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Old 11-24-2019, 11:51 AM
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Originally Posted by DenverSteve View Post
There are also companies/people that will engineer and add backing instruments, and even vocals, to your recordings. So, you can go get your music laid down and mastered and then send it off for embellishment. I believe that would be your most economical route. Maybe the quickest also. This way the only studio time you would need would be to lay down the recording. Afterwards it's just the engineering of the add-ons.
I've not heard any examples of this, but if you add tracks, the piece would have to be remixed and remastered.
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