.OGG” file format before. They are similiar to an MP3 file, but slightly different in regards to how it converts and compresses the size of the audio file. The .OGG file format has been around for many years. It is commonly used with video game systems.
The “.MOGG” file format is essentially a container file with multiple .OGG files in it.
Please see: About .MOGG File Format Page
What is available on .MOGG file format?
I discovered that there are a limited but quite large number of .MOGG files that consist of many Original Top 40 Hits as well as all kinds of rock/pop/country/soul etc. from various artists.
The catalog is impressive. I actually found a few hundred of them quite easily…just google it.
I also discovered that many of these files came from a popular video game called “Rock Band 1 & 2″. There are many other .MOGG files circulating around the Internet that are not part of the”Rock Band” video game series.
music  audio  multitracks  MOGG 
april 2016 by rgl7194
CREAM Jam Tracks4U | GUITAR JAM TRACKS4U
Badge
Crossroads
I Feel Fre
Politician
Spoonful
Sunshine Of Your Love
White Room
music  multitracks  cream 
april 2016 by rgl7194
LED ZEPPELIN Jam Tracks4U | GUITAR JAM TRACKS4U
Update 4/4/2014
Communication Breakdown
Custard Pie
In My Time Of Dying
Jimmy Page Style Backing
Misty Mont Hop
Moby Dick
Over The Hills
Ramble On
Stairway To Heaven
Ten Years Gone
Wanton Song
What Is And What Should Never Be
Whole Lota Love Backing
HOW TO DOWNLOAD
music  ledzep  multitracks 
april 2016 by rgl7194
MultiTracks.com
Hymn Multi-Track from Multi-Tracks dot com
worship  media  multitracks 
october 2015 by bmwrider
Studio Multitracks
One of the more amazing recent developments in music is the ability to hear isolated tracks from many of the best songs in rock history. You can hear things you’ve never heard before even if you’ve heard the song 1000 times. For anyone who’s recorded or listened to music, this is a major treasure trove. This blog aims to seek these tracks out.
music  multitracks  from delicious
march 2011 by gcn1

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