Reason tutorial – Remixing with Acapellas

August 17, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on Reason tutorial – Remixing with Acapellas 

The Prop-guys provides an in-depth tutorial on acapella, perhaps might come in useful

What’s the difference between a professional music producer and an amateur beat maker? Answer: Vocals. Vocals is what elevates a beat – no matter how cool it is on its own – to becoming a track that people can identify with, sing along to, and want to hear again. So what do you do if you aren’t a rapper or vocalist? Fortunately, there’s tons of acapella tracks out there just waiting to be worked with. In fact, many artists are releasing their acapellas in the hopes that people remix them in their own tracks.

In this video, James Bernard shows us how he’s using vocals off Aesop Rock’s latest album to create his own remix.

To check out Aesop Rock head over here:

iTunes:
http://bit.ly/LguVzs

Aesop Rock website:
http://www.rhymesayers.com/aesoprock

How to use Slice to Midi in Ableton using an acapella

September 14, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comments Off on How to use Slice to Midi in Ableton using an acapella 

A short tutorial using Ableton, enjoy

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