See how the Ableton Live 10 Intro stacks up against the MAGIX Digital DJ 2 in today's product comparison. There is a lot more to this sort of decision than price, so we see if we can help you decide which is best for your needs. If you would like to see more product comparisons and reviews in this category, click here.
Everyone has different preferences, and we hope our frank reviews will make your decision easier. First, we will take a look at the Ableton Live 10 Intro.
And now we will have a look at our second product, the MAGIX Digital DJ 2. Number 6 is a good program for aspiring DJs who want a software for Mac and PC that is pretty easy to use as long as you’re willing to spend some time in the beginning to learn it. It’s not super easy, it does take some work to get into, and therefore it’s probably best for somebody who knows that they will use it from time to time so that you don’t waste a lot of time learning it, never to use it again.
This program makes it easy to use songs from your music library on iTunes or music that you have saved on your computer, you just drag them to the right deck to aid with your musical creations. No matter if you want to simply play the music, remix it or scratch, this software can do it without any extra hardware.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Ableton Live 10 Intro||MAGIX Digital DJ 2|
+ Can be used both as a DAW and DJ software
+ Up to 16 tracks
+ More than 1500 sounds
+ For Mac and PC
+ Basic DJ software
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|We would recommend buying Ableton Live 10 if you’re the kind of person who likes to do different music related things and both like to DJ and record and produce music and need a music production software that enables you to do just about anything. If you don’t want to spend money on getting two different programs for your musical creations, then Ableton Live 10 is definitely the right DJ software for you!||This software is a good choice for anybody looking for a pretty simple DJ software that will let them try out the noble art of digital DJing at a few parties or weddings.|
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