The making of bangers

In my experience the best songs were never of original form, but rather an adaption which somehow always made it sound better, a remix. In our previous university lecture I felt as though I was in one of those lame “Try not to dance or sing” challenges on Youtube, like trying to keep your professional composure while bangers are hitting you left right and centre! And on top of that actually intaking valuable information, impossible! So, as you would, I decided to give it a try and this is what I was faced with: (the most impossible looking puzzle of my life)

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GarageBand

Did I figure it out in the end? Yes. Was it any good? Take a look for yourself

So so so so bad!!! Let’s pretend the glitch was on purpose 😉

Sources:

Remix made up of fragments and alterations of:

Macintosh plus X “13 Reasons Why” intro X “oh my god” girl X Skrillex & Rick Ross Purple Lamborghini 

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One thought on “The making of bangers

  1. abbypoposki

    Hi Jo! I really liked your introduction to your post, it was funny and definitely entertaining. Your soundcloud remix was really put together, I don’t know how you managed to master Garage band so well!! I struggled to figured it out myself. The audio clips you used complimented each other well and made the listening experience very engaging. However, I think perhaps you could have included a little bit of history of the remix, just briefly in your introduction to preface remixes, specifically club remix tracks or maybe define what is considered as a ‘banger.’ Overall, a good and interesting read!!!

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