Synthtopia reader, Jon Stubbs (aka “stub”) shared this remix of Carol of the Bells. He notes that the melody of Carol of the Bells was preserved, but arranged as 12/8, vs 3/4. He also offset the melody against the new parts by a note.
ludoWic vs How To Destroy Angels (The Space In Between) was uploaded by: T ludoWic
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James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem) and IBM recently collaborated on a music project for the U.S. Open that explored creating a soundtrack to the event, based on the sonification of data from each tennis match. In a nutshell, IBM developers built algorithms that mapped each player’s movement to audio samples, automatically creating ambient soundscapes based on the… Read More James Murphy Remixes The US Opens
8-bit Matrix – SFSU BECAfest 2013 Winner: Best Sound Design was uploaded by: Phillip Raupach
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Mark Ronson: How sampling transformed music was uploaded by: TED
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This video playlist features a 9-part ‘masterclass’, featuring John ’00’ Fleming discussing remixing Jean Michel Jarre‘s classic Oxygene.
Korg has teamed up with SoundCloud to on a worldwide Korg Gadget contest. The Korg Gadget for iPad Remix Contest runs from February 28 through March 31, 2014. Prizes include an array of Korg gear. Contestants can enter by remixing any of the official demo songs that are pre-installed on Gadget for iPad and then uploading… Read More Korg Gadget For iPad Remix Contest
This series of videos, via Rishabh Rajan, takes a look at remixing in Ableton Live. In the videos, Rajan looks at the process of remixing Froya’s tune, Fries in Cream.