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Old 20-07-2011, 09:50 AM
FraserH FraserH is offline
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i do some preoduction but am just getting into it and learning the basics of ableton suite 8 at the moment.

i would do remixes if the original track was good and they supplied full separate stems (perc, drum loop, bass, melody etc etc) to use rather than just giving an mp3 and saying remix this.

if you like remixing go on to sound cloud and check out the remix competitions they have on there. you get big name proudcers/bands offering chances t remix there tunes.
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