Mixing MP3- Best software?

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Traktor is by far the best. I use it for all my DJ gigs now. Very reliable.

I don't use mp3's though - they sound awful over a big system. I crunch all my CD's to wav files and play those.

To do it properly you need at least 4 channels of audio.

If you're using the internal Traktor mixer you need 2 channels for main L+R output and 2 channels for the headphones. If you're using an external mixer you need 2 channels - L+R - for each deck.

If you're happy mixing without headphones then your laptop soundcard will do.
 

Monkey Do

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I'm touching myself as I write this post.
I use Mixmeister Pro 6, not particularly well known compared to the likes of Traktor and PCDJ and uses a completely different interface to the decks+mixer simulation used by most other mixing software but it's the fucking absolute daddy when it comes to on the fly non-destructive editing.

http://www.mixmeister.com
 

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have a look at the hercules Dj console, i cant say i have used one but I I think it is the kind of thing you are looking for. i think it is connected from the usb. I have seen one for around £150 although i think you might be able to find it cheaper somewhere else.
 

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That mix-meister pro looks shit hot... but it doesn't go into any detail about how it goes through an external mixer?!?
How is it Monky Do?
 
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