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    Avatar of awesomsir
    awesomsir
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    Hey guys, this is my first post, just wanted your opinion on some remixes I’ve done.

    I’m opening for a band tomorrow night at my church, just thought I could add these two songs to my set:

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    I’m really new to music production, (I made these out of loops and samples), just want to hear your opinions on how I can make these much better, or they’re worth adding to my set.

    Thanks.

    #38498
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    awesomsir
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    Wow, there is really no one on these forums…

    #38499
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    Anonymous

    Hey bro, thought I might break up the cobwebs!

    I am realling digging O Praise Him. Although I would classifie it more as a “Mash-up” than a remix.

    I am not much into dubstep as a producer but I like what you did with the song. My only addition would be to add MORE SUB! lol. This song is good on it’s own but you definately added some awesome accents that hyped it up for me.

    As far as the hillsong remix. It is out of key with your lead and vocal clip. O, and I am not too clear on copyright stuff, but I heard some stuff on taking clips from a cd and using it without permission, even if it is for free, like say at a DJ set. Just a suggestion, I am still looking into it myself.

    That’s me two pennies. You do great work! Keep it up

    Blessings!
    Stranger

    #38500
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    awesomsir
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    Thanks for the feedback, I’ll look into fixing up those tracks, cheers!!!

    #38501
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    P.S. As far as the forums go, just keep posting and reading. There really is alot of resources here, sometimes it just takes a bit longer to get some responses.

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