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Audio files

My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and I sometimes have mp3 or wave files which are extracted from youtube videos.  I want to know when playing the file, of course there are various instruments that make up the music including the singer's voice.
Is it possible to split the various instrument to separate tracks, so if I wish to hear just the drums beat track, I could copy this into a new file and play it.  BTW I have Sony Sound Forge version 10, but just do not know how to use it for this purpose. Thank you.
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Jegajothy vythilingam

8/22/2022 - Mon
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In response to DaveBaldwin, is there any roundabout way of doing it.   Or is there a way of playing the music thru a sophisticated software that would play certain instruments louder than then others, and then recording it.  Or some other ingenious way? thank u.
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thank u
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