hip hop remixes

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There are numerous different equipment/ software choices to use within order to build quality Hip Hop remixes. The software referred to as Ableton Live (now on version 8) provides all the equipment needed to generate a quality Hip Hop remix mixing elements from any tempo without degrading the sound quality. Sony Acid software is another choice to think about for remixing purposes as well. Research online to get additional gear & software choices. The goal of this short article is to supply recommendations on putting together the Hip Hop remixes after you curently have your recording & production equipment and/or software set-up & ready to start remixing. The info presented is to not be thought of as "Rules of Remixing" however when following these tips you will have a much better potential for producing Hot Hip Hop Remixes that may please audiences of types. remixes

To be able to have the most flexibility & options when starting a Hip Hop remix, you may wish to have the initial song's accapella & beat instrumental as these will allow you the most options when coming up with your Hip Hop remixes. The first thing to think about when planning a Hip Hop remix is to choose if you will keep the overall focus of the song exactly like the initial while just adding Hip Hop elements to the track such as a rap verses and/or beat replacement or if you will change perspective of the song from say a female standpoint to a man standpoint or vice versa. The main thing to think about when deciding whether or not to alter the beat/instrumental of the song to another is on the basis of the popularity of the song's current beat/instrumental. If the song's original beat/instrumental is located to be always a huge aspect in the general success of the song & might not be improved upon, do not change the beat, Doing so could quickly alienate Your listeners who have really grown attached to the song's original beat.

When remixing a tune that may retain the initial beat/instrumental, you must instead boost the song by re-arranging the vocal aspects of the track and add an 8, 12, or 16 bar Hip Hop verse as an introduction to the song on the song's already popular beat/instrumental. You would like the Hip Hop/rap verse to deal directly with the song's current subject matter while adding another outlook/point of view and excitement to the track. You might want to create the song's hook to the mix directly following the rap verse intro, or you may decide to go into the 1st as well as second verse & really switch it up. You don't want to alter the order of things just for the hell of it, the changes you make must have purpose to boost the excitement level of the song so the remix brings it up even higher, the remix should be able to be heard being an improvement on the initial song and if not then should not be done at all.

When you encounter a tune that you want to change the beat/instrumental to boost the remix, understand that you do not have to utilize a genuine beat that you produced for the remix in fact, a technique that works perfectly involves working together with pieces of previous hit tracks that will have dealt with similar subject matter as the current song you are remixing. By mixing the beat elements from the prior popular song you will boost the remix while also further grabbing the listener's ears with a sense of nostalgia. you may even use elements from several songs to accomplish your Hip Hop remix. This technique should not be confused with the mixes referred to as mash-ups which are essentially several songs which are mashed together more just like a live deejay blend. The different song elements found in the remixes must have a more planned, edited & polished sound using only the song elements that mesh perfectly together with any tweaking carried out prior to recording so the track sounds just like a professional production. On some Hip Hop remixes you may decide to only utilize the hook/chorus of the initial song while completely replacing the singing verse with rap verses, this can be achieved while using the original beat/instrumental, or changing to another one if you think you may improve upon it.  90's hip hop

If you are a rapper/Hip Hop artist putting together a "mix tape CD/download for the purpose of promotion using instrumentals from already popular songs I suggest that rather than putting your rap verses on the most popular song's beat/instrumental on their own instead add your rap verse (one or two 8 or 16 bar)to the song keeping the initial artist on the song too. If the song is popular you'd run the risk confusing the listener as they will be expecting to listen to the artist they already like on the song. In the event that you enhance it rather than replacing them, you will have the ability to showcase your raps on a tune that already has fans in addition to show as possible easily fit into and show your skills right along with the already popular/established recording artist.