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Jamtracks and local audio files won't close
Backing tracks, of course, have some justification. To demonstrate something, for learning and teaching etc.

However, I prefer to play WITH living people.
Instead of TO "dead" backing tracks.

Backing tracks do not listen to what people are playing - they are indifferent if someone wants to change tempo, e.g.

Even if there are "only" lead instruments (lead guitar, woodwind, brass) in a session, then there is always our own living heartbeat to work with, so to speak. Much better than a "dead machine", as a backing tracks in a way is.

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RE: Jamtracks and local audio files won't close - by Hans Peter Augustesen - 07-25-2020, 02:11 PM

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