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    Jun 02, 2013
    Music Playing (at sports events)
    So I need a suggestion for an app to run on my MBP Retina Display for when I do announcing and music at the NCAA D1 and high school level. For mac the only program that I could purchase is $1,500 (Sound Director). So I'm looking for a cheaper app that I could use to arrange music by playlist, crossfade songs, shuffle through songs on a certain playlist (for warm-ups), and fade in/fade out. Any suggestions would help!

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    I may be misunderstanding, but what you've described can all be done in iTunes.

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    Jun 02, 2013
    Can't fade in/fade out. I know it can crossfade, but I want to be able to fade out when I press pause especially.

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