to help with ... mixing and mastering (from the faq)
In general there's 2 different kinds of mixing, preparing a recorded track and mixing songs together for a live performance at a club or other venue. The first is definitely covered by this site, but I'm not sure what the intent is about the second. Since I expect the answer isn't just a simple yes or no, here's some sample questions about live mixing:
probably off topic:
- What's an easy type of music to start mixing for practice?
- What different type of scratches are there? (turntablism)
- How can I keep could rises and falls of intensity in a mix?
maybe on topic?
- What does smart-loop do in virtual DJ?
- How do software algorithms for bmp calculation usually work?
- What's the minimum quality my music files should be if I'm playing a real gig?
Feel free to post other questions about live mixing if you're not sure if they're on or off topic for discussion sake. :)