An Introduction to Producing and Remixing

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by audiokid, Oct 28, 2011.

  1. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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  2. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    I was interested in the DAW Kissy Sell Out uses so here's a bit more on that:
    FL Studio

    BBC - Music Showcase - Musicians' Masterclass 2011 - Kissy Sell Out shows off his producing and remixing skills
    BBC - Music Showcase - Musicians' Masterclass 2011 - Kissy Sell Out shows off his producing and remixing skills
     
  3. OKayT

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    FL Studio is a great DAW to create beats on. I found my self-using a lot of the synths and drum samples from FL to replace other sounds in a few of my productions; very easy to use and rewires to other DAW without any problem. The sounds that I’m hearing from kissy are tight, the right plug-ins or just taking the time to play around with the parameters of plug-ins can make a mix real interesting. Personally thou, I’m still waiting for Image Line to create a version that works on the Mac operating system without having to set up a boot camp or parallel desktop, but other than that FL Studio does the job.
     
  4. robertfm101

    robertfm101 Active Member

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    Daw found synthesis and drum samples are perfect mixing sound
     

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