Hello all! I've compared some of the mixing software that I have experience with. Obviously, you could write on for days about the differences between mixing software, but eventually you're going to lose track of all the details (or lose interest). I wrote up a short summary of what I found to be important differences in four different softwares available on the market right now. See: http://djvandraken.blogspot.com

I put this together mostly for people with limited or no experience with some of the more popular mixing software out there. I do not have enough experience with Serato Scratch to compile a review of it yet.

Heads up: It will be awhile before I compare Part 2.