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We are going to put this track in. I will tell you where. It is right about here. I will bring it in and start it there. Okay. That is where I am going to bring this track in because what I have done is I basically listen to both tracks and I worked them out so let us say for example if I was doing an mix of say 10 or 20 tracks. Everything had and then in between each individual track then what I can do I could get. I got only a good structure of a mix one track in the other. I could actually get a good structure of any prior mix like may be it is time consuming but to get that mix what you are actually doing sounding average. The volume this is the way to do it.
Okay so the track is finishing.
What we will do is we will just rewind this.
Have a listen to this particular track. This is the one that we are going to be mixing in okay.
Let fast forward it a little bit.
Right now then what I am going to do. I am going to start of that one again and I am going to bring this one in at the time I said I was going to bring it in and let us see what happens. Here we go.
Again, I have got all the key sets flat. It is all at 12 o’clock. Let us get it to them ready by the way if it does of date, you could update and those things here we go.
Do you here that beat?
Basically once I get it to go back staying in the right atrophy here and put this all together I can always use the jump here okay.
Now everyone that I am taking away, I am going to increase the actual making of that because I want to emphasize the vocals let see what I mean.
Okay it was made on this one. I have taken the base away from that one. Again it was not exactly the best thing world but then again you see if I had spend a little bit more when I say a little bit more time if you talk about it in the headphones on and it let us just pause it out for one second. Stop it stop it right there, right. If I have the headphones on hopefully, it would better but then again you see when you actually put a mix together. It is a little about spending time. All right anyone or to say anyone. You could all of a sudden like get through your records and just grab a track tuck it on and grab another chuck it, grab another one and chuck it on.
But if you want to get a really good set together it is an idea that you listen to each individual track and then you format it. You listen to the end of a track and what you have to basically do is you have to think roll the end of that track going with the beginning of the next track because that is what it is all about to be beginning with that is what you need to do. As you get better and you get more confident, then what you can do. You do not have to think well. I am going to play that track all the way to the end and bring the beginning of that track and then play that track to the end and put the beginning to the next track in.
What you can actually do is you can like well, I can play that track this track number one all the way through to stay halfway. I then I can bring her, the actual beating of the next track in halfway through the first track and then they will be playing that track through. Let say the third track you can bring in and say three quarters of the way through the second track. Now again, it is all quite logical. It is complete rocket size to some people. It is like how the hell does he do it but it is about practice all right. I hope this has been a help. Thanks for watching and as usual practice and enjoy.