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    Default Abelton software

    I'm just wondering if this software is difficult to use?

    Does anyone know of any good tutorials out there on it?

    Also is it expensive?

    and finally lads, if I wanted to create mashups would this be the best and easiest software to use?

    thank you very much

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    Every one of these questions has been answered multiple times all across the interwebz. Honestly, if you can't be bothered to check pricing how can you be bothered to learn how to use Abelton? It has a steep learning curve. Yes it is expensive. It works very well for doing mashups. No it's not going to be easy.
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    sorry about the spelling, ableton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by photojojo View Post
    Every one of these questions has been answered multiple times all across the interwebz. Honestly, if you can't be bothered to check pricing how can you be bothered to learn how to use Abelton? It has a steep learning curve. Yes it is expensive. It works very well for doing mashups. No it's not going to be easy.
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    Wait for Traktor Pro 2 then turn all the decks into sample decks
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuzicFreq View Post
    Wait for Traktor Pro 2 then turn all the decks into sample decks
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    But yeah, like Photojojo said, all of those questions could have been answered with a simple google.
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    i get the hintt. no need to go on about it. I just wanted to hear what u lads thought of it

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    Ableton's great for what you seem to want, but there are many threads. You know what we're like, no offence meant but any excuse to tease
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    Depends how much time you've got.... Ableton isn't for the faint heart....

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