Music Production Tools (DJ)

Ask Ubuntu Asked by user244589 on December 2, 2020

I just switched to Ubuntu 12.04 from Windows 8.1 and I really like it. Although it requires getting used to some different things, nothing in my normal routine that I do has been affected by the switch. Except for one thing.

I dj and make my own tracks. I have 2 mixers I used on Windows and haven’t found any dj type programs for Ubuntu. And they aren’t listed on Wine. Is there any work around? I use Djuced and Mixmeister Pro.

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If you haven't found your favorite programs in WineDB, just try to start them anyway. Chances are, they will start and maybe even work. Don't forget to write a WineDB entry afterwards. Although, here's MixMeister's entry:

Answered by dr.Equivalent on December 2, 2020

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