Garage tune up for remix

Discussion in 'Production' started by DJ_March, Jan 11, 2009.

  1. DJ_March

    DJ_March New Member

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    Yo,

    Here's an old 2-Step track I released back in 2000, production sounds terrible by todays standards :oops: but it got alot of play back in the day. I recently found the original Cubase audio & project files on an old harddrive, so I'm thinking about doin an up-to-date 2-Step or 4x4 re-production. If anyone's up for doing a DnB remix get in touch, I can send individual vocal parts/instruments or a mixed accappella, whatever you need really.

    Download Link:
    http://www.roastedstudios.co.uk/Marc_J_-_The_Greats_Ft._Rhoda_Rivera.mp3

    There was a Drum n Bass remix, if I can find it, I'll upload it - It had some extra vocal parts.

    If we get some decent remixes together I might get a run of promos pressed to vinyl which could be good exposure for peeps across different genres.
     
  2. Borf™

    Borf™ Borf

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    Looks like a no...
     
  3. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    the tune is good though, i wouldnt mind having a go at remixing it but i have no idear when or even if it would be finished
     
  4. dj-dusty

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    ill give it a bash, are all the parts in wav format coz i use reason
     
  5. MerylStryfe

    MerylStryfe Member

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    I'm always up for something new to work on. :)
    Best way to go would probably be individual wavs, like dj-dusty said.