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Any software for audio files mixing like MixMeister does?

  • manual ordering
  • volume and low-mid-hi adjusting levels
  • able to export to .mp3 file
  • BPM's track adjust
  • VST effects, per track desirable

(and the last but less important)

  • save session for future modifications

Note: currently, due to my computer capabilities, there's no option for a virtual machine

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Check Audacity if it fits the bill (though I doubt if it have some of the requirements mentioned). If not then try Ardour or Just Run FL Studio on wine. I had one time FL 9 Running fine on wine (DEMO). Have not tried this for Cakewalk Sonar, Cubase nor the Like. For All Available Audio Recording software on Linux check this page and decide for yourself. Also here is interesting link, not sure about the software BigTwig though!

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I'll check out all, specially the software list. – quantme Mar 12 '13 at 10:03

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