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.Read More
News and Announcements
On 2022-02-24 we received horrible news from Ukraine, which has become even worse since then. As an organization committed to freedom we feel the urge speak up and show solidarity with Ukraine.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine is unjustified and has already been condemned by the UN as a violation of …Read More
This year the program is open for all new or beginner contributors of Mixxx. It is no longer limited to enrolled students. New …Read More
In the last post, I explained how a basic relative-mode Digital Vinyl System (DVS) works. But there are two problems that are still left to solve:
- Seeking inside a track by picking up the needle from the record and dropping it somewhere else will not work.
- The basic relative-mode implementation …
Since the dawn of DJing, spinning vinyl records has never really gone out of fashion. Even when CDs became popular in 90s and most music listeners happily phased out their record players, the classical "two turntables and a mixer" setup stayed the epitome of DJing. In recent years, digital DJ …Read More
This release fixes a handful of bugs and packaging issues plus adds several controller mappings.
Mixxx now includes mappings for the Numark DJ2GO2 Touch …Read More
This release brings a lot of new features and bugfixes:Read More
In regular intervals, we discuss how much latency the JACK Audio Connection Kit introduces when used in Mixxx. That is one of the Sound APIs that Mixxx supports on Linux, and it's a layer on top of the Advances Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA).
Unlike analog devices, digital audio devices process …Read More
Starting with the 2.3, Mixxx will integrate support for the excellent KeyFinder library by Ibrahim Sha'ath.Read More