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Mixing out of Painkiller's Cutting Edge Science RMX?

Chemogen
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Posted : Feb 23, 2010 20:38:46
I seriously can't figure out how to decently mix out of this track! It really seems like it was produced specifically so it couldn't be mixed out so the whole thing can be heard.

It's way to busy in the last minute, and literally ends off with crazy kick patterns...Any ideas? I'd like to be able to blend a bit rather than just starting the next track as soon as that one finishes.
Shiranui
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Posted : Feb 23, 2010 20:57






One way to do it:
You should program so that you switch the bass over at 8:07

Then you can cut the track out before the craziness starts at 8:20

I would do some back and forth cutting for the fills in the outgoing track.

if I were home I would make an example mix for you.
Ascension
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Posted : Feb 23, 2010 22:23
you can always mix out early

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supergroover
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Posted : Feb 24, 2010 11:37
I don't see the problem here.. Just start between 730 and 8. Cut all the eq's of the next track or choose one that starts with just kick n bass.. and gradually take away the mid/ highs of the painkiller remix.           soundcloud.com/supergroover
Chemogen
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Posted : Feb 24, 2010 15:01
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