Hello im planning my annual new years eve party and am looking for some mp3 mixing software. I want to record to CD so I do not actually have to que songs up, but I do not want dead air in between songs. Is there software that will merge songs without having dead air.

Thanks,
Dominic

id rather dance than DJ Smiler
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go to Voyetra.com and check their products.

they have really great quality in their computer audio products.
Check out American Audio's Pro-Mix.

Other than that...well, most CD burning software should give you the option to remove the 2 second gap between songs. On the program I use, it's actually 'off' by default. Then it's just a matter of trimming off the dead space at the end of your MP3's (if there is any).

Or, like Drew said, buy Acid, and make one giant 74 - 80 minute long WAV file and burn it. Smiler However, you will still have to beatmatch. Nothing (that I know of) does it automagically.
Thanks guys I found what I need, its called Acoustica mp3. You can mix songs with it and save them in one big mp3. I didnt really beat match much, just merged the songs so there is no dead air. You can play a song over another song in this program if you wanted to.
Now I will be able to dance with everyone else Smiler My lights are : 1 vertigo pro2, mirror ball, one can light pointed at ball, cheap strobe, 2 laser widows, two 4 foot blacklights, fog machine with tropical smell, and 100 glow necklaces on the way Smiler Now if I can get a remote to turn on the par can pointed at the ball, one for strobe,one for the Vert pro, and one for the blacklight. I might just have to be ghetto and plug in and out on all of them. This is all for a 14x14 wood dance floor/dining room Smiler Anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks,
Dominic
DOB 9/5/66
I would (and do!) use an inexpensive 8-channel light controller. It can be had for around 30 bucks and they are made by lots of manufacturers. Since you apparently don't require latching, fading, or chases, it's DEFINITELY the way to go. Or buy some switched 6-way outlet strips and secure them to your table. You WILL have to man the lights so why not DeeeeeeJayyyyyy also and impress your friends? Nice light show you have planned...the smoke will really set off the laser units. I use 2 Pocket Scans set on a 10' truss/tripod, a ******* Club Laser (green) in the center, a 12" mirror ball (using the Pocket Scan spots to illuminate) a Lytequest Bird Of Prey, (40-beamer)... a 1000watt smoker, a par 56 can, a couple a cheap strobes, beacons in red/blue and some things I'm sure I forgot. The Pocket Scan system is run by a ADJ DMX Controller and I LOVE it!!! Good luck Dominic -Ken-
Ken is your 8 channel switch a fully remote type of device? I know they make remotes for wall switches. Im going to Home depot today Smiler I only do this once a year.

Later,
Dominic
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Originally posted by dominic:
[qb] I know they make remotes for wall switches. Im going to Home depot today Smiler I only do this once a year.

Later,
Dominic[/qb]


You might want to check out American DJ's Two-Channel Light saver. It has two outlets, and a knob to control how long each outlet is on. You can set it so that, say, Outlet A is on for 10 minutes then shuts off, then Outlet B goes on for 10 then shuts off, then back to A, etc. They are fairly inexpensive too.
Hey, Dominic, sorry so late w/reply but no my 8-channel is not fully remote. It just mounts into my rack. In fact, none of my lights are remote controlled. We are a 2-person operation so my roadie does the spinning/mixing while I handle the lights, requests and emcee-ing. Good luck!! -Ken-
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Originally posted by Drew:
[qb]Well if you want the upgrade...[/qb]


Sorry I didn't see this earlier Drew.
If you want email me at djswell-'at'-optonline.net, with the info.

Thanks,
Bill

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