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Music Mixer for Cheerleading music? Any good progs?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by xplicit, Aug 16, 2009.

  1. xplicit

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    Hay all,

    My wife is trying to mix a CD for her little cheerleaders and we cant find a decent program. We tried Sony Sound Forge but it didnt do what she wanted.

    She basically wants to take songs from High School Musical 3 and kinda mix them together, But she also want a feature that will allow her to put bits in the middle of the song (hope that make sense)

    The end result we want is something like this

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSCyw35kms8

    Any suggestions on a good program for the wife and her little cheerleaders?
     
  2. phpfiend

    phpfiend Junior Member

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    U on a mac or pc? It sounds like you are needing some help from a pro DJ or hobbyist. You could possibly do something with garage band if you are on a mac. You may be able to do something similar in goldwave but sound forge is a professional grade program (i believe) that can do almost anything. Hope that helps.. It will take time to get the base track laid and then put the sound snippets in exactly where she wants them.
     
  3. dizz

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    check out jamstudio.com this thing is cool, you can make music of any kind for free, mix beats, etc... Its for the basic to the advanced. If you can't use this, then give up, because its epic failure if you can't use it...
     
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    Hmmmmm... Thanks for that info. Am always looking for progs like that...
     
  5. xplicit

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    Im on PC, we had a good one last year but I cannot remember the name of it for the life of me, Will check these out though,.
     
  6. dizz

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    how pro do u want the sound? i was a sound engineer.
     
  7. DblBarrelJ

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    I would recommend Adobe Audition or Cool Edit Pro. They're essentially the same program.

    Both will allow her to do what she'd like with a little effort, and make it sound very good.

    Like Dizz, I worked in the industry for a while, although I was a DJ at a couple radio stations.
     
  8. matsta

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    Hmmmm,

    Being a producer/DJ I would say Ableton Live straight up. Yes it's for producing music, but it's extremely easy to learn and perfect for making mix CD's up in due to the warping feature which helps to keep everything in time.
     
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