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Recording Software For DJ's?


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im a dj and previouslly used my pc to do all my sets recordings..

what software can i use on my mac to record live sets , edit sets ect..?

im using a powerbook too..

so im not sure if you might suggest garage band lol

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What software did you use on your PC? Are you simply talking about recording the output of turntables, or are you talking about a digital workstation for mixing? Traktor DJ Studio is one solution you might look into. I looked at it myself, but I was looking for something more along the lines of Mixmeister (for those of us not talented enough to do live mixing).
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yeah no i mean from my mixer its self.. so i can record the sets im playing..

to be homest i was using a simple program to record the mix it wasnt anything special but then i was using SONY CD Architect so that i could break down the mix which was obviouslly recorded as one big file and add tracks into it to break down the tracks into a track list..

if that makes sence.. what would be a good program to record sets in and is there any programs i can do what i could do in CD Architect in a Mac format?
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