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Children’s mixing decks/software

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ItsLeviOsanotLeviosA Mon 07-Sep-20 08:06:05

My daughter turns 7 in October and would love some mixing decks for her birthday. I want to get something functional she can achieve a skill with, as opposed to a pink trills world tour deck which is just button pressing. I’m aware this is a complex skill though, does anyone know of any suitable decks and software which would help her learn without being too frustrating/complicated? Thanks

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ItsLeviOsanotLeviosA Mon 07-Sep-20 08:12:08

Oops wrong thread. Hopefully someone at MNHQ can move it. I don’t know how to tag them!

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Rollerbird Mon 07-Sep-20 13:48:47

I think if you report your own post you can ask for it to be moved

YetAnotherBeckyMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 07-Sep-20 15:11:12

Hello @ItsLeviOsanotLeviosA - we've moved this over to Chat but let us know if you'd like it to be somewhere else.

ItsLeviOsanotLeviosA Mon 07-Sep-20 15:22:46

@YetAnotherBeckyMumsnet thank you smile

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ItsLeviOsanotLeviosA Tue 15-Sep-20 11:37:46

Hopeful bump

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peakotter Tue 15-Sep-20 11:55:05

I don’t know anything about mixing decks but we got our kids proper electric instruments and kit at a similar age from gear4music. Their own brand range is good. Is it something where you could buy one piece now and expand the kit as she gets older?

Alternatively is there some computer software or app that would do the same thing on a screen but a lot cheaper?

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