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CD MIXING PROGRAMS FOR YOUR COMPUTER

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by im not witty, Mar 4, 2003.

  1. im not witty

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    CD MIXING PROGRAMS FOR YOUR COMPUTER

    Discussion started by im not witty - Mar 4, 2003

    my boy got a free set of cd mixers because his brother happened upon them where he works.

    now i know mixing cds is to mixing vinyl as fingerpaints are to picasso, BUT i still had a shit load of fun fucking around with them yesterday. i would never pay money for such a toy but i was wondering if there are pc programs that basically do the same thing? is this possible? anyone? anyone? bueller?
     
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    thee's some on kazaa for mp3's. Fuck I can't remember what it was called but, it had all the features of a mixer including a bpm counter, effects, blah blah blah. I'm sure you'll find it.
     
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    im not witty - Replied Mar 4, 2003

    word. anyone elses input would also make my day.
     
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    --zeSto-- - Replied Mar 4, 2003

    well most players (even winamp) offer ways to play 2 tracks and crossfade.
    But the big thing is 'realtime'. There's a heap of sound edditing apps
    that you can use to mix tracks like cubase, soundforge+acid, protools even,
    but they aren't really designed to emulate the mixer set-up.

    My co-worker just bought final scratch ... lucky bastard!
     
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    im not witty - Replied Mar 4, 2003

    all im really looking to do is loop drum beats and blend vocal tracks with other shit. ive got a couple programs dling now. well see what i get.
     
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    --zeSto-- - Replied Mar 4, 2003

    get Acid. That's the best for the simple looping and laying vocals.
     
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    im not witty - Replied Mar 4, 2003

    thank you for your time. this thread may now die and sink into the abyss of 12 oz obscurity.