Any good DJing/Mixing software?

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by PrimoTurbo, Jan 2, 2007.

  1. PrimoTurbo

    PrimoTurbo Guest

    I want to mess around with some tracks, I was wondering if there is anything good. I already have Virtual DJ, any more ideas?
     
  2. caribou

    caribou New Member

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    for PC or Mac?
    do you just want to be able to beatmatch, etc?
     
  3. PrimoTurbo

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    For PC and beatmatch would be great. Thanks.
     
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    ug. i would never support investing any time (much less money) into one of those apps. they're shit on a number of levels, but i will put my dj ego aside for a second and say that Traktor is a decent look. The Pioneer DJS Digital DJing Software will also work.

    but if this is an attempt to learn how to dj, buy a real mixer and a pair of turntables/cd players. not bein a dick, just sayin
     
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    Buy a mixer, turntables, and serato. Then at least you'll look like a real dj.
     
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    lol @ automatic mixing
     
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    automatic mixing is real gay, FTW

    Dajamany, you use serato? shit has changed my life since i copped it. and the new update is real dope with the BPM tapp
     
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    Alenon12 Save the cheerleader....save the world

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    hell yeah, my local club started using computer to mix and wanted me to come back and DJ, hell no. DJ'in is an art.
     
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    I've played around on it a few times and i really enjoyed it, it's definitely my next purchase. I dj 4 weekly events so carrying out two crates and a bag or two of vinyl grows pretty tiresome after awhile. Would be nice to only have to lug around a bag of records and a laptop case.
     
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    Alenon12 Save the cheerleader....save the world

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    I dont even mind doing cd's instead of vinyl, at least then you still have to put forth the effort, still do the mixing yourself, transitions still depend on the skill of the DJ and not the program
     
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    Ableton live FTW...
     
  12. PrimoTurbo

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    Why does that look exactly like older versions of Virtual DJ? Do they licence the software to others or what?

    Like I said I just wanted to mess around with some tracks, yeah I'm aware that computer based software is shit compared to the real thing. But I have a computer already and to buy thousands of dollars worth of equipment just to mess around with some songs is a waste of money.
     

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