Complete Guide to Remixing (Anglais) Broché – septembre 2003
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Remixing live with a pair of turntables and a DJ mixer took off in the early 1980s with DJs (such as the late, great Jam Master Jay of Run DMC, see figure 1.1) adding their own musical elements to commercially available songs during their sets. Lire la première page
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As can be expected the sections of the book that refer to specific computer hardware and software are already not completely current but thankfully the real treasure in this book is found in the sections dealing with production, and this will certainly be valid for many years to come. There's excellent advice given about targeting a style and setting up your sequencer to begin remixing including essential facts about time-stretching and time-correcting remix elements. The chapter on working with lead vocals and micro-editing is particularly eye-opening and useful far beyond the context of remixing.
Perhaps the coolest thing about this guide is the included CD which allows you to hear the production techniques being described. For example, no matter how well a "stutter edit" is described in words, nothing compares to actually hearing it for yourself, and this is as simple as cueing up the CD to the track boldly listed at the beginning of the corresponding section. A number of advanced production devices are presented this way along with a step by step description of how the effect was achieved, these alone are worth the price of the book. Additional production tips are contributed by remixing heavyweights BT, Dave Audé, Thunderpuss, and Deepsky.
The references to chords and chord progressions are overly simplified and contain at least one glaring error but this isn't really the focus of the book and this information can easily be found in other resources. As a guide to remixing and electronic music production in general, this book is a solid hit.
Remixing is an art, but you gotta start somewhere.While there is no subtitution for actual practice, you can't go wrong with this book.
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