Sign in. Likes Followers Subscribers Followers. Welcome, Login to your account. Forget password? Remember me. Sign in Recover your password. Caravel — Hey thanks man! I actually bought the first two songs off that compilation so will put that in my playlist.
But how do you mix out of that? Are you basically just playing one or two verses of the acapella, then switching out that vocal track with the next song? I tend to prepare and make my own mashups beforehand. It can be very intensive to pull it off live as you described. Of course the more you do it, the easier and better you may become at pulling them off. The song structure difference between Acapellas and Instrumentals can vary greatly or even slightly, and those differences of course can make it sound off.
Sometimes they might be on point. It just depends on the track selection. Otherwise it would be good to open up the wav-file in any kind of wav-editor CoolEdit or Creative Wave-studio or whatever and split it into several files. If you split it up you should remeber to burn in Disc-at-once mode and make sure no silences is inserted between tracks so there are no pauses between the files, I've heard some of the greatest DJ's miss out on this on their compilations and there are ms glitches between tracks so don't cry in dispair if you get a glitch here and there.
I record my entire mix as one track and don't use Atomix's track splitter. When the mix is complete i save it the open my cd recording software. Now, splitting the mix in to tracks depends on which software you use and which cd drive you have. I want to try Nero but waiting for a working version. And remember splitting tracks without leaving a gap may be down to the actual CD drive itself supporting this feature.
The Glamorous Life. Sheila E. The Look of Love, Pt. New Attitude. She's Got That Vibe. Free Your Mind. That Girl. She's a Beauty. Pretty Boys and Pretty Girls. Ted Ottaviano. As mentioned before, when you burn make sure it's setup for no gaps. You'll still be able to skip tracks, but the music will flow from one song to the next. I don't use the automix, but prelisten to where you want your mix to start, pause the second track, then when your ready to mix it in, use the scissors, start mixing your nxt song, and so on.
Hope that helps answer your question. You can do it in a completelly different way. First, record the set, preferably in wav, into a single file. Let's say for example the set has 15 songs. Then you can do a cue file with track changes, you specify where you want a track change. It can be easilly done with textpad. Once you have done the cue file in notepad save it and change txt extension to cue, so you must have something like this: mydjset.
Movement 1: Opening - Spanish Fly (4) - Fly By Night (CD, Album), Finale: Sehr Lebhaft - Minnesota Orchestra, Edo De Waart - Strauss* - Sinfonia Domestica, Suite For, Desire (Original Mix) - E.N.E.R.G.Y. - Desire (CDr), Berdinerie - Louis van Dijk - A Portrait In Music (CD), Patio Andaluz - Mario Balaguer De Santabárbara* - Patio Andaluz (Vinyl), Al Hibbler - When Will I Forget You / Be Fair (Vinyl), Van Morrison - Its Too Late To Stop Now (Vinyl, LP, Album), A Mélyből Kiáltok - Géczy Katalin & Miklóssy Hajnalka - Csend Van Bennem - Keresztyén Közösségi Ének, James Reyne - The Whiff Of Bedlam (CD, Album), Back In My Arms Again - The Supremes - Greatest Hits (Vinyl, LP), Do It Baby - Basha - Do It Baby (Vinyl) The Widow