Discussion in 'Digital Audio & Recording' started by xj911, Nov 9, 2002.
What program is the best for re-mixing music?
I have used sonic foundry acid pro to make some techno songs. It is a looping program and it is very good. you could also use the roland 2480 recording studio to make songs and take them to discos and stuff.
sonic acid pro is the best
sweet, I'll give em a shot. Is there any demo versions out there so I can try first?
i'm a dj and i normally use my 2 pioneer cdj500 dcplayers to mix songs. But how can i make a megamix on my computer? those sonic acid programs can't do pitch and stuff
You don't need pitch control as you can time stretch it instead, so you can make a megamix without it sounding chipmunked/out of tune.
I prefer using mixmeister 4 pro, it's easy to use.
not dj pro mixer
do not download dj pro mixer. its horrible software. highly dont waste your time. just a warning for everyone.
What's DJ PRO MIXER??
Go with acid pro 4 it will do everything you want really easy.
Best DJ Mixer out there for Live Mixing and premastering is Traktor DJ Studio 2, a product from Native Instruments: http://www.native-instruments.com
atomix is not a bad choice
ill try taktor
mixvibes pro is cool u can download a trial version at download.com
native instruments rock... i use some of their stuff for producing
Mixvibes Pro, it comes in several formats from free to inexpensively Buyware. Covers all aspects of live mixing!
try with atomix mp3
I'm happy with PCDJ, but I'd suggest you try a few different demo programs and see which you personally like the best.
MTV Music Generator
All these are good programs
I agree. Sonic Acid Pro!
Ohh ya. PCDJ is good too!
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