Starting Out.

Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by Hitchkins, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. Hitchkins

    Hitchkins Raise The Roof

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    Safe Guys, I'm really into drum and bass especially liquid currently and i'm hoping to start mixing & creating tracks from my computer.
    Currently I'm 16 years old and i am working from a Dell XPS 420 with vista. I am looking for advice on what software / equipment i will need to start making drum and bass, To the quality of sending tracks to stations such as liquicity etc, looking forward to getting some reply's and hopefully getting started soon
    Safe :)
     
  2. Saint

    Saint Buried Audio

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    Id post in the Production section mate, but have a look around a bit (including using the search). Theres ALOT of threads about this kinda thing and people are more willing to help you out if you dont make them type the same thing hundreds of times :p

    Good luck with it anyway.
     
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    Hitchkins Raise The Roof

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    Thanks very much man, ive litrally just joined the site, i shall post in the other part of the forum. cheers :)
     
  4. Con

    Con Others call me Phraze

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    So are you looking for a program or advice on turntables and mixers etc..

    i'll throw a few out to help you

    Production
    - Reason 4
    - Ableton Live (can be used also to mix)
    - Cubase
    - Fruityloops

    Equipment
    - Midi controller (keyboard , squeuncer)
    - Turntables & mixer
    - Vinyls
    - CDJ's

    Ultimately i'd recommend Ableton Live, If you want to mix & produce using one program this is the program to have. !

    Hope the helped