Mixcraft 8 Home Studio – How to Make 8D Remixes (Easy)

This guide will show you how to make audio shift back and forth in your headphones.

Starting Out

Note: Credit goes to LittleNinja

  • Choose a song to remix, and put it in an audio track.
  • Once you have done that, press the button of 4 dots connected together, so it turns green.
  • It should look like this next to your audio:

Making It 8D

  • A new track showing a greyed-out version of you audio should appear.
  • On this new track, click the drop-down box and click “Track Pan”
  • Hover over the center on the grey audio track, and you chosshair should show a “+”
  • Click and hold on the spot where you want the audio to be one one side of the headphones, then drag up or down until it says a number around 70-80% to the left or right.
  • Repeat the above two steps every couple of measures, and alternate dragging up and down.
    • Make sure that the percentage number is the same every time.
  • Your audio should look like this:
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