Have you ever had the urge to mix your own music? Depending on what type of music you listen to, it could very well be more than one tune playing at the same time. Have you really thought about what it would take to mix your own music and become your own DJ? It could be fun, but it may also be a lot of work. There will be some things that you will need in order to mix your own music.
Here is some of what you will need if you want to mix your own music:
- A computer
- Internet access
- Pick the tracks that you want to mix
- Download beats
- Sound effects
- Audio mixing program
Picking the Right Program
Finding the right program is essential to mixing your own music. If you are a beginner, then you may want to download a program that has sounds, beats and effects already loaded and waiting to be used. One program that comes to mind is the DubStep Studio. It is very simple for a beginner to use. It comes with a sizable sound library so you can experiment with mixing music.
When you want to put additional tracks to a song, you will open the program and click on "add sounds." A new window will come up and the screen will split the sounds that are available into more categories. Adding tracks is easy as all you have to do is click on the plus or minus sign. When you hear something interesting, just click on beats to mix it in. You will be able to delete tracks from the workshop and change the volume and more.
Registering the Program
With this program, mixing your own music is a snap. You must register the program if you wish to save or open files. This program will not allow you to upload your own music. There is no exporting music for access offline.
There are many more programs out there to try. This program would be good for a beginner to practice mixing his music and playing DJ. Once you have had some experience with the program, you can then move on to something a little more technical. As you can see, all you need is a computer, Internet access and the ability to download the necessary programs to be able to mix your own music. Then get together with some friends and show off your DJ skills by letting them listen to some of your new music. One other program that may be worth checking out is Jam Glue. It has a wider range of features that outdoes DubStep. If the user is registered they may upload mp3, .wav, or wma files. Both of these are good for beginners who have never had the experience in mixing their own music before. Give these programs a try and you never know; you might become the next DJ at a party because you learned how to mix your own music.