It's been a while, but after almost exactly 3 years, we're proud to announce the
beta version of the next major release: Mixxx 2.4!
Keep your eyes peeled for the stable version of 2.4 being released in August if
everything goes according to plan. In the meantime, we …
You know the drill, another 2.3 bugfix release. Mixxx
2.3.4 to be exact.
Let's take a look at the changes:
macOS received a bunch of love, especially in regards to possible UI performance
problems and translation issues. We also enabled support for macOS 13 (Ventura)
on Intel-CPUs …
Disclaimer: The blog post primarily serves as the documentation for the Google Summer of Code 2022 project: "Track Suggestion Feature". Thus, it contains a lot more detailed description, than the other Mixxx blog posts.
After long hours of playing, when the floor is crowded the question shows up. "What …
Disclaimer: The blog post primarily serves as the documentation
for the Google Summer of Code 2022
project: "Pitch Shift effect and Group Delay handling". Thus, it contains
a lot more detailed description, than the other Mixxx blog posts.
The project implements the Pitch Shift effect for the Mixxx DJ …
Yes everybody, we officially moved our bug tracking away from Launchpad to
GitHub. If you've never tried to report a bug in Mixxx or wanted to contribute
in other ways, it's very likely you have no idea what this post is about, but if
you do it's even better. No …
After thorough preparation, we're finally moving from Launchpad bugs to GitHub
issues. We'll publish a more detailed blogpost after the migration is done. For
now, We'd just like to let everybody know, that we will disable our bug tracker
on launchpad sometime on Monday the 22nd of
Google has accepted two contributor's projects for Mixxx as part of their Google Summer of Code (GSoC). GSoC is a stipend program that allows new contributors to work Mixxx on their own ~175 hours or ~350 hours project.