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Vivaldi remixed: classical music reinvents itself - Telegraph

Vivaldi remixed: classical music reinvents itself - Telegraph | Borrowing Sound | Scoop.it
Max Richter's new version of Vivaldi's Four Seasons shows that the classical remix has finally come of age, says Ivan Hewett.
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Classical musicians remixing the ledgends of their industry.

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The Remix Business: Part 1

The Remix Business: Part 1 | Borrowing Sound | Scoop.it
Remixing is a modern phenomenon that has turned into a viable way for hi-tech musicians to make money from their skills. But how do you get heard, how do you land a job, and how much should you charge to do it?
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Remixing as an industry: How to break into the business?

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All Samples Cleared: The Importance & Rules Of Hip Hop Sampling - HipHopDX

All Samples Cleared: The Importance & Rules Of Hip Hop Sampling - HipHopDX | Borrowing Sound | Scoop.it
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All Samples Cleared: The Importance & Rules Of Hip Hop Sampling
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Apollo Brown lists his 20 favorite Hip Hop samples and runs down the significance and proper etiquette of sample-based production.
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Focuses on the etiquette of sampling music.

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How to Remix

How to Remix | Borrowing Sound | Scoop.it
How to Remix. Remixing is a blast. You've heard it—–that ballad from the 70s, but now with a driving contemporary beat that really brings that old tune to life. A remix can change the style, feel, even the emotional meaning of a track by al...
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Step by step guide to remixing.

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Five Musicians Who Make Borrowing Sound Original : NPR

Five Musicians Who Make Borrowing Sound Original : NPR | Borrowing Sound | Scoop.it
Many musicians use old forms like folk and blues as inspiration, but few find a way to make music that sounds old but feels new.
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This article is important for many reasons. it can be inspirational to those beginning their journey in the music industry. Many artists find new ways to take a older song or a lyric and make something you've never thought imaginable. This can cause friction because there are artists that don't want others using their music. They may only care about profits, but it might be something else. They many feel threatened by someone else's success, especially if their music was used to create that attention. I believe that sampling and remixing will always be relevant in the industry now. The ability to make it your own is what will make you a stand out.

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