If pressing play on a shuffled playlist isn’t enough for you, it’s time to step up to the DJ deck
With these music mixing apps, you can loop, cue, crossfade, pitch-shift and more to remix your digital library. Even apps for tablets and smartphones are in the mix for on-the-go editing, which is especially helpful when you’re out and the current playlist isn’t cutting it (with the host’s approval of course; Mashable does not endorse party playlist mutiny).
See also: 13 Best Free Audio Editors
While Ableton — the professional-grade software used many of your favorite producers and DJs — will run you close to $ 500, these apps won’t drain your iTunes gift card balance, and some are even free. Read more…