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sta-lockwood

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1 Posted on 10/11/2005 at 08:29:15
please help me
i am a dance teacher that do team formation in freestyle and need help to mix dance songs together for example : take one song and edit part of another song and then fade it in so it sounds like 1 song with out it sounding rubbish i know it is done on the computer but dont know wot software to get it is done by a lot of dance school s but dont know how please help ta :(
lets_talk

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2 Posted on 12/27/2005 at 08:52:49
Hi you can try out Mix Meister Pro 6 song mixing software it is good and very easy to use and it has auto mix
milki mix master

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3 Posted on 03/04/2006 at 08:18:23
hi
dj_budddhika

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4 Posted on 11/03/2006 at 02:02:32
Sony acid pro :o:o
beany b

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5 Posted on 02/28/2007 at 11:43:21
for *** sake all i want to do is mix 2 songs together for a laaf
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6 Posted on 02/28/2007 at 11:01:24
how do i mix to songs together plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Lawrence78

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7 Posted on 11/26/2006 at 23:49:21

%1$s a écrit please help me
i am a dance teacher that do team formation in freestyle and need help to mix dance songs together for example : take one song and edit part of another song and then fade it in so it sounds like 1 song with out it sounding rubbish i know it is done on the computer but dont know wot software to get it is done by a lot of dance school s but dont know how please help ta :(


Work it out with any audio editing software program. Try it with FlexiMusic Wave Editor to add/mix/insert an audio file to another audio file, merge audio files, adding background music to voice.
http://www.fleximusic.com/waveditor/overview.htm
yooyooo

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8 Posted on 07/04/2013 at 00:24:45
I'm using AV Music Morpher and it's a multi-function program!

Here's a very helpful site. You can find the free tutorial you want here
http://www.musicmorpher.com/free-tutorials.htm

PS: Sorry if my post is late but i lost my old acc, so... anw, hope it helps!

DJYooo

 

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