Audio Mashup Construction Kit
Wonder what would happen if the Big Band sound crashed into heavy metal? Or what the offspring of a balladeer and a rapper might sound like? How about smooth jazz and acid rock? Stop wondering-this book will take you there. You'll explore hardware and software choices first and select what you need; then you'll sample a little music theory. After that, it's step by step to the big mashup. Do what sounds good.
How to mix & mash.
Cool stuff you'll learn:
- How to use mashup construction software
- Basics of songwriting and music theory
- Insider tips on selecting your songs
- How to get your tracks in key and in sync
- Ways to extract vocals from full songs
- Tricks for arranging your mashup for maximum impact
- How to polish up your mashup with mastering and effects
- Rendering, distribution, and legal considerations
Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Booting Up.
Chapter 2: What Is Mashup?
Chapter 3: Mashup Checklist.
Chapter 4: How Music Works.
Chapter 5: Using the Software.
Chapter 6: Choosing Your Songs.
Chapter 7: Aligning the Tracks.
Chapter 8: Shifting the Pitch.
Chapter 9: Beyond the Beatmapper: Handling Uneven Tempos.
Chapter 10: Unmixing.
Chapter 11: Arrangement: Putting It All Together.
Chapter 12: Finishing Touches.
Chapter 13: Rendering.
Chapter 14: I Fought the Law and....
Chapter 15: Distribution.
Appendix A: What’s on the CD-ROM?
Appendix B: Online Resources.
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