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Thread Ejay - but better?

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Father Lennard

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1 Posted on 12/14/2006 at 12:07:03
Hi. I've been using Dance Ejay 6 for a while now to create dance music and stuff, and I really like how it works and how quick and easy it is to use, but now I want to upgrade to something less limiting. Are there any programs available that are similar to Ejay, but with more scope for creating different sounds?
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2 Posted on 04/16/2007 at 07:10:17
yes, ableton live. You will need to source your own loops / samples etc but for live remixing / on-the-fly production (like ejay) it is great.

You may also want to consider fruity loops.

Tutorials for both programs can be found here --> Fruity Loops & Ableton Live Tutorials

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Father Lennard

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3 Posted on 04/16/2007 at 09:56:19
cheers pal! i'll check them both out. ;)
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4 Posted on 10/24/2007 at 08:50:47
Thanks for the link. It looks like it will help a lot. Newbie here.
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