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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.
We've made it to the end of the line. We've remixed an entire song in Logic Pro. Let's go ahead and pull the original version out onto the Arrange window and right next to it we'll place our finished remix. I'll shrink the screen. I will mute out our remix for the moment, and play about 30 seconds of the original just to remind you where we started before we listen to our entire remix start to finish and enjoy where we wound up. (Music playing) Now, let's take a listen to our remix, all the way from the start until the very end.
(Music playing) It's always exciting to listen to the finished remix next to the original.
Essentially, what we've done is produced an entirely new musical track underneath a solitary vocal. It's not an easy task but it's both challenging and very rewarding, and I hope you have found this process as fun as I do.
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