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TrickyFish

 

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Seeking backing tracks for flamenco ... 

I received a Boss RC-5 looper pedal for Christmas. Thank you family!

This will primarily be a practice tool for me.

It has 99 memory slots. I'd like to load up flamenco compas / metronome rhythms. All the basic compas' at different tempos.

Can anyone recommend a source of such backing tracks?
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Jgtr07

 

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RE: Seeking backing tracks for flame... (in reply to TrickyFish

Flamencómetro Oscar Herrero

These videos are organized in playlists of the basic compás rhythm for about 15 palos, at different tempi.

If you can find an easy way to download the videos, you can just extract the audio tracks and use them for practice.
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TrickyFish

 

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RE: Seeking backing tracks for flame... (in reply to TrickyFish

Thank you. This looks perfect.
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Jgtr07

 

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RE: Seeking backing tracks for flame... (in reply to TrickyFish

You are very welcome!

Also, here is the link to the corresponding Playlist document (in pdf format) with the various palos all listed with the BPM (Beats per Minute) listed from the videos. It also seems that the pdf file contains embedded links to each palo video playlist to make them easier to access directly. It also gives individual links to each video for each tempo. I find this to be really easy to use and very convenient to have as a practice tool.

BPM - Flamencómetro Oscar Herrero - BPM (with Playlist and video links)
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