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    what software are people using to create a mix? i want my mix to sound as proffesional as possible, i want to be able to clean it up after i mixed it down, set the levels exactly right etc etc. i'm presuming each channel ie deck 1, deck 2 and CDJ will have to run separately into my PC.
    I've got soundforge / acid pro / cubase

    any help much appreciated!

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    i don't use software to create a mix.....just record it the oldskool, that's the most honest way, especially when you also send out your mix to promoters to show your skills

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    Originally posted by O'love:
    i don't use software to create a mix.....just record it the oldskool, that's the most honest way, especially when you also send out your mix to promoters to show your skills

    Olaf
    yeah thanks for this, i hadn't thought of that.
    it's not to impress a promoter it's to get my mix sounding as professional as possible. any mix you pick up in a store whoever it be will have be remastered after the mix, cleaned up etc. i want to know if i can do this with a PC and the software I have available.

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    you can use soundforge for that

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    when I do mixes all the levels (volumes, bass and treble settings, ect.) have to be set at presice settings that I determine and write down before beginning. otherwise I will know that the mix could have been better.

    you can make a perfectsounding mix live, just be a perfectionist about it ;)

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