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\\ Remix this // [submit your songs for reinterpretation]

edited October 13 in Creations

Would also like to see other artists do the same. Different approach (almost) compared to the collab thread.

Create a Dropbox folder or something similar with whatever you feel comfortable adding to it. Add notes if you like here or within the folder. You can submit stems / midi / just vocals / whatever you like. You also have the option to post your song with the link to the remix folder. I know some remixers don’t like to listen to the original before they remix. Can really tear down any sonic walls or preconceived direction.

I’m going to create something with drums / synths / noise / vox etc and like to see who does what to the track. I will include stems to work with + plus the bpm.

If anyone is interested, raise your hand.

[update Oct 12th]
Remix kit for “Do Not” is available now // included is the aum project + stems // I kept the vox dry (mine/Maddy) // no rush on the remix / have fun with it // post the tracks on YouTube / SoundCloud etc // just name your mix

60bpm // E major (Ionian)
AUM project is within

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ba3v06wjb1ok66b/AADx_9iYfDAWDmfQqWxaw1Gga?dl=0

Original mix below

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Comments

  • Never did that - would like to try but with no promise to a usable output :smile:

  • Nice, yes please, and key if possible. If not will wing it :) will be a nice exercise

  • Looking forward to it. This is an experience for both sides. Remixer can possibly try out a different genre and then whoever want to expose their work can listen to a different interpretation. Everything is useable ;)

    @MrBlaschke said:
    Never did that - would like to try but with no promise to a usable output :smile:

    Nice!

    @shinyisshiny said:
    im in!

    I like the possible of remixers to wing it. Try to remove and sonic boundaries :)

    @iammane said:
    Nice, yes please, and key if possible. If not will wing it :) will be a nice exercise

  • Sounds interesting I'm in.

  • I can try to add something digestible.

  • im in boi

  • Don't know if that'll work, but i'll give it a try!

  • What a nice idea!

  • OG post is updated with the remix kit for “Do Not”

    paging @MrBlaschke / @shinyisshiny / @iammane / @Jumpercollins / @Intrepolicious / @noob / @PartOfPayn / @Synthi + anyone else that is interested!

  • @iOSTRAKON great - got the files.
    As time moves i actually have a poop-load of work (thank god for this in these times).
    But will follow this path. Just wanted to confirm that the download went well :smile:
    Stay safe!

  • Files received :triumph: looking forward to this

  • Enjoy and stay safe as well

    @MrBlaschke said:
    @iOSTRAKON great - got the files.
    As time moves i actually have a poop-load of work (thank god for this in these times).
    But will follow this path. Just wanted to confirm that the download went well :smile:
    Stay safe!

    Tear it apart!

    @iammane said:
    Files received :triumph: looking forward to this

  • lemme download dis

  • edited October 15

    I downloaded the package, but literally the only apps I have that you’re using in this are Ravenscroft, Fugue Machine and AUM.

    Edit: of course I can always just play around with the included wav recordings

  • edited October 15

    I used only the wavs , (apart from digistix Bd at the end )Resulted in a fun (well) mix with a Jackhammer from outside building site... ipad mic -> window - >annoyed workers -> jackhammer->AUM->DDMF, L2, Saturn, Burns granulator on vox. Wanted to keep the poetic feel.. downloadable here ->
    now my ears bleed

  • Excellent!!!

    @noob said:
    I used only the wavs , (apart from digistix Bd at the end )Resulted in a fun (well) mix with a Jackhammer from outside building site... ipad mic -> window - >annoyed workers -> jackhammer->AUM->DDMF, L2, Saturn, Burns granulator on vox. Wanted to keep the poetic feel.. downloadable here ->
    now my ears bleed

  • Definitely or just Use a few of them and add in your own elements // go crazy with it

    @Intrepolicious said:
    I downloaded the package, but literally the only apps I have that you’re using in this are Ravenscroft, Fugue Machine and AUM.

    Edit: of course I can always just play around with the included wav recordings

  • Aight, here goes:

    Really dug the industrial sound of the original, I kept getting this Vampire The Masquerade vibe off it especially when I ran your vocals through Voice Synth. I can't remember the name of the track from the soundtrack but it's what inspired this.

    My first thought was to use Gadget, but I had issues with the longer vocal passages and triggering them across the whole track. So I went to my next port of call for remixes - GarageBand. This features Replicant 2, KORG Module AUv3, Voice Synth, Korvpressor, Effectrix and Blackhole Reverb. Also an unused FX slot I forgot to delete :)

    If interested, below is the link to the song file. I dunno if it will work or not, or if anyone cares really.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/1tql3a4uwo9lqkc/iOSTRAKON - Do Not (iammane Masquerade Mix).band.zip?dl=0

    @iOSTRAKON thanks man, this was a good project to work on :smiley:

  • Fantastic idea. Way less pressure than the collab thread for us introverts 🤓

  • Some fans / listeners don’t give remixes enough credit. I’ve usually enjoyed hearing different approaches to a song. Turning a metal song into an industrial for example.

    @iammane and @noob perfectly take a song and put their stamp on it. If not their own stamp or usual style, it can help the artist to branch out. Great work, mofos!

