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Music help

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by gtfo91, Sep 28, 2013.

  1. gtfo91

    gtfo91 Regular Member

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    hey guys i need some help...

    wich one should i bought.

    Native Instruments Traktor Pro 2


    or

    Ableton Live


    if u know another great one tell me please

    cheers
     
  2. RushingWind

    RushingWind Elite Member

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    How does this relate to social media networking?
    This belongs in the lounge. :)
     
  3. izerman

    izerman Registered Member

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    Those are 2 different types of "music softwares" so it all depends on what you want to do.
    If you want to produce your own music, buy ableton.
    If you just want to mix (dj) other peoples music, buy traktor.

    Hope this helps.
    /Izerman
     
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  4. BIGBIGBIGMamas

    BIGBIGBIGMamas Power Member

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    Ableton for sure...
     
  5. artizhay

    artizhay BANNED BANNED

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    Ableton will be more powerful as far as music production, but both are geared towards live performances (as Traktor is primarily for mixing, and Ableton has always been a go-to for live production).

    Personally I'm going to be random and recommend FL Studio. ;)
     
  6. redinstanbul

    redinstanbul Newbie

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    Why not both?!

    Nah its really dependent on the use.

    Ableton is a great platform for production, as well as performing, but in a more digital fashion (button pushing).

    Traktor is great if you've been spinning on CDJ's and transitioning to digital and still want to mix in a similar fashion.

    I personally prefer Ableton, being a producer who is learning to mix, rather than the other way around