Start with good audio editing software. This is where most of the work happens. In your digital audio workstation, also known as DAW, you can import audio tracks which comprise the beats, instrumental tracks, vocals, sound effects, etc.
Select a track to remix. Remixing is a derivative art form; that is, it builds directly on at least one other work of art. Selecting which track you want to remix is an important part of the process.
Add your own sounds. This is where you stamp the track with your contribution. This can range from changing the feel, by adding new rhythm tracks, to total destruction.
Remember to pay attention to copyright laws in your area if you plan on selling or performing your music live. Unauthorized use of an author's tracks can get you in trouble with the law.
Dissect the track. To make the remix job easier, you want to isolate not just the melodic elements, but the rhythmic elements as well.
Experiment! Try all the available effects in your DAW/audio editing software to see how they will sound on each part. There are plenty of things to choose from, including delay, phaser, chorus, flanger, filters and other EQ, reverb, amplitude modulation, ring modulation, frequency modulation, time stretching, pitch shifting or correction, vocoder and more.
Reconstruct the track. First, set the BPM (tempo—beats per minute) and time signature (usually 4/4 in popular music, but sometimes 3/4) in your looping software.
Export your creation (mastering). When your remix has a start and finish, and you are satisfied with it, you should export. Save all or export to a WAV or AIFF file (don't encode an MP3 just yet.
While optional, it's recommended to go back and "master" your track. This means applying effects to bring out certain parts of your mix.
Distribute your remix.
Select a track to remix
Add your own sounds.
Remember to pay attention to copyright laws in your area if you plan onperforming
Dissect the track
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You can use 2 apps -- 1)bandlab or 2)audio mp3 cutter mis converter and ringtone maker OR FOR STEPS GIVEN ABOVE You can do this in an audio editing application like Ableton or Audacity. These apps make it easy to cut loops.Cutting loops is a fairly simple process. First, listen to your file, and identify the sections you'd like to cut.
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