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In this course, author Josh Harris demonstrates constructing a remix using only a pre-existing vocal track as a starting point. The course shows how to time-stretch vocals, offers suggestions for establishing a musical direction, and explains how to audition and layer Apple loops. The course also covers programming beats using synths, generating vocal samples, arranging the remix, and creating master-quality final mixes.
Congratulations on finishing up remixing a song in Logic Pro, and thank you for taking the time to watch the course. I know that this is a lot of information to process, but keep in mind that the only way to get really good is to log the hours. Your workflow should improve with each track and you will develop your own philosophies and approaches to the different modules of building a remix. I hope that all of you come away from this course with a better handle on how to construct a remix in Logic Pro. Take the time to find your voice as a remixer, you do not want to sound like ten another remixers remixing in the same style as you.
As you spend more time working on your craft you will begin to find your signature tricks and sounds as a remixer. Feel free to search for more of my work on YouTube by searching Josh Harris and remixer.
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