What app would you recommend to play sound tracks in a theater play ?

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  1. jimdoe

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    Hi,

    we are going to give an amateur theater play, which includes various music and sounds.

    all sounds / music are mp3 files were prepared on a desk computer.

    what I am looking for is an app that allows to easily trigger each sounds. Not necessarly something very sophisticated, but at least with a fader.

    thanks for advice,

    Jim
     
  2. Magnetic1

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    Maybe a mixer app.

    I have not used a mixer on iPad though.

    A sophisticated editing might require a midi sequencer.

    I think most people use GarageBand or music studio to come up with songs, building audio tracks.

    I don't think anything is wrong to use as long as the end product sounds good to you.
     
  3. KevinJS

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    I got this free last week after Maura from the iPF news team let us know about it.

    Algoriddim djay, available from the App Store.

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    It has a cross fader, and apparently can be set up to play playlists. Haven't played around with it too much yet. This is the iPhone version, but an iPad version exists.

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  4. Magnetic1

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    Touch Dj app

    I recently downloaded this app and it looks pretty easy to use.

    I forgot all about the fact that DJs are the one who regular mix songs during live events.
     

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