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    Dj JazzyPete
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    Hi fairly new to Ableton and have a copy of Ableton Live lite I got with my Keyboard ( M audio Axium air 32 -which I don’t really know how to use ) Have been going though some fine tutorials dired to by some of the guys here , Bit thanks for the advise ..
    Anyway Have a friend who is a blues singer how needs a track remixed asap . The only person he knows that is a Dj and might be able to help is me ..
    And I said yes remix your track .. silly me ( thought it would be a good learning experience and help him out too.. but I have no idea how to go with this . Ok he has sent me an Mp3 of the track ..Have watched a few videos on remixing where they download stems into Ableton etc ?.. I just really want to add some loops and make the song more dance orientated adding new drums and some funky organ etc .. I am really lost on what to do and where to start on the remix ..
    HELP !!

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    Terry_42
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    Sorry I cannot answer this question in the forum. I prolly would need at least 8 hours explaining and showing you stuff, by what I read how little knowledge you have on the topic.
    Also you would not need only an mp3 recording to make this work (that is even more work), but you need each recording track separated, so the recording project file in an open format would be cool 😛
    Possibly midi map notations etc.
    Or single synchronized wav or mp3 files for each recording track.

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    Dj JazzyPete
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    Thanks for the reply Terry 🙂 Lots of learning to do .. but all good .. I have the instrumental track and the Track with Vocals is all he could give me . Do you know of any good videos etc where I can start with this ?

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    Terry_42
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    Go to the Ableton website, login with the account that you registered the software on. Then go to “my Account” there you click on Tutorials and there is some excellent introductions on how to do this.

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