In sound recording and reproduction, audio mixing is the process of combining multitrack recordings into a final monaural, stereo or surround sound product. These tracks that are blended together are done so by using various processes such as equalization and compression. Audio mixing techniques and approaches can vary widely, and these can greatly affect the qualities of the sound recording.
Many of the biggest electronic music stars rose to fame because of remixing.
By picking the right tracks, they were able to piggyback on the popularity of new hits or renowned classics, creating a platform for their future original releases.
To remix successfully, you need to pick the right record, get the timing right, acquire the rights and add something special to the original.
And when your trajectory is on the up, you need to learn to combine it with releasing originals.