Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Listening through the final club mix, part of Remixing Techniques: Arranging and Song Form.
Now it's time to listen through the finished club mix in Ableton Live.…I'll move the playhead to the beginning of this song and let's listen through.…(song playing)…I would like to point out that this arrangement really captures the mood of the song.…
As I mentioned earlier in the course, I always strive to make my arrangements…fit so naturally with the vocals it's as if the singer recorded their vocals to my track.…If you're a Premium member and working along in the included Ableton Live…session, then please spend a few minutes looking through the session, because…there is a lot of information available to you, in terms of mix settings and…mix approach.…
- Reviewing the different types of arranging: music, remix, and radio/club
- Referencing a previous version of the song
- Listening to stems
- Creating a sketch arrangement
- Adding synths and guitars
- Developing the drums and bass
- Using time stretching
- Creating a radio edit from a club mix
- Adding special effects like drum fills and delays
Skill Level Intermediate
Remixing Techniques: Time Stretchingwith Josh Harris2h 51m Intermediate
Pro Tools: Music Editing for TV and Filmwith RIAN SKYE G LEWIN3h 30m Intermediate
Ableton Live 8 Essential Trainingwith Rick Schmunk7h 20m Beginner
1. Arranging: An Overview
2. Arranging for the Radio
3. Arranging for the Club
4. Creating a Radio Edit from a Club Mix
5. Adding Arrangement Ear Candy
6. Final Listens
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