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Topic # 92546 1-Nov-2011 12:06
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Hi there,

My first post - but I'm actually in need of some help. I'm wondering if anyone can help identify this software - I work in A/V and saw this in a bar recently, and thought it was pretty useful. My apologies for the poor picture quality; it was taken on an old mobile phone.

Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks!
- Feesho

*I've photoshopped out a couple of identifying markings on the software.

 

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  Reply # 543818 10-Nov-2011 16:01
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Looks alot like pc dj, although I haven't seen it in years so I may be wrong :)

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  Reply # 548845 23-Nov-2011 11:41
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That looks alot like "Night Life" http://www.nightlifemusic.co.nz/ but a really old version of the software

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  Reply # 549028 23-Nov-2011 19:37
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Not sure what you want to do, but highly recommend Reaper which can be used for free unrestricted. But you should buy a license if you make money off it. Much more than just a mixer.




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