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Thread: Useful software for digital DJing (and music in general) - Windows & OS X

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    Quote Originally Posted by fueledbymusic View Post
    Are these programs free Really??
    The business model behind most "free" software is in-app payment to unlock functionality. Sure, an incomplete version of the software is "free", but a user will have to pay to make it completely functional. It's usually key features that require unlocking via payment.

    Who works for free? No one. A caveat... Except for the people who really, really, really like to code. They do exist.
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    ^^^ Well, another good question. Even though about the facts about this "free" program. And the facts that it is incomplete etc. The program I have now. Which makes me think of a Pimped up media player. Do I get to keep this pimped up media player "forever" or will they eventually somehow get me to "pay" something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fueledbymusic View Post
    ^^^ Well, another good question. Even though about the facts about this "free" program. And the facts that it is incomplete etc. The program I have now. Which makes me think of a Pimped up media player. Do I get to keep this pimped up media player "forever" or will they eventually somehow get me to "pay" something?
    It's free. You just can't use any hardware with it. Or cue in-ear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew b View Post
    it's free. You just can't use any hardware with it. Or cue in-ear.
    thanks

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    which dj software mixing tool is free?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deckydj3 View Post
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    Not free, prices start at $60, and not DJing software.

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