Best software for making music mixes?

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  1. Brian Perry

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    I'm looking to experiment with making some DJ-type mixes, merging several songs into one with smooth transitions (maybe 30 seconds of each song). Can I do this with Roxio or Nero (which I have) or is there software specifically made for this?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Mike Veroukis

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    Well, you can use programs like Sound Forge or Cool Edit Pro. I think Sound Forge is considered more professional these days although I've used CoolEdit a lot more. I've made some funky "DJ" mixes and recorded them onto CD.

    Now, if you want to do live DJ mixing, well then, I can't help you there.

    - Mike
     
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    I THINK that the people that do MixMan have a hardware board out for live mixing - DM2, I believe.

    Don't know if its good, but I think the price is around $70.
     

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