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[Edited by dantengwen on 06-12-2018 20:08 PM]

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I've made mixes with my controller + serato on many occasions but unfortunately I can't make anymore at home due to what I am sure will be some noise complaints. Instead, I'd like to make more mixes through just software. Ive tried Audacity and for the most part, the transitions sound OK at best -- it's great for editing already-made mixes and tweaking it, but not so good at matching bpm, IMO. Any tips or software you use to make PC mixes?

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