CSMD (Computerized Sound Mixing Desk) helps cut down the cost of simple sound editing and mixing. Originally designed for Drama Groups to run their shows using, it has now been adapted so it can be used as a mini recording studio wherever you are. It allows you to create playlists which can then be loaded to the desk. You can load two playlists at anyone time and mix together the output of the two playlists live, or save the mixed output to disk. Version 2 includes new addition of a build in CD player.
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