Our website is now based on the Pelican instead of the Cactus static site generator. It supports blog posts natively and also supports pagination, archives, author pages and taxonomies likes categories and tags. If you want to browse older news articles, using Pelican will make our website more easy to …Read More
Articles by Jan Holthuis
A few months ago we said that we were planning to ship Mixxx 2.3 …Read More
As a DJ your most important job is to find and cue the track you're going to play next to make the crowd go wild. In Mixxx 2.2 you already had plenty of options to organize and add information to the tracks in your library to make this task …Read More
Hotcues are a neat thing and one of the major benefits of digital DJing. On analogue vinyl decks, you had had to put stickers to mark the different sections of a song and physically pick up, move and drop the needle to move to it. With the move to digital …Read More
Starting with Mixxx 2.3, we're introducing experimental support for CMake. This will probably be more interesting for people who are either compiling Mixxx themselves or going hack on its code base than for regular users, but it will make the build process more straightforward in the future.
Mixxx has …Read More
Mixxx 2.2.4 has been released. Download it here.
This release fixes some bugs and adds some controller mappings, but doesn't introduce any new features. If you want to check out the new features of the upcoming 2.3 release, you can also download and test the 2.3 …Read More
As you probably already noticed we facelifted our Website, gave it a more modern look and cleaned up the code. We will continue to update and improve its contents in the next weeks in joyful anticipation of the soon-to-be-released Mixxx 2.3 beta version.
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Over the past few years there have been multiple instances of sellers that distribute paid boxed versions of Mixxx on eBay and Amazon. While it's not illegal to do this per se, we are not affiliated with these sellers and neither earn money from this nor endorse this in any …Read More
Mixxx is participating in this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC), an opportunity for students to work on Mixxx full-time as a 3-month summer project and receive a stipend from Google.
For this year's Google Summer of Code, Mixx has been granted 3 slots that will be filled by students …Read More
This means that students have the opportunity to work on Mixxx full-time as a 3 month programming project and …Read More