David Guetta On Making A Remix

From his bedroom to the dancefloor      14/07/21

David Guetta is one of the worlds biggest DJs and producers, and though some may not adore his 'Future Rave' dance music style - to see him making a remix from scratch in Ableton, then taking it onto the dance floor is a refreshing insight. He says he wants to inspire people to make music in their bedrooms, and recommends a good set of headphones. 

Each set he plays is made in this way, making his live performances unique - something which has not been seen or heard before. He follows up the remix with a mash-up - mixing two records together in a cohesive and workable way. He illustrates the use of experimentation in music making as well as focusing on keeping musical elements simple. He uses iZoptope Neutron to clean up his mix and give more space to the vocals. 

 

About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.



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