Posted by Streaming Music | Posted in Pop Music | Posted on 22-09-2009
Tags: Music, Rock Music, Rock n Roll deejay, rock-n-roll
Before I left Singapore, my aspired DJ -to-be Malaysian buddy, Chee Kiang, burnt for me my preferred Ministry of Sound – The Annual 2005 Deluxe compact disc. He attempted some modifications to the hits, not in the absence of the Zouk influence, the venue any person talks about in Singapore where he’s a frequenter.
I didn’t quite feel any distinction from the original record.
Perhaps he is not too familiar with music editing yet ( following all, Chee Kiang only has a laptop equipped with a Windows Media Player burner). What negligence, when music morphing features are already so accross the board, covering almost all there might be to audio morphing!
And the developing music editing softwares are making the list even longer. Not long ago, mixers used to be limited to only 5 file extensions (.wav, .mp2, .mp3, .ogg and .wma). Now, the products of Audio4Fun and Sony assist almost all the extensions there are (up to 14). Conversion of tunes under different formats into as a lot of categories is no longer an edge, but a norm with these music editor-players.
Not only in quantity, but the quality of the output is furthermore enhanced, with special attention to the pitch and timbre of the sound effects. And don’t be surprised getting to know that some music morphers now allow you unlimited freestyle mix-and-match of customized extractions of songs (yes, you may extract all the best verses of your preferred songs to create your own mega-hit). This defining feature is perhaps best demonstrated in the AV Music Morpher Gold.
A hip mixer is one who plays not only good music, but his own good music as well. The music juke boxes take as good care of specific wants of the demanding disc jockey as that of his above-mentioned special needs. He might drive club bers hysterically spinning by mixing his voice into any hip-hop favorite s, and further adding built-in juke effects or any of his pre-mixed sounds. That’s how far the music editors have been developed, to advocate disc jockeys keep club bers screaming for more.
Perhaps what distinguishes the music editing concept from other high-end digital streams (DVD morphing for instance) is that the technology is so user-friendly and complete that any average home deejay now could produce his own CD s, fully individual ized, from music to CD cover. All Music Morphers of Audio4Fun help such thorough form of customization, though it is hardly seen elsewhere in the market.
So how’s the market embraced these creative editing tools? There are over 10 major music software producers, with large names such as Audio4Fun, Adobe and Sony (Audio4Fun is more specialist, as Adobe is more known for its PDF readers while Sony is an omnipresent titan). Products are for sale from a mere $9.95 to only $99.95, about the price of a DVD player. Free downloads of music editing softwares are furthermore available on the Internet (legally, of course).
The combination of an extensive supply chain, low pricing and numerous aid features could herald an age of home recording audios, where home deejays savor unique mix-medleys that even the Zouk venue bers crave for.