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What do you mean sounding good from the get go? It is true what you say when it comes to mastering. You cant fix and do magic tricks to a poorly mixed track and all that yes, it should be as good as possible, but you surely can and should fix and do magic tricks during mixing, cause most of the time it does not sound good from the get go like you call it.
Looks like there’s a language barrier and we’re misunderstanding each other. I thought we were talking about different roles in production and the fact that he has had help making the song.

And that artist often use co-producers or ghost writers (who write the complete track for the artist without taking credit).

What I meant with “the get go” is that you need a professional quality track to be able to reach out, not that it automatically sounds good. I wasn’t talking about mixing or producing per se. Just wanted to say perhaps they used a ghost producer to be able to reach out.

What I originally wanted to say was that I didn’t get why people are bashing a 10 year old for taking a run at DJing career.
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Ghost production http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=ghost%20production

I’ve done it for a few tech house DJs. They’re too buys and need tracks done quickly.

To be honest, the days when you could send a rough demo to a label are long gone. It need to sound professional from the get go.

Im not saying he send his track to the label of any kind…I said he, being a producer, hired mix engineer to put his ideas into nice mix. What you said is completely missing my point. But maybe him and his parents have even more money than we think and like you said he contributed to the idea of ghost production..
No I didn’t. All I said is you need some thing that sounds good from the get go (the label thing was just to make a point). Using a mixing engineer and a producer to bring out the best in your music is quite common. Why do you have a problem with that? Just about every rock/pop band/artist does it. Especially the bigger acts that can afford it. There’s a reason why people hire Abbey Road and the staff, why rock bands contact Steve Albini and so forth. I’m not sure what your gripe is?
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13 this week. 34 total so far this month. Guess things will come to a halt during Easter.

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Ghost production http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=ghost%20production

I’ve done it for a few tech house DJs. They’re too buys and need tracks done quickly.

To be honest, the days when you could send a rough demo to a label are long gone. It need to sound professional from the get go.

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What’s with all the bitterness? Let the kid have some fun. So he’s starting out young. I started out young. There’s plenty of kids who know how to play, produce and what not. Even if he’s had help/ghost producers, what does it matter? Bothers me to see adults picking on a 10 year old kid who dreams of living the life of his idols. Haven’t you done that?

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You mean the glitchy and stuttering sounds? You can find collections of similar sounds by searching for “radio imaging” or following this link http://audiojungle.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=radio+imaging

Is it stuff like this your are looking for? http://audiojungle.net/item/radio-imaging-fx-pack-2/129022

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Congrats Mexikus! Awesome achievement.

/Jimmy

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What do you recommend? Kontact or something?
Kontakt is just a sample player. But yes, Kontakt is pretty much standard when it comes to handling the well known libraries.

You can still make decent music with Miroslavs library. It all depends on the effort of automation and work your willing to put into it.

What are you looking for? There are so many different libraries out there such as Spitfire, ProjectSAM, Sonokinetic, 8dio and so forth.

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Congrats! Not bad hitting black paw with “only” 300 sales. I need to step up my game. Hehe. Good job!

/Jimmy

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Well, the strums are in and out of sync with the rhythm. Sounds like the track is stumbling at times. IMHO, I would also take down the lead an octave. The high pitched melody is a tad intense.

The track itself is nice, just need some fine tuning.

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