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29 Jan 2017
Schoolboy Q
According to Wikipedia, "A remix is surely an alternative form of an audio lesson, distinctive from the original version. A remixer uses audio mixing to compose an alternate master recording of an song, adding or subtracting elements, or just changing the equalization, dynamics, pitch, tempo, playing time or any aspect of the various musical components´┐Ż. Sounds simple enough, right? Well in principle, yes, it can be, but like every musical art, there's more with it than meets the ear.

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In this article, I'll be suggesting what it's prefer to be employed in the current remix industry, and how better to go about breaking into it. In next month's SOS, I'll follow this on top of some down-to-earth, practical suggestions about the creative side of remixing. I won't lie, however and let you know that it is really an easy industry to get involved with - it's not. Yet it's a very rewarding one. Often it is possible to write and create a track the same manner you'd when it were your own, though the main benefit of getting the song already written, the vocals already recorded, along with a record label already focused on the song. You can also get a lot of publicity in the popularity of the artist that you are remixing. In the past, I've remixed artists including Rihanna, Robbie Williams, Sugababes, INXS and more. By remixing tracks by artists honestly, the correct answer is entirely possible that the fans in the artist help keep an eye out for your remixes down the road, as you remixed their favourite artist. That kind of PR is invaluable - actually, it could often help establish you being a producer is likely to right, further down the line.


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