The last month has been completely insane. We've been busy fixing bugs and not-quite-finished features like there's no tomorrow. Our Subversion repository has seen more than 70 commits (those are generally changes to Mixxx's code) in the last month, and we've still got a few things to finish before the …Read More
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I picked up a Macbook a few days ago after weeks of trying to find a decent laptop. This is good news for Mixxx because it means our OS X maintainer (cough me) now has a Mac at home. :)
Since the last time I compiled Mixxx on OS X, we've …Read More
Two weeks ago, Albert Santoni (gamegod) and myself (Adam Davison) were at a conference at Google wrapping up the Google Summer of Code programme. For those who don't know, the goal of the scheme is to pay students to work full-time on open source software like Mixxx. This year was …Read More
The September issue of Computer Music magazine features Mixxx again, this time in a half-page blurb which includes an interview with Adam Davison about some of the challenges we've faced and where Mixxx is headed.
There's also an article about using Linux for audio production, if you're interested in taking …Read More
Cedric coded up something cool yesterday:
He figured out how to integrate a file browser into our new library table view. Being able to browse directories is useful if you want to load songs that are outside your library (although you can just drag-and-drop them into Mixxx from outside). It's …Read More
Ubuntu 7.10's universe repository now contains a pre-release of Mixxx 1.5.2. This new version fixes several crashes, and should be more stable than 1.5.0. The 1.5.2 binaries for other platforms should follow sometime in the next few weeks (unless we decide to just …Read More
We're famous! Mixxx is featured on the CD bundled with the latest special issue of Computer Music magazine. The Laptop DJ special issue goes on sale August 15th/07. Word on the street is there might even be a blurb about us somewhere in the print...Read More
For those who aren't familiar with Mixxx, it's a program that allows DJs to do live beatmixing of music. Instead of lugging a pair of turntables and a record crate around, many modern DJs (both amateur and professional) prefer to use a laptop with an external hardware controller instead. Mixxx …Read More
Welcome to the official blog of the Mixxx project! We've been hacking away for quite some time now trying to build the best application we can for live DJing, and along the way we've had quite a few thoughts that we think are worth sharing. This blog will let us …Read More