What are some alternatives to virtual DJ?
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    Default What are some alternatives to virtual DJ?

    I need a decent replacement for virtual DJ ( free or paid), please help me to choose one, there are many tools out there. I just need it for remixing and I will not use hardwares with it (MIDI keyboard or other devices).

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    Sounds like your really after something more like Ableton or Logic pro if you're not DJ'ing.
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    how about Mixmeister Fusion?

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    This dude is a spammer, just ban him. That link to a gif is ad spam and he just copied and pasted this from yahoo answers.

    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/in...8061410AATPuyq


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    why would someone do that? how odd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conall View Post
    why would someone do that? how odd
    These spammers join up every day and I usually notice them in the late evening. Usually they will just go into a thread and copy and paste something someone else wrote a few pages before then add that image/link or whatever. Still not exactly sure what the point is or how they make money off that since it doesn't really direct anywhere. Never seen one make a new thread and copy a subject from yahoo answers though...


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    Yeah we are getting a LOT of these kinds of spam posts. Simply copy pasta from an earlier post in a thread or text from google.

    He's outta here...!!!

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    You should check out tractor. Its really good for doing sink and bassgridding. I can make all kinds of remixes and party rock anthems with it. Even play a whole song in reverse and listen to the secret messages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xonetacular View Post
    Still not exactly sure what the point is or how they make money off that since it doesn't really direct anywhere. Never seen one make a new thread and copy a subject from yahoo answers though...
    It's an SEO tactic. There's code in the images/links they post that search engine bots can find. The more it's posted on the 'net, the more likely some other site is to turn up in a search. So let's say some hardware or software company hired that spammer for SEO... It's his job to post on as many forums, comment sections, or twitter feeds as possible in one day. That's the biggest downside to SEO...it rewards spammers.

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