Yep, like Tom says.Here's one
I did recently with a singer I sometimes work with. Just make sure you have a backing track of reasonable quality - the one she supplied was not the best
On the vocal I used EQ, light reverb, and a compressor with a bottom end roll off.
I am sure you have but just in case have you ever looked at http://www.karaoke-version.co.uk/
They have a version of I don't want to miss a thing. What I tend to do is to solo each track and save it as an individual mp3. These can then be loaded into Mixcraft as separate tracks and therefore the individual instruments can be edited in Mixcraft (like just those jangly guitars you were talking about).
It takes a little effort and it isn't free (each song costs £1.99). But the fee is for the song NOT each track so you can do as many remixes (in this case soloing each track) as you like for the one price.
The quality of the singing on these tracks is variable - but that is what you are most likely to ditch anyway!
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