Burn It Down Remix

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    MajiksMonster

    MajiksMonster Producer/Musician

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    Hey guys. I spent quite a while on this. Let me know what you think!

    *Edit* New Version posted at the bottom of this thread.
     
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    MajiksMonster

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    Sorry. Wrong thread forum..
     
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    Delicious Dave

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    Better then mine :( :p It's cool
     
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    Delicious Dave

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    I like how the rolls are reversed. The rap part is the chorus while the original chorus is the bridge :p
     
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    MajiksMonster

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    Thanks. Let me hear yours!

    Mmhmm. To be honest, that was a last minute decision because I originally had the remix structured the same as the original. One of my friends was surprised I hadn't changed the structure, so I tried it and ta da!
     
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    nice work...could you prompt me:How to make remixes? with program or what?
     
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    MajiksMonster

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    Thanks man. I really appreciate it. Most of my remixes in the past were done with Audacity. I have to admit, it's probably the hardest way to do a remix, so I learned the hard way first. Now, I use FL Studio 10. It's super easy to use, once you learn the basics. But you have to get sound packs. It's really a must. The sounds that come with FL are pretty good, but they're very limited. If I were you, I'd download a trial version of FL Studio, and just watch a TON of tutorials. After that, it's mostly trial and error. Good luck!
     

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