• iFADE

    I own the Cross Pack and it’s very nice, but I can’t figure out how to record my mix from deck A and deck B on the same file. What am I doing wrong?

  • wisdom

    [quote comment=""][quote comment=""]i have tried the demo but it ain´t full functional?[/quote]

    if u try this with a better sound card u will be happy with it tush me

    along side with a dj audio 4 u cant go wrong[/quote]

    i didn´t tell you wich soundcard i have!

  • http://myspace.com/djcrossfadesmixes djcrossfade

    [quote comment=""]i have tried the demo but it ain´t full functional?[/quote]

    if u try this with a better sound card u will be happy with it tush me

    along side with a dj audio 4 u cant go wrong

  • wisdom

    i have tried the demo but it ain´t full functional?

  • JiEl

    [quote]
    MixVibes Cross is a far better solution than other products on the market it just doesnt have the big name, or big famous dj’s like Grand master flash on there books!
    Download the demo and give it a go for yourselfs before you bash the software!!!!!
    Cross works as it is described more features are to come shortly[/quote][/quote]

    Agree with you

    Cross Rocks !!

  • abits

    [quote comment=""][quote comment=""]MIXVIBES = VAPORWARE

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaporware/quote

    MixVibes Cross is a far better solution than other products on the market it just doesnt have the big name, or big famous dj’s like Grand master flash on there books!
    Download the demo and give it a go for yourselfs before you bash the software!!!!!
    Cross works as it is described more features are to come shortly[/quote]

  • abits

    [quote comment=""]MIXVIBES = VAPORWARE

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaporware/quote

    wisdom
    Jul 9th, 2009 at 5:57 pm Quote

    MIXVIBES = VAPORWARE

    MixVibes Cross is a far better solution than other products on the market it just doesnt have the big name, or big famous dj’s like Grand master flash on there books!
    Download the demo and give it a go for yourselfs before you bash the software!!!!!
    Cross works as it is described more features are to come shortly

  • wisdom
  • Anonymous

    VDJ 6 is not even close to Traktor in terms of functionality. When you have to run two instances of VDJ to run 4 decks, that just aint right. The Special effects are extremely lacking and limited. Do you use Traktor Pro at all?

  • http://www.myspace.com/tooltablist Mudo


    It arrives a bit later compared with the other market solutions but it seems GREAT.

    ITCH in open way is a BIG IDEA.

    ;)

  • http://www.mikecharles.net Mike Charles

    [quote comment=""]
    So, being a former serato guy, would you recommend mixvibes for a dj converting from vynil to digital trading turntables for a vci 100?[/quote]

    I would say it depends on your needs. Are you spinning records at home, or are you playing out at the clubs/raves? How important are effects to you?

    If you already have your own sound card and you want VCI style functionality you’ve got some choice. Of course there is ITCH, which comes with a VCI 300. Beyond that is Traktor Pro, Virtual DJ, and MV Cross which can all be used with the VCI-100. I don’t know much about VDJ, but I hear that custom midi mappings require coding. So if, hypothetically, we are down to MV Cross and TP, I would say that TP is currently superior, but also costs more.

  • http://hmdj.blogspot.com nateboogee

    [quote comment=""][quote comment=""]can you scratch with cross like the vci 300 using just the vci 100 and no control vynil?[/quote]

    FYI:
    [quote comment=""]I would say it reminds me of using the VCI-300 with Serato Itch. The platter is only used for seek/scratch functions…[/quote][/quote]

    So, being a former serato guy, would you recommend mixvibes for a dj converting from vynil to digital trading turntables for a vci 100?

  • http://www.mikecharles.net Mike Charles

    [quote comment=""]can you scratch with cross like the vci 300 using just the vci 100 and no control vynil?[/quote]

    FYI:
    [quote comment=""]I would say it reminds me of using the VCI-300 with Serato Itch. The platter is only used for seek/scratch functions…[/quote]

  • http://hmdj.blogspot.com nateboogee

    can you scratch with cross like the vci 300 using just the vci 100 and no control vynil?

  • Travis

    Lets get a review like this up for Virtual DJ 6.01. For as long as it’s been dismissed as an inferior product, the new version has made it a major contender. Honestly, I’m contemplating putting Traktor PRO on the back shelf and expanding to new horizons.

  • Mat

    It’s certainly a great piece of software, the only thing that bugged me when testing it out (besides the MIDI mappings) was that the GUI is really neat to look at – however readability is close to zero (= result of a typical design studio) and skinning is not supported afaik (to add one that is just functional with decent contrast and proper font sizes). I’m also not sure if it supported the key tag (i think it does) and the ratings tag (i’m quite sure it doesn’t) which I use a lot.

    [quote comment=""]“When it comes to time-coded CDs it’s really more about the CD player you use than the CD.”
    –> I would say that’s not so right. I’m a CD Dj and MixVibes user (DVS 7, and now CROSS) for years, I tested several solutions and for me the mixvibes timecode CD does make the difference. I find it more reactive for hot cues and short loops than other solutions.

    Indeed, the 7″ vinyls must be here more to have fun and I assume to try the vinyl mode than to mix in clubs, that’s a sure thing.[/quote]

  • dj_botknox

    “When it comes to time-coded CDs it’s really more about the CD player you use than the CD.”
    –> I would say that’s not so right. I’m a CD Dj and MixVibes user (DVS 7, and now CROSS) for years, I tested several solutions and for me the mixvibes timecode CD does make the difference. I find it more reactive for hot cues and short loops than other solutions.

    Indeed, the 7″ vinyls must be here more to have fun and I assume to try the vinyl mode than to mix in clubs, that’s a sure thing.

  • DJ Goku

    Nice to see a review of this amazing DJ software.
    I own MixVibes CROSS and I have the same point of view than you, just one things : the 7 inch is only include in the CROSS box, the CROSS Pack box has 12 inch vinyls.