Mark Goodwin
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Djmouse reviewed on 04 Sep 2011
What can I say... This is a fantastic piece of software.
I have used this for our amateur theatre group for the last 3 years and it works flawlessly.
The free version is great! I used this for ages but finally upgraded to the pro version just because I wanted to use the midi integration.
The software not only plays back the sound file, but also sends midi commands to the desk to raise the fader and lower the fader when the sound has stopped playing. It never fails to impress.
The only negative is some of the more simple commands can take a while to get your head around. For example cross fading tracks into each other. However they now have some great tutorials on the website, I would suggest watching these before you start using the software as it covers the basics well.
The software is expensive, but is aimed at professionals and does much more than cheeper alternatives. The free version is great for amateur groups for simple audio playback.
Just one final thing next time you go to the theatre have a look what software the sound engineer is using, if they have a mac it will have Qlab on it!
[Version 2.3.5]


Djmouse reviewed on 02 Jul 2011
Still love this software. Very easy to use and the websites look good.
[Version 3.4]


Djmouse reviewed on 27 Jun 2011
For some reason the software has proxy settings on by default. If you are not using a proxy server then you need to turn this off before the software will work.
Apart from that it is very quick at finding stuff and seems to work well.
[Version 1.1.20]


Djmouse reviewed on 19 Jun 2011
This crashed the first time I used it!
[Version 1.0]

Djmouse commented on 31 Mar 2008
This has to be one of the best pieces of sotware I have used on my mac.
It's very simply layout looks a bit basic but does the job very well.
I have been using this for the last 3 or years on all of our productions and it's hasn't caused any problems.
It offers so much more than a CD player as you can play one track on top of another, stop tracks when another track plays, tigger tacks to play at certain points and much much more.
[Version 1.2]

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