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Full MIDI control, loops, beatmatching, the lot. Newest version also
supports MP3 playback... :-)
Installs via Software Centere. Or:
sudo apt-get install mixxx
:-) Good luck, -Harry
On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 3:20 PM, andy baxter <
> Hi all,
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Mixxx!Full MIDI control, loops, beatmatching, the lot. Newest versi=
on also supports MP3 playback... :-)Installs via Software Centere. =
Or:sudo apt-get install mixxx:-) Good luck, -Harry
On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 3:20 PM, andy baxter <firstname.lastname@example.org.=
A friend of mine has asked me for advice on setting up her linux laptop to =
do live dj-ing. She wants a sound card with at least 2 stereo outputs (one =
to play and one to listen to the next track), and some advice on what softw=
are is good for this and how best to set it up. She is running ubuntu 10.10=
. She lives in a different town and doesn't come up here much so I want=
to keep things as simple as possible so she can set it all up herself.
Does anyone have any suggestions for a suitable usb sound card?
I have told her about TerminatorX, but any other suggestions for DJ softwar=
e would be helpful.
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