This release brings a lot of new features and bugfixes:Read More
Articles tagged with 2.3
Starting with the 2.3, Mixxx will integrate support for the excellent KeyFinder library by Ibrahim Sha'ath.Read More
Since we published Mixxx 2.3 beta in June 2020, you may have been wondering what has taken so long to get the 2.3.0 release out. Well, we have been very busy the past few months building a more sustainable technical infrastructure for the Mixxx project. We have …Read More
As all of you probably know, Mixxx is the best DJ software in the market. However, we've recently been made aware that a minor competitor has emerged and tries to steal that title from us - Serato DJ Pro. The hardware support is nice, but since Serato is neither open-source nor …Read More
A few months ago we said that we were planning to ship Mixxx 2.3 …Read More
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
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
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