Any good mixing programs for mash-ups?

kuebby

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Some of you may have heard about a new genre of music commonly referred to as mash-ups. I'd like to try making some of my own but I don't know what application to use. Any suggestions?
 

gauchogolfer

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Garage band doesn't do what I'm looking for.

I need to be able to import 2 songs at once (preferably more and preferably mp3s) and then mix them together.
Have you actually tried using GB? I think you can have multiple audio streams going at once (on different channels), and you could just change the levels for each one to make fades/mixes.
 

waterskier2007

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Have you actually tried using GB? I think you can have multiple audio streams going at once (on different channels), and you could just change the levels for each one to make fades/mixes.
yeah you can import one song per track and then use the individual volume track to adjust the volume of each song at diff parts to mash them
 

Schtumple

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The only one I know of (and used) was sony sound forge, which unfortunately is for windows, if you can use bootcamp, do it, its a very good program.
 

kuebby

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yeah you can import one song per track and then use the individual volume track to adjust the volume of each song at diff parts to mash them
I figured out to import mp3s but I can't seem to get both songs to play at once.

Plus Garageband slows my MBP down like crazy. Doing anything makes the program go non-responsive and gives me almost constant beach balls, it's very frustrating and really turns me off the application.