02|23|08   Free Remix Package: Darkwave = MC Squared

Would you like to have the opportunity to create a remix of one of our songs and have us share it with others through our website? We promise to post every remix you send us! In fact, after you’re fully satisfied with your own creation, you can even opt to give us permission to release it in some capacity in the future, either as a CD, a free downloadable remix album, as bounes tracks on a USB stick – anything’s possible. However, all these things aside, your number one priority should just be to have a hassle-free and fun time experimenting with music you enjoy and are curious about!

This remix package includes everything from samples and loops, to the full vocal and instrument tracks as used on the recording. All samples, loops and tracks are 16 bit, 44.100 kHz, and 107bpm.

If and when you’ve downloaded the files, please let us know how your remix is coming along, and be sure to share the results with us and everyone else. Have fun!

Get your free remix package here:

The Darkwave Remix Package by The Enright House is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 New Zealand License (full legal code). Based on the song Darkwave Equals MC Squared by The Enright House.

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  • phil

    I just wondered what remix program you’re using on the screenshot at the top. I’m not really much into that audio stuff (just played a bit around with GarageBand) but I’d love to try it out with your samples. Is it Ableton?

  • http://www.theenrighthouse.com Mark

    Hey Philipp,

    I use Apple’s Logic Pro 7. It’s not really a program specific for remixing, but rather an all-in-one DAW (digital audio workstation). I haven’t used Ableton much over the last 2 years, but I hear people really like it for remixing and live work.

    Garageband, if you just want to give the remix a go, should actually be a pretty good start.

    Hope you have fun! :)

    All the best,
    Mark

  • http://www.thenotoneproject.de.vu Oliver

    well, i´ll take a look and perhaps ambientify it a bit… i somehow like the song on the first listen ;)

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