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"Sparta Remix" redirects here. For other uses, see Sparta Remix (disambiguation)

Remixers have been making Sparta Remixes a lot lately. If you don't know how to make a remix yet, then this is the perfect place for you.

How To Make A Sparta Remix (for beginners)

Step 1

To get started, you have to get a Sparta base, and a source. You can easily find a base from SpartaBaseReuploads or SoundCloud. If you are downloading a base from Youtube, make sure to use a youtube converter (for example: https://ytmp3.cc/) to convert the following Sparta Base to the MP3 format and download it. Once you have downloaded your chosen Sparta Base, find a Sparta source video or get it from cartoon websites (Kisscartoon for example).

NOTE: Make sure you have the Video DownloadHelper addon before doing this.

In order to make the video downloadable, play it and the addon will detect the video. Go to the addon and click the video to download. Make sure you click on (MP4) "720p" or "1080p" (if possible) for the highest quality to download, or else the video will have bad quality.

Step 2

Main Article: Timing

NOTE: Before doing this step, make sure you downloaded and installed Sony Vegas.

To get started, open Sony Vegas Pro. Here are many steps here in order to have perfect timing for a Sparta Remix, so make sure to check the Timing page for instructions.


Step 3

SPARTA-REMIX-SCREENSHOT

A screenshot showing the Chorus pattern. If you don't know how to do it, follow this screenshot and match the clips, and you're ready to make your own Sparta Remix!

The chorus. In case if you don't know, the chorus is the "main pattern" that is "often repeated throughout a Sparta Remix". There are many tricky patterns out there to use, such as one of the freestyle patterns. But for beginners like you, here is the basic pattern that you can use in one of your Sparta Remixes:

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