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    Heartbreak Hotel, Room 11 Albert's Avatar
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    Here's a sample of a track where all instruments were removed (by computer). Allthough removing all instruments might be a bit too much, it's still a good example that artificially removing audiochannels might turn out wonderfully:
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    albert did you do that cause its amazing ,any chance you could do jailhouse rock mate :worthy:

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    Albert,

    Thanks for posting that again. I absolutely love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E.L.V.I.S
    Albert did you do that cause its amazing ,any chance you could do jailhouse rock mate :worthy:
    No, unfortunately I haven't done this one. I was told how stripping instruments worked, and it's a difficult job. You really must have a lot of experience working with audio editing software.

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    waw this is really great Albert

    This gives me chilles, all over my body.

    Elvis is pure voice power is that great. :worthy:

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    Thanks mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert
    So a FTD release with undubbed 70s ballads might be a big hit? That release would very much standout between the many sessions and live cd's
    I'D BUY IT IN A HEARTBEAT!!!

    I wish, at the very least, that FTD would consider re-releasing the OUR MEMORIES OF ELVIS LP's in their special 7-inch format!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert
    No, unfortunately I haven't done this one. I was told how stripping instruments worked, and it's a difficult job. You really must have a lot of experience working with audio editing software.
    Could you tell me wich software do you use for this kind of stripping??
    Thankzz

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    No, I wish I could. I haven't done this one, nor could I do any other track. I recevied this track from a friend some time ago.
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    Regarding this audio software, Keith F (I believe it was) had a little while ago posted some songs which he had cleaned up, including a track of I'm A Roustabout which sounded better than it did on Second To None.

    Does anyone else here have such capabilities? I'd love to hear more. Some tracks which don't sound bad, but I wonder if they could be improved (though likely not much considering how they were recorded), are the songs recorded at the Thompson family home in November 1973, among them I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry, Baby What You Want Me To Do, See See Rider, and That's All Right. Perhaps they were already worked on though prior to their release on a few imports.

    But hearing any more would be great--certainly ones of the a cappella variety.
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