Yes, you may use the sounds and music loops included in Mixcraft for podcasting, royalty-free.
Here's our official policy:
Providing that you legally own a Mixcraft license, you may redistribute new works of art, podcasts or other sounds created using Mixcraft's loops royalty-free for any and...
You need a microphone to record your voice. You could use the one that came with your computer, but we don't usually recommend that. (The quality is very poor.)
We highly recommend a good microphone, mixer and related cables.
Visit our studio gear accessories page
Any version of Mixcraft newer than version 2 cannot directly load MP3 Audio Mixer's .sgp files.
As a workaround, you can load the .spg files into Mixcraft 2, save them as .mxc files and then load those .mxc files into newer versions of Mixcraft.
If you need Mixcraft 2, you can...
Here is a list of some audio devices that have been successfully tested with Mixcraft:
Audiophile 2496 (PCI) M-audio.com
Delta 1010LT (PCI) M-audio.com
Delta 44 (PCI) M-audio.com
Focusrite Saffire Pro Firewire Focusrite.com
Lexicon Lambda (USB) Lexiconpro.com
Yes! Podcasting is growing in popularity and is now supported in major applications such as iTunes.
Be your own radio station and create your own podcasts."; Simply create an MP3 file in Mixcraft and publish it!
In Mixcraft, click on the File menu, select "Mix Down to..." and...
Yes, if you have a binaural microphone setup and you are recording in stereo, you could use Mixcraft to capture the binaural sound.
Download Mixcraft and try it for free! We have some general "how to" information for Mixcraft here.
One of the hotter trends with cell phones is making custom ring tones. Many newer cell phones support the ability to play audio and recordings. If you have one of these types of cell phones, it should be able play MP3s.
Creating Your Own Ring
It should be relatively short. Most people answer...
When you first start Mixcraft, you should make sure that the audio latency response is set up properly. All sound devices and sound cards are not created equal and some have better performance than others. In addition, your computer's speed will make a difference in audio...
Mixcraft project files (mx4, mx5, mx6) do not contain any audio (although they do store MIDI data). Your recordings and audio files are stored separately. This means that when you transfer your Mixcraft projects from one computer to another, you can't just copy the .mx6 files, you have to also...