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Hey guys,
so im fairly new to mac (and new to the forums) and i have been playing around with garageband for a while and i realized that it doesnt have all the features that im looking for. I want to make a mashup of songs. (like Norweigan Recycling )In garageband you cannot match up the tempos of the different tracks so that they match. I want something that i can grow into and learn to use also, not just something that barely works. What software do you recommend?
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The best program for mashups is Ableton Live. it automatically adjusts the BPM of the accapella to match a separate beat or instrumental. It is soooooooo simple to do with Live.

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Also, Logic 9 has a time stretching audio feature called flex time. I've had making mashups on logic since its release of Logic 9.
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