Reply To: Question for making any remix


IMO most established dnb artists are going to react negatively to a non-commissioned remix, for example search for stories about Redeyes remixing a Goldie track, a few stories about Tech Itch, people doing remixes of Doc Scott / Nasty Habits tunes. Sure, there are examples of bootlegs and non-commissioned remixes working out, but it sounds like they usually do not.

My suggestion? Once you have the remix done, take out the remix parts, see how the track sounds without them. Either you’ll have a full original track of your own, or most of the components for a new track, and just put in a little more work to wrap it up.

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