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iTunes mixing tool - does one exist for PC's?

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Can ANYONE help please??? Is there a software program for DJing/mixing that supports files purchased via iTunes? Im looking for any kind of software that allows me to DJ and mix my mp3's and simila… Read More
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
Can ANYONE help please???
Is there a software program for DJing/mixing that supports files purchased via iTunes?
Im looking for any kind of software that allows me to DJ and mix my mp3's and similar music files on a PC (using Windows XP). I can't seem to find any DJ software that can support and play/use music files purchased from iTunes. Does such a software for DJing exist?
Anyone out there mix there own mp3's on a PC?
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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#1
I do/did

the problem is files downloaded off of Itunes are protected MP4's not MP3's the round it i used to use (which is a bit long winded but no apps were around at the time, but maybe there are now) was to burn the files to CD then re-rip them as MP3.

not answerd your question I know, but at least its a way round it.
#2
Cheers, what DJing tool did you use on a PC?
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http://www.virtualdj.com/products/virtualdj/index.html

I use this fine.

Edit:- this does mix from iTunes hence the reason I posted it, I use an external mixing unit and mix mp3s and iTunes perfectly.
#5
my mate uses Tracktor. I'm not sure about it exactly, and I can't ask him as he's on Honeymoon in Bali. But, I know he swears by it :thumbsup:
#6
Alfonse
http://www.virtualdj.com/products/virtualdj/index.html

I use this fine.

Edit:- this does mix from iTunes hence the reason I posted it, I use an external mixing unit and mix mp3s and iTunes perfectly.


Do you have to use an extenal mixing unit - that's what I was trying to get away from??
#7
LazyDonkey
Do you have to use an extenal mixing unit - that's what I was trying to get away from??


Nah you can use mouse and keyboard, etc etc its pretty versatile. :)
#8
I notice most of these tools are available to download as trial versions, but cost a lot of bucks if you actually want to keep it. Are there any basic FREE mixers?
#9
Any decent FREE mixers that anyone can recommend?

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