Mixvibes announced the 3.3 update which adds better support for 64-bit systems and an improved system for track selection. Read more about the update and what it means for the DJ/VJ.
Launched last year, One DJ has been a slow builder in the DJ software world that attempts to combine live decks and timeline editing into one (read our full review here). They’ve recently put out a brand new routine video of the software in use in a live performance setting, with DMC/IDA champion DJ Rasp […]
After doing an admirable job playing catch-up last year, Mixvibes Cross 3 gives the others something to catch-up to: a well-appointed video DJing feature set with plenty of flexible mixing options, effects, recording and video sampling slots. If you’ve considered adding video to your DJ sets, you owe it to yourself to read all that Cross 3 can do.
With Flow 1.0, Mixed In Key steps out from behind the scenes and onto the main stage. The company’s first DJ performance software assists with harmonic mixing as you might expect, but it also trades in cue and loop points for new track Segments. Offering crossfading from Segment to Segment within the same track, and […]
Mixed in Key stirred up quite a lot of interest when they announced an upcoming DJ software based around energy detection + cue jumping last month. Today the new software, dubbed Flow, is exiting the private beta and launching a 1.0 release to the public. While buying the software outright will cost $58, there’s a […]
Earlier attempts at timeline-editing DJ software fizzled out because they abandoned the familiar decks-’n’-mixer format. The One DJ puts the chocolate and peanut butter together, letting you mix traditionally or create live edits, remixes, and mashups in a multitrack timeline that can also work like a standard digital DJ deck. But is this new software […]
We haven’t forgotten about The One – but this software that aims to break ground on how DJs approach their performances has been off the radar for a few months following a PC-only initial release and quiet ramp up of fixing initial launch bugs and issues. Having been teased since NAMM 2011, it’s fair to […]
Announced earlier this week, the new Mixed In Key DJ software is set to go into a limited beta as early as today or Monday – but what makes the development of another DJ software unique or interesting? Read on for a first look (and a quick demo video) of how the software plans to stand out from […]