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    I'm not too familiar with music programs outside of Traktor Pro and Virtual DJ.

    I was wondering what software to use to be able to mess around with music. Things like putting one songs lyrics over another's melody, things of that nature. Maybe the ability to actually MAKE music.
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    Ytakyot And Virtual DJ are mixing programs

    To make music you need things like a Digital Audio Workstation.

    Such programs include Ableton, Fruity Loops, Reason, Cubase, Logic., etc.
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    pretty sure FL has a demo on there website u can download and try
    and its alot cheaper to buy than the other DAW's
    +i hear FL has come along way now adays and if it can get solja boy to the top of the charts it can help anyone

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    Yeah, cause we all aspire to one day be as great as soulja boy lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by natebehe View Post
    Yeah, cause we all aspire to one day be as great as soulja boy lol
    ahahaahahaha

    I'm about to get back into it having used "Reason" before and enjoyed the work flo. Now going over to Mac I have been told "Logic" all the way. So depending how serious you want to be about it depends i suppose what your willing to spend and devote time.

    Although Solja boy did pretty well. Was'nt he taught FL by Deadmouse?
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    Alright, thanks guys. I'll try Ableton Live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gianmarco View Post
    Ytakyot And Virtual DJ are mixing programs

    To make music you need things like a Digital Audio Workstation.

    Such programs include Ableton, Fruity Loops, Reason, Cubase, Logic., etc.
    Another good program that I use occasionally is Sony Acid Music Studio. Fairly inexpensive for home version, and full free trial (can do pretty much everything).

    It's super easy to use and seems to have pretty much everything you need.

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    FL studio is fucking amazing, write it off at your peril. from a logic/ableton user

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    Ableton is better

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