Remix: Printing and Mixing the Synths for the Remix

By in Master the Art of Music Creation

The initial synth hooks and loops have been created using MIDI and virtual instruments in our last episode. I like to convert my synth tracks to audio. Working with audio at some point in your production workflow offers many benefits and here in Episode 6 of Master the Art of Music Creation, I will explain the advantages of this way of working.

We will cover Bounce In Place (BIP), grouping tracks for editing, AudioSuite plug-ins for reverse effects, as well as some other cool edit features and how you can use audio plug-ins. By the time we are done the synths sound much brighter, wider, right up in your face and what I really like is they sound much more aggressive with the processing.

During this episode I will be using the song ‘Words to Say’ from the South African band The Arrows. You may remember the song when it was featured in the From Creation to Final Mix series. Let’s get started.

To learn more about the production of ‘Words to Say’ watch the 6-part video series, From Creation to Final Mix, featuring music producer Fab Dupont and The Arrows. In addition to learning about the creative process, you can download the tracks to try creating your own remix.

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I started my career in 1999 as Music Producer before I joined Avid in 2006. During the past year I finished my Bachelor of Science Degree in Audio Production. Beside my current job as a Solutions Specialist I am producing EDM in my studio