Deck cloning (also called "instant doubles" in some other DJ software) is a highly anticipated feature added in Mixxx 2.3. In short, it does what it says on the tin. When activated, the currently loaded song, playback state, pitch adjustment, and any playing loop will be cloned from one …Read More
News and Announcements
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
Mixxx is proud to announce that we have been officially accepted into the Outreachy program and are immediately raising funds to sponsor our first Intern for the December 2020 cycle!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
One of the things that make Mixxx special is that it works on more platforms that just Windows or macOS. Thanks to Mixxx being open-source, it's possible to create "unusual" setups that the developers didn't expect - for example by running it on a low-cost Raspberry Pi single board computer combined …Read More
One of the parts where Mixxx is lacking is how it handles time signatures and downbeats. Currently, Mixxx only has individual beats but has no support for detecting or displaying additional information about the rhythm.
This is going to change during this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC), because we …Read More
Do you rock your gigs armed only with your cans and a Rekordbox prepared USB flash drive? Ever been tempted to play your carefully curated tracks on something other than a CDJ or Rekordbox, on something that is free and open-source? We have news for you!
Mixxx 2.3 will …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
Do you use hotcues to mark the points you use to mix in and out of tracks? Have you wished AutoDJ knew to mix in and out at those points? In Mixxx 2.3, we have introduced new intro & outro cues for these purposes. You can try them now with …Read More
Alongside the protesters in the US and around the world, the Mixxx team unequivocally condemns police brutality. The systemic racism that burdens people of color every day is the responsibility of white people around the world to address. Mixxx' core development team feels it necessary not to remain silent on …Read More