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Exclusive music stems for your production or DJ mixing

By Producerfactory 26 August 2015 590 Views No comments

Female singers and male vocalIsts | Professional tracks

By Producerfactory 16 August 2015 502 Views No comments

Are you looking to get female session vocalists or male vocals for your music track? Hoping to be individual and stand out from the masses with your next EP release? I guess you don't have access to old hits and the associated royalty rights like the biggest stars. So, what is the next best option?

As all the top DJs are signed to long lived Record Labels, the distribution and cutting up of hit tracks are a daily occurrence. Without concern of rights being breached, music tracks can easily be stripped of male and female vocals to be used in the next production to ensure it'll be a hit. Without these tools, you have to become a creative DJ.

Do you not know where to find male and female vocals or singers? Well don't look any further. You have come to the right place.

DJing using stems | How to improve your set

By Producerfactory 16 August 2015 610 Views No comments

DJing using stems of tracks is a new way to approach your DJing style and method. Music layers have become more than interesting to DJs, as these are what can truly create new mixes adding individuality to the musical experience.

Track stems now sought after for DJing is becoming a new and growing market. We at Producer Factory will follow this carefully and adapt to the market and your DJing needs. If you are looking for DJ elements that truly can add originality to your DJ set, then don’t look any further. We can help you find the ghost productions right for you, and their layered stems accordingly.

Instrument samples | How they can improve your music productions

By 28 June 2015 548 Views No comments

Instruments Samples for music production are favoured by many. DJs understand the power that instruments can bring to their releases. The music producers who create the music tracks with instruments integrated have a trial to achieve the perfect result. Many years ago, instrument synths were mostly used during the majority of productions. This was perfectly acceptable and in. As time goes on and the listeners ear becomes keenly aware about the lack of quality compared to the live instruments, then this becomes the preferred.

How to remix | Easy to follow steps to planning your bootleg

By Producerfactory 19 September 2014 507 Views No comments

1. How to remix a song step 1

How to remix a song begins with choosing good audio editing software, within your digital audio workstation aka DAW, you can begin to add the audio files that build up the original track. The original audio files may comprise of vocals, various sound effects, a violin melody or any other instrument.

Simply make sure that all these remix stems and individual audio layers.

Depending on which software you are using to remix a song, some may allow you to perform more difficult tasks such as editing the tempo of the original track, or even autotune vocals and do pitch correction. Pretty much all the later mentioned audio software platforms will allow you to slice the files, reverse the Waveforms and even stretch the timing of the various remix stems to mould them to your preferred genre.