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Thread Virtual studios/dj style ...

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Sheara

Sheara

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1 Posted on 10/02/2004 at 09:22:32
Does anyone knoe of real good place to get free but good virtual studios, with these functions (can be separate programs, but the most togeather the best)

Voice extractor, (to remove voices from music and eather keep only the voice or only the music)

Voice recorded (a good voice recorder)

Karaoke sort of recorder (records music and voice putting it togeather like an original song)

Makes disco, techno... sort of music, where you can add the bang on slow music making it a boom boom tuning car sort of music

Preferebly if they can save in mp3, midi or other file formats readable to windows media player....


Any other virtual studios you think great too please tell me!

I apreciate your time and paciente

Thanks a lot
saans

saans

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2 Posted on 04/10/2008 at 10:01:14
Here's one for SONY ACID PRO 6.0
Its a really good software to remix with, its what i use.

www.NmsRemix.com
yooyooo

yooyooo

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3 Posted on 07/04/2013 at 00:44:09
You can try AV Music Morpher Gold, I'm using it and it's the best i've ever used! Here is the full features which I think many of them meet your requirements:
https://mp3-player.audio4fun.com/music-editor-features.htm

Sadly it's not free but totally badass! You can check free trial version here:
https://mp3-player.audio4fun.com/mp3-music-editor-download.htm

Hope it helps!

DJYooo

 

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