Summary: If you're a gay man in his mid-forties (like me) then this game is like falling down memory lane, and getting hit by the dance club bus. I've spend nearly all of a holiday weekend and I've only hit three of the clubs. So many samples give you so many choices. I've heard all kinds of riffs from all kinds of music I've listened to over the years. It was incredibly nostalgic, AND fun! The tutorial is hardly worth looking at.
Summary: MC White in da houze! I am the king of mixing, and the rap master of disaster. Check out my customer image (will get uploaded later tonight) so check back, and get ready to mix with the master! MC White said: IN DA HOUZE!!!!!
Summary: tHE IS FUN FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE MAKING MUSIC. (LIKE i DO) BUT EVEN THEN THE GAME GETS BORING KINDA FAST. IF I WAS YOU I WOULD RENT THE game first. (something I should have first). The good side is you can use differnt kinds of music sound etc. The bad side is its kinda hard at first and the contrelling is hard. Thanks for reading.
Summary: This is maybe a good start for people thats into buying music making video games. But the best? Definately not and definately not better than magix music maker deluce edition. With this one...its just that its so limited to what you can do. You can't change the pitch of a beat or add effects like Hall or Room (like you can in magix music maker) and you cant combine genres of music like techno and trance or anything.
Summary: I put this game in for my son, and was leary he would be bored in 5 minutes. He was in his room for THREE HOURS making trance music. Now we threaten to take it away if he misbehaves. Works like a charm!! Thanks CLUBWORLD!!
Summary: Ok, I've read the manual over and over, and I could not figure out how, or if you can loop the song, in the arranger. If you can't loop the song, it's of no use to me whatsoever. I need to be able to loop songs for many reasons: The whole experience of being a DJ is to instantly hear the results of the changes you make to the music in real time. I can't use this software as a drum and bass machine to play keyboards with as accompanyment.
Summary: Ejay Clubworld is a sick game for the music makers like me. In this game there are different clubs you can go to and each one contains different music genres. They include: Ambient, Acid/Electro, Hip-Hop, Reggae, Drum & Base, House, Trance, and Techno. My personal favorite is Electro because I've made some pretty sweet songs on that one. But all the clubs are good so this game suits any music fan.
Great Music maker, glitches in data, no song porting options
Jeff Bender "Lord Aiden Wolf", Amazon
23 June 2003
Summary: PROS: This is by far the best Music making program I've used in a long time, definitely better than Magix Music Maker for the PS2 (I have that as well). The game allows you to switch between various clubs, each with their own brand of music. Hip-Hop, Reggae, Acid/Electro, Ambient, Trance, Techno, House, and Drum n'Bass. There is even a jukebox feature which allows you to combine all of your songs from the various clubs into one single playlist.
Summary: Is'nt it nice to have a game that takes no gifted skills,has brilliant features & is Brain banned? Well this game includes every one of those componants & is in a way refreshing! & the good thing is it dosn't fade! You could spend years on this game & Make new songs without regreting the fact you could run out of samples to blend! so why the 4 stars? well it's the controls you see their a bit dodgy,Mainly due to the fact that it dosn't tell you in the manual.