Every Friday we like to share a handful of our favorite mixes from FUSER’s dedicated DJs. Many of these can teach you a thing or two about different techniques to help you achieve max-level mixes, while others are all about filling your ears with memorable beats.

Prepare to be amazed by this week’s Masters of Mix:

“Morning Sun Mix” by OHMz Barnes is our Mix of the Week! It transforms Otis Redding’s “(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay” into a mellow remix of the 1960’s hit. The smart doubling of the vocals with a Shuffler filter also means that they can play with lighter and more repetitive tracks. Try this trick and show us your results!

For this week’s Featured Event Mix, EdgeworthCatfish manages to make impressive use of the Baritone Sax, in three acts! The “Berry Tone” mix they submitted to the Swing into Action event starts with groovy vibes, but then shifts into Rap with Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It”. And a nice instrumental arrangement ends the mix!

For the Staff Pick, we have a good reminder that vocal tracks are not always the most memorable parts of a song. Listen to My Little Lando’s “All the Vibes” and try to identify which song they use in turn. Careful because it gets intense at the end!

FUSER DJ d20dad created an electric mix of Billie Eilish’s “bad guy” and Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” with their mix “Bad Guys Were Born This Way”. Two loops from CrackCase’s “Rupture Academy” provide the techno base to switch between the two artists—almost as if you’re watching the two musical powerhouses perform together live.

Sharing mixes is a fantastic way to connect with other members of the FUSER community, and your masterpiece might even end up in this blog! Keep sharing your mixes on Instagram, YouTube, or Facebook by tagging us using the hashtags #PlayFUSER and #MixTheHits.