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    Hello, everyone. Shortly, I decided to remix a piece of classical music and I don't know where exactly to start. I have the original piece, but I don't know which is the best way to replicate it. An idea is to draw note by note in DAW, but I guessing it could be quite long. In this case, people who have more experience with remixing can help me and give some juicy advice.

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    Open up slicex and make boom bap?

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    Well it would depend on what genre your remix will fall under... If it's a hip hop beat/ Trap i would try to incorporate the main melody into a breakdown or intro/outro and go from there... Otherwise it really just depends what you're going for.

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