Mixxx 1.11.0
by Tue Development Team
(Tue Development Team Website)

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Operating System: Linux
File Size: 15.1 MB
License: Open Source (All Free software)
License Conditions:

Open Source

System Requirements:

Mixxx will run on most systems, better CPU (Dual Core and up) will give you better latency.

Last Updated: 2013-05-13
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Software Description


Featured in Hitsquad's review of the Best Free DJ Software

Mixxx is designed for DJ'ing for both professional and semi-professional users. Mixxx was started in early 2001 as one of the first digital DJ systems. Today Mixxx includes many features common to digital DJ solutions, but also some very unique features: It is free, and runs on all major desktop operating systems. Futhermore Mixxx has a number of key features to help the DJ in the live mix: Beat estimation, parallel visual displays, and support for many DJ input controllers.

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New in v1.11.0

  • New Beat Detector
  • Sample Deck Improvements
  • Colored, 3-band Waveforms
  • Time Widgets
  • HID and Bulk Controller Support
  • New Sample Grid skin
  • Improved AutoDJ
  • Point-and-Click MIDI Mapping
  • Session History
  • Beatloop Rolls
  • Preview Deck
  • New and Improved User Manual
  • New Controller Support
  • Advanced Search
  • Various other enhancements and fixes

    New in v1.10.1

  • Bugfix for some minor issues

    New in v1.10.0

  • Rewritten and Improved Vinyl Control Support
  • Mixing engine improvements
  • Updated MIDI Mappings
  • Beatloops, Loop Halve/Double Buttons
  • 4 Sampler Decks
  • Quantized Loops, Hotcues and Beatloops
  • Phase Synchronization
  • Beatgrid Adjust Feature
  • Microphone Support
  • Spinning Turntable Widgets and Waveform Scratching
  • M4A Support for Windows Vista and Windows 7 users.
  • Library Improvements
  • New and Updated Skins
  • Accessibility Improvements
  • Beta translations for Spanish, Catalan, French, German, Italian, Russian, Finnish, Czech, Dutch, Polish, and Japanese
  • Revamped and Rewritten User Manual
  • Various bugfixes and enhancements

    New in v1.9.2

  • Bugfixes to the mixing engine
  • Bugfixes to the library
  • Improved MIDI mappings for the SCS.1d and American Audio VMS4

    New in v1.9.0
    Mixxx 1.9.0 adds several major new features including Shoutcast support, direct deck outputs for external mixers, and ReplayGain normalization. We've also added many enhancements to the library, a revamped default skin, and more!

  • Shoutcast / Icecast support
       o Mixxx can now broadcast over the internet (heavily requested feature)

  • External Mixer Support
       o The new Sound Hardware preferences pane allows you to route each playback deck separately, which allows you to use Mixxx with an external mixer.

  • ReplayGain normalization
       o A user from our forum worked closely with our developers to fully implement volume normalization, including performing the ReplayGain analysis for tracks which are not tagged.

  • Waveform Gain
       o The scrolling waveforms now scale according to the channel gain for better visual feedback.

  • Key lock buttons
       o Formerly known as "pitch-independent time stretch", there are now easily accessible key-lock buttons for each for deck.

  • Revamped default skin
       o Since the original source material for the Outline Netbook skin was lost eons ago, our artist completely redid it from scratch and tweaked it for better visibility. The new skin has also added EQ kill switches.

  • HSS1394 support (Windows, OS X)
       o Mixxx now supports firewire HSS1394 MIDI devices such as the Stanton SCS.1 series.

  • Improved FLAC support
       o We're now using libFLAC directly for smoother FLAC decoding.

  • Revamped metadata parsing
       o Integration of TagLib allows Mixxx to parse more metadata from songs, and do it more consistently.

  • Metadata writing
       o Mixxx can now write changes in song metadata back to disk. This feature is off by default, and can be enabled in the Library preferences pane.

  • Millisecond time display
       o The time counters in Mixxx now have an extra millisecond display.

  • Library improvements:
       o Played column - The library now indicates whether a song has been played in the current session already, and also counts the total number of times the song has been played.
       o Ratings column - 5 stars, no stars, or anywhere in between.
       o Better search - Search now searches in more columns, and by-term instead of by-phrase.
       o Revamped iTunes integration - A rewrite yielded a significant speedup of iTunes parsing.
       o Faster library scanning - The library scanner should perform much better on large libraries.
       o Inline Editing - Double click any item in the track table to edit its contents.
       o Recording to MP3/Ogg - Now your recordings can be saved in either MP3 or Ogg/Vorbis format.

  • New MIDI mappings:
       o Vestax Typhoon
       o Vestax Spin
       o Hercules DJ Console Mk4
       o Numark MIXTRACK
       o Pioneer CDJ-350

  • Updated MIDI mappings:
       o Hercules DJ Control MP3
       o Hercules DJ Control e2
       o Hercules DJ Control Steel
       o Hercules MK2
       o Vestax VCI-100
       o Reloop Digital Jockey 2
       o M-Audio Xponent

  • Tons of bug fixes and performance improvements!


    Since Mixxx 1.7.2 was released, the following changes have been made:

    • Looping
      • Loop-in, Loop-out, and Reloop/Exit buttons added to our main skins.
      • Loop point indicators on main waveforms and waveform summary displays.
    • Hot cues
      • Most of our skins gained 4 hot cue buttons, and Mixxx now internally supports up to 32 hot cues per deck.
    • A brand new database-powered library, with:
      • iTunes library and playlists access (Windows and Mac OS X)
      • Rhythmbox library and playlists access (Linux)
      • A brand new, faster library scanner
      • Crates!
      • A simple Auto DJ mode, which crossfades to the next track in the Auto DJ queue.
      • Analyze view, which allows you to run bulk BPM detection on your songs
      • Featured Artists bundle (Windows and Mac OS X)
      • Revamped Song Properties dialog
      • Re-arrangeable, hide-able columns
    • Tons of new artwork:
      • New Deere, Shade, Phoney, and LateNight skins
      • Better descriptions in tooltips and snazzy new look
    • MIDI
      • New PortMidi-based MIDI device backend, supports using multiple devices at once
      • Timers in the MIDI scripting engine
      • New MIDI mappings:
          • Hercules DJ Control e2
          • DJ TechTools MIDI Fighter
          • Reloop Digital Jockey2
      • Updated MIDI mappings:
        • Hercules DJ Control MP3, RMX, MK2
        • Stanton SCS.3d, SCS.3m
        • M-Audio Xponent
        • Behringer BCD3000
        • Vestax VCI-100
        • MixMan DM2
    • Other stuff:
      • A massive rewrite of our internal mixing engine
      • More intelligent disk access to help optimize audio latency
      • Optimized waveform rendering at 30 fps
      • Ramping pitch-bend option, smoothly applies temporary pitch adjustment for nudging
      • Import comment tags from MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and FLAC/WAV metadata.
      • New library and preferences icons
      • Improvements to UTF-8 handling
    • Over 50 bug fixes and more!
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