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[*] posted on 2/2/2011 at 12:25
Production/Remix software


What is the most user friendly production/remix software that can be used to incorporate Producer packs that are sold on places like Beatport/traxsource etc.. Any suggestions for those beginners that are looking to jump into the game?
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[*] posted on 2/2/2011 at 18:08


Sony Acid and Fruity Loops are the begginers programs.. although some people never move past them.

Serious remixers use Protools, Cubase, Ableton, Propellerhead, and Logic (for mac)
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[*] posted on 2/5/2011 at 05:26


Yeah Ableton seems to be the king of expansion packs. There are a ton of companies that sell packs for the software. Its probably a good start.

I use Logic and Protools but they both have a steep learning curve, but both are very powerful. Especially when you start wanting to make your own sounds, beats, grooves, etc.

There are a lot of great books out there to help get you started too. From Music Theory, Programming, and Remixing. Rick Snowman's Dance Music Manual is a bible in my opinion.

Good Luck!

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