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Old 11-17-2012, 12:05 PM   #1
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Program for mixing a playlist

Im making a playlist for my wedding(the actual dance part) so it will have all up tempo music and Im looking for a program that will help me mix it(FOR DUMMIES)..something easy for a noob

Its gonna be full of Indie, Country, Classic Rock, and Top 40

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Old 11-17-2012, 12:45 PM   #2
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the simplest of simplest programs out there for editing music, and you can add fades and crap to it too is Audacity. It won't mix the songs but you can add effects to blend the songs together.

The best program would be Ableton Live $$$$$$$$$
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ya, i guess thats what i should asked...im just looking to blend songs, not actually mix, persay.

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check out mixmeister .. pretty much drag your stuff and it'll do all the work for you (blend).. or you can manually do everything your self.. control the bass/ make loops etc
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