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Posted: 13 Jun 05, 18:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I've got two mixed copulating in my head, each with two possibilities.

Hammer to Fall with The Who's "Won't Get Fooled Again"

or

Radio Ga Ga with Tom Cochrane's "No Regrets"

The songs sound similar, but I'm not sure whether I should put Freddie's vocals into the non-Queen tune, or move the other vocals into the Queen one.
Or whether or not I'm actually able to do this.


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Posted: 13 Jun 05, 20:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Why not try both? Then you can hear them before you decide which you like better, and who knows? You might like them both. Personally, I think I'd like Freddie's vocals mixed in with the non-Queen music, but obviously it could still sound cool the other way around.


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Posted: 14 Jun 05, 05:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Why the same old remixes - hammer to fall + radio ga ga?

don't you think these have been remixed to death - and that queen had a much larger back catalogue than just the same tired old tracks which keep on repeating?


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Posted: 14 Jun 05, 10:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Suigi wrote:

I've got two mixed copulating in my head, each with two possibilities.

Hammer to Fall with The Who's "Won't Get Fooled Again"

or

Radio Ga Ga with Tom Cochrane's "No Regrets"

The songs sound similar, but I'm not sure whether I should put Freddie's vocals into the non-Queen tune, or move the other vocals into the Queen one.
Or whether or not I'm actually able to do this.


Sounds like your thinking about not so much thinking about remixing, more "mashing" two songs together. Mark Vidler is a good exponent of this type ( www.gohomeproductions.co.uk ). I mean who'd thought of putting Madonna and The Pistols together (the "Ray Of Gob" mix)?


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Posted: 15 Jun 05, 02:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

mash ups are great also see here htpp://www.gybo-v3.co.uk . some queen ones are here ,plus other artists . nice mix but alter the bass , it distorts in areas of the song .


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Posted: 15 Jun 05, 02:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

sorry comment for there must be more to life than this mix / mash up .


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