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    Default Mashup Software

    As much as i dislike commercial top 40 Mashup's, some of the house and electro ones arent too bad.I want to get into some kind of production, and i figure Mashups are a good place to start. As DJTT just released their review of Mixed In Key Mashup software, I was wondering what other softwares out their are:
    A. affordable
    B. Easy to Use/ good for beginners
    C. Fun

    I have Logic Pro 9 on my Macbook, and i've set myself the goal of completing a full track by the end of the summer (im completely new to production).

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1mco View Post
    [...]A. affordable
    [...]

    I have Logic Pro 9 on my Macbook[...]
    Does not compute o.o

    Anyway, MiK's software made me interested in Mashups as well, I'll be watching this thread.
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    Ableton Live is the software for mash-ups/remixes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    Ableton Live is the software for mash-ups/remixes...
    +1
    Their timestretching engine is amazing, and the software allows for the highest precision of track manipulation, so if you want good sounding mashups, ableton.
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    Problem with Ableton is that it's *very* advanced. A bit overkill if all you want to do is create quick mashups "just for fun", seems like MiK's Mashup is more suitable for that.
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    If you already have Logic I would just use logic. I actually use Logic to make my Mashups and I think its great once you figure everything out. At the end of the day it really comes down to your music rather than exactly what software you use.

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