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Hello,




One of the things that interest me is doing remixes of some songs from my favourite artists. But how? I'm not interest in those remix where you take a small piece of a song, loop it than take another and mix stuff with no brain. I would like to take a song and then do things like former NIne Inch Nails keyboardist Charlie Clouser did for Rob Zombie or Marilyn Manson so: taking a song, putting effects on it, creating a parallel drum track with different sounds that the one from the song so you make it bigger stronger and unique, tweaking vocals by putting effects on it without compromising the rest of the instrumental track. So not really a Remix more like a "Deconstruction Mix" keeping the vibe of the song but adding cool personal features. is it possible to do in Live and How? How can i take a song from a CD putting in a project and then separate the groove from vocals and so on?




Please help.


I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.


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https://forum.ableton.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=221677
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Mar 12 Juin - 11:50 (2018)
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