Tag Archives: Remixing Techniques

How to Start Remixing – Finding a great acapella!

How to Start Remixing – Finding a great acapella!

If you’re just getting started out, it’s best NOT to labour for hours just to finish your “first track”.  Look at it this way: your just starting the course, so it’s going to take some practise!  Be prepared to start many projects, and don’t be afraid to start remixing a new tune and trying some new techniques.

The more time you spend trying, testing, and experimenting, the faster your skills will improve.  Ahh, but I get ahead of myself…

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The Remix Guide – Learn How to Remix

You may love remixes, you may hate them, but the fact is: musicians have been playing, tweaking, modifying, and performing each others music since the dawn of music.

The "Re"-mixing Console?

The Re-Mixing Console?

While the term “remix” insinuates a second look at the way a recording has been mixed, modern producers have certainly stretched it.  Many a modern remix could indeed also be called a re-recording, an additional production, a re-produced recording, and even a Re-Imagination of the original tune.

For producers, composers, and musicians it’s really our current form of taking a song we love (or simply wish were recorded better!), and adding our own vision to it.  Here in The Remix Guide we’re going to look more into the techniques of remixing, different types of remixes, and most importantly, the art of producing a remix.

Follow along, and please comment or ask questions!  It will help us provide you with current, relevant content!

Happy Remixing!

 

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