Backing track recommendations

Hello dear friends,

Where can i find a good(wide selection of backing tracks so i can practice improvising? Any recommendations?

Thanks in advance…

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AUsher Tracks on YouTube has been great for me.


I have no experience here but what about something like Band in a Box? Or what about using a free DAW like Garage Band?

BIB has a major learning curve. It takes time to build decent tracks no matter what. You’re still writing music, just with automated tools. It’s also not cheap at $129 for the lowest option.

If solo practice is what you’re after, YouTube and some simple searches yield solid results. Tons of styles, feels, keys, time signatures……whatever.

Many even show you the chords as they go by. Great for rolling with changes.

A lot of those channels use Band In A Box to make their tracks.