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Make a mashup in Mixed In Key's Mashup Software Besides being fun, creating personalized mashups can be the secret weapon that takes your DJ performance from generic to unforgettable. Since the dawn of the craft, producers and DJs alike have been sampling and combining different songs to create unique compositions that rock the dance floor and captivate the audience. Analyze your favorite MP3 files First, build your library of audio files and songs you want to blend together to create your mash up. Drag files from a browser or iTunes into the program. Mashup Software quickly begins to analyzes the tracks and organize them.
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Few production lines had experience manufacturing multitouch screens. The touch-screens in consumer electronics had typically been pressure-sensitive ones that users pushed with a finger or a stylus. (The PalmPilot and its successors like the Palm Treo were popular expressions of this technology.
) Even if multitouch iPhone screens had been easy to make, it wasn't at all clear to Apple's executive team that the features they enabled, like on-screen keyboards and "tap to zoom," were enhancements that consumers wanted.
As early as 2003, a handful of Apple engineers had figured out how to put multitouch technology in a tablet. "The story was that Steve wanted a device that he could use to read e-mail while on the toilet - that was the extent of the product spec," says Joshua Strickon, one of the earliest engineers on that project.