Publisher description for The remixer's bible : build better beats / Francis Preve.
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The Remixer's Bible is a comprehensive collection of interviews and dance music production tips from Keyboard magazine.
From downtempo and hip-hop to house and electro, this book is full of insider information on techniques the pros use to create world-class remixes and dance tracks. There's a section on getting started for beginners that details MIDI and sample clearance. For veterans, there's instruction on how to craft infectious synth hooks and retro grooves, edit vocals, create loops, and compress bass tracks. Plenty of software tips are also on hand, detailing popular programs like Ableton Live, Reason, and Project5. The book also includes a CD featuring remixable sessions from Coldcut, Gabriel and Dresden, Jacinta and Meat Beat Manifesto.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Sound recordings -- Remixing.
Digital audio editors.