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Music Mixer

So, I'm tired of downloading trials of different music remixers only to find out they're too complicated to use and I can't figure out how to do what I want to. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm looking for an easy-enough-to-use program with which I can create remixes - cheer music style.

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It might help ...

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if you told what programs you've discarded already because of being "too complicated" for you. Otherwise you risk that somebody recommends them again.

And please tell alsoif you really studied the help files, searched Internet for support and FAQ's and tutorials or just expect a program to be intuitively clear to you.

Kees

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These ones

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Mixcraft, Music Studio 6, and a few others I can't remember...
I'm willing to look at tutorials and the like but I can never find any that are suited to what I'm trying to do...I'm usually pretty computer-adept but most of these programs aren't really helpful - especially since none come with sound effects that can be used as transitions

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Sony Acid has huge sound libraries..

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