Introducing the DJ Sequencer

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New MixMeister Fusion software combines live performance tools with studio production.

DJs can now take music mixing to new heights with a new DJ sequencer product. MixMeister Technology, a leading developer of studio production software, has released MixMeister Fusion, an all-new tool for live DJ performances.

MixMeister Fusion is designed to give DJs the real-time responsiveness they need to adapt to the needs of the audience at any moment, while still giving them the flexibility and pinpoint precision that the company's award-winning studio mixing tools are known for.

Conventional software for digital DJs typically mimics the functions of traditional CD decks and turntables. While that's a familiar setup for most users, it also suffers from many of the same limitations, and requires DJs to concentrate on repetitive cueing and beat mixing tasks. That approach is rather like designing a car to work like a mechanical horse -- it misses the primary benefit that new technology can offer.

MixMeister Fusion throws away the traditional dual-deck metaphor in favor of a much more powerful approach, where an entire DJ set can be constructed on-screen. With a workflow similar to digital audio workstations or video production software, Fusion lets DJs blend full-length songs on a timeline and reorder or remix them, while keeping everything in perfect sync at all times. By automating most beat mixing tasks entirely, DJs can be free to experiment more creatively with their music.

MixMeister Fusion includes a beautifully-crafted user interface and a slew of advanced features, from live looping to harmonic mixing and support for MIDI hardware controllers. The product also comes with a bundle of top-notch VST effects, including iZotope's OzoneMP, Camel Audio's CamelSpace, and NewBlue's DJ Essentials suite.

MixMeister Fusion costs $329.95 and runs on Windows XP. Users can download a free trial copy from

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