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DJ'ing and production software
« on: February 01, 2010, 04:19:26 pm »
I know we have a few people here that are into this stuff, so I figured I would start a general discussion area where we could just chat about it. Here are most of the programs I use:

Mixed in Key: Great tool for harmonic mixing, and it helps sets flow very smoothly together. Probably the best piece of mixing related software I have. Costs about 60 dollars though, worth every penny.

MixMeister BPM Analyzer: While i like MiK for its harmonic stuff, I dont like the way it puts the BPM of a song in. MM BPM does it great and fast. And its free :D

Ableton Live 7&8: I keep both programs around because i HATE the track warping in 8, and i find 7's is much more user friendly, but I do all my production in 8. Its pricey for sure, but if you get in good with a local recording studio they might be willing to help you out and give you one of their copies.

Nexus 2.2: Great sound libraries, and with its expansions there are tons of ways to use this program. Its not a synth though, so dont expect it to behave like one. I use it for kick samples and such. Most expensive software i have, with a price tag around $2000.

Sylenth: A great synth, and its my second favorite. Tons of stuff you can do with it, and is a very versatile tool.

Omnisphere: Easily my favorite program, but its a monster on hard drive space if you add to it and keep every sample you can find. Mines currently taking up about 30 Gigs.

What are some programs you use?

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Re: DJ'ing and production software
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2010, 10:28:36 pm »
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Re: DJ'ing and production software
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2010, 10:38:58 pm »
The only DJ'ing software I've ever used is scratch live.  Turns your existing turntables into sensors the computer can use to match your "scratching" with music stored on a computer.  So instead of switching CDs or Records out all the time you just select a track on your computer and the turntable will act like its playing it.


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Re: DJ'ing and production software
« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2010, 10:39:23 pm »
I'm a big fan of Traktor 3 (for live stuff) and Cubase 5 (for music production). Both are very well designed, powerful and easy to use software, even for people who never used anything like them. They work like a charm on my Mac :D
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