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Kool Virtual Decks (Main Idea)

   0.0.0b  

KDE Sound Application

Score 71%
Kool Virtual Decks (Main Idea)
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Link:  http://
Depends on  Qt 3.x
Downloads:  591
Submitted:  Oct 6 2006
Updated:  Oct 8 2006

Description:

Kool Virtual Decks is a proffecional double cd player emulator like Virtual Turn Tables, BPM Studio or any other as you know.

The idea is that you can mix two songs like a DJ would make in his/her dual cd player or in his/her turntables.

Well this program is just a preview, and idea. It doesn't work yet.

If you want to join to this project or if you have any suggestion please e-mail me.

Project Manager: Pablo Saquilán (djmankeletor@gmail.com)




Changelog:

0.0.0b
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-Display upgraded

0.0.0a
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-Better red and green tones in CUE and play/pause bottons.




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 mixxx

 
 by aroedl on: Oct 6 2006
 
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http://mixxx.sourceforge.net/


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 Re: mixxx

 
 by mankeletor on: Oct 6 2006
 
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thanks for the info


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sorry for my bad remind^^
but long time ago,i used "acid pro" or "acid dj" something like this..for windows
and the main problem was headphones split..so hear preview of second track
So,i realized that a special sound-card needed(headphone and line-out separately)
have you consider this?


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 Re: a point

 
 by mankeletor on: Oct 8 2006
 
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I'll include support for two sound cards so the user can use one of those like a monitor.
Thanks, I appreciate your suggestion.


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