disco xt

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disco xt

Post by soultime » Fri Aug 14, 2009 1:56 pm

just wasted too many dollars trying to replace twist and burn on the dance floor with disco xt pro - meanwhile mixcraft ain't really cutting the mustard daw-wise. get a grip guys.

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Post by Acoustica Greg » Mon Aug 17, 2009 9:58 pm


What do you mean, exactly, when you say that Mixcraft isn't cutting the mustard, DAW-wise? What feature(s) are you looking for?


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Post by soultime » Sat Aug 22, 2009 4:47 pm

hi greg,

thanks for the question. mixcraft is always going to be a bit chad valley in the d.a.w. stakes
because it arrived to the party late. now twist and burn was innovative and to this day it's
still the best bit of software out there to dj with. disco xt came close and i paid over a
£100 for a bit of software that twist and burn can run rings round.

twist and burn is the only bit of software out there that really does the dj thing and the fact
that mixcraft is still a non starter irks to someone who thinks that twist and burn still cuts the

you would have to be a retard not to use twist and burn to create your mixes.

ps i use cubase 5 why would i be looking at mixcraft when twist and burn is the dj cubase?

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