    @iammane said:
    Aight, here goes:

    Really dug the industrial sound of the original, I kept getting this Vampire The Masquerade vibe off it especially when I ran your vocals through Voice Synth. I can't remember the name of the track from the soundtrack but it's what inspired this.

    My first thought was to use Gadget, but I had issues with the longer vocal passages and triggering them across the whole track. So I went to my next port of call for remixes - GarageBand. This features Replicant 2, KORG Module AUv3, Voice Synth, Korvpressor, Effectrix and Blackhole Reverb. Also an unused FX slot I forgot to delete :)

    If interested, below is the link to the song file. I dunno if it will work or not, or if anyone cares really.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/1tql3a4uwo9lqkc/iOSTRAKON - Do Not (iammane Masquerade Mix).band.zip?dl=0

    @iOSTRAKON thanks man, this was a good project to work on :smiley:

    Definitely no pressure at all, hope more noisemakers add their tracks for remixes.

    @gusgranite said:
    Fantastic idea. Way less pressure than the collab thread for us introverts 🤓

  • trippy B) great to hear different interpretations on the same stems > @iammane said:

    Aight, here goes:

    Really dug the industrial sound of the original, I kept getting this Vampire The Masquerade vibe off it especially when I ran your vocals through Voice Synth. I can't remember the name of the track from the soundtrack but it's what inspired this.

    My first thought was to use Gadget, but I had issues with the longer vocal passages and triggering them across the whole track. So I went to my next port of call for remixes - GarageBand. This features Replicant 2, KORG Module AUv3, Voice Synth, Korvpressor, Effectrix and Blackhole Reverb. Also an unused FX slot I forgot to delete :)

    If interested, below is the link to the song file. I dunno if it will work or not, or if anyone cares really.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/1tql3a4uwo9lqkc/iOSTRAKON - Do Not (iammane Masquerade Mix).band.zip?dl=0

    @iOSTRAKON thanks man, this was a good project to work on :smiley:

  • edited October 16

    @iOSTRAKON
    OK....here’s my contribution to the fun....

    Had a bit of fun with this one. Loaded the original wavs into BM3. Sliced, diced, manipulated and arranged. Then mixed it in Auria Pro. I had a weird inspiration from listening to some Verve the other day. Anyway, had a tonne of effects on things. Lots of fun. Nice to do something outside of my own world. I hope you enjoy it.

  • Hell yeah // great work
    Experimental and mesmerizing

    @arktek said:
    @iOSTRAKON
    OK....here’s my contribution to the fun....

    Had a bit of fun with this one. Loaded the original wavs into BM3. Sliced, diced, manipulated and arranged. Then mixed it in Auria Pro. I had a weird inspiration from listening to some Verve the other day. Anyway, had a tonne of effects on things. Lots of fun. Nice to do something outside of my own world. I hope you enjoy it.

  • edited October 16

    @arktek niiice I do think its more fun like this- destroy n slice stems , I mean @iOSTRAKON got all the fkin apps in the appstore, this way anyone can do remixes without setting their wallets on fire

    @arktek said:
    @iOSTRAKON
    OK....here’s my contribution to the fun....

    Had a bit of fun with this one. Loaded the original wavs into BM3. Sliced, diced, manipulated and arranged. Then mixed it in Auria Pro. I had a weird inspiration from listening to some Verve the other day. Anyway, had a tonne of effects on things. Lots of fun. Nice to do something outside of my own world. I hope you enjoy it.

  • edited October 18

    @noob the beauty of wav files. I don't even think you need to think too much about key and then you can just put those files anywhere. It's the fun side of samplers. I think that's where BM3 can shine. Even though it's kind of designed with that in mind. It actually gets more interesting when you take it out of that environment. I actually do more stuff by direct audio manipulation than getting too stuck in MIDI. I also think that with a little imagination any of the DAWs can be used as great big samplers. Tha's how I've always viewed their potential.

    @iOSTRAKON thanks for the feedback and thanks for putting this out there. You could go so many ways with this track, but this is what was there when I opened the box.

  • I’m really enjoying working on this. It was definitely the creative diversion I needed.

  • Had a lot of fun working with the original materials. Lots of ApeSoft apps used, especially Sparkle for voice transformation. Kept the Fugue motif driving PureSynth and Kronecker.

    Comments are welcome since I have just 6 months of music/noise making and still struggle a lot.

    Everything I know I learned here in the forum. Thank you all and hope you enjoy 🙏

  • Great work @Yodha ! Very ghostly & mystical atmosphere. You’ve done a great job picking up lessons on the forum. Keep it up!

    @Yodha said:
    Had a lot of fun working with the original materials. Lots of ApeSoft apps used, especially Sparkle for voice transformation. Kept the Fugue motif driving PureSynth and Kronecker.

    Comments are welcome since I have just 6 months of music/noise making and still struggle a lot.

    Everything I know I learned here in the forum. Thank you all and hope you enjoy 🙏

  • edited October 17

    @Yodha said:
    Had a lot of fun working with the original materials. Lots of ApeSoft apps used, especially Sparkle for voice transformation. Kept the Fugue motif driving PureSynth and Kronecker.

    Comments are welcome since I have just 6 months of music/noise making and still struggle a lot.

    Everything I know I learned here in the forum. Thank you all and hope you enjoy 🙏

    niiice. the Vox hehe like. And the Kronecker resonated stuff also @Yodha

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