Thursday, March 16, 2006
The term 'mash-up' or 'bootleg' (or, more commonly, just 'boot') describes the result of mixing together two or more records to create a whole new track. Though originally performed live using turntables and DJ mixers, recent advances in sequencing software have taken this art-form to a whole new level. This document outlines how mash-ups can be made using the software package Tracktion
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