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Mixxx for Windows 64bit v2.2.1
Mixxx has everything you need to start making DJ mixes in a tight, integrated package. Whether you're DJing your next house party, spinning at a club, or broadcasting as a radio DJ, Mixxx has what you need to do it right.
All your playlists and songs from iTunes, automatically ready to go for your next live DJ performance.
DJ MIDI Controller Support
With over 30 DJ MIDI controllers supported out-of-the-box, Mixxx gives you comprehensive hardware control for your DJ mixes.
BPM Detection and Sync
Instantly sync the tempo of two songs for seamless beatmixing. Need a break? Create a quick playlist and let Auto DJ take over.
Powerful Mixing Engine
Mixxx has a cutting-edge mixing engine including support for MP3, M4A/AAC, OGG, and FLAC audio, adjustable EQ shelves, timecode vinyl control, recording, and Shoutcast broadcasting.
World-Class Mixing Engine
Don't just beatmix, beatmix better.
Dual Decks, Advanced Controls
Drop a song onto a deck in Mixxx to kick off your next mix. Each deck features a scratchable, scrolling waveform that marks beats and cue points, along with a whole-song waveform overview for quick seeking.
Time Stretch and Vinyl Emulation
Speed up and slow down songs without changing their pitch with time stretching. Our high-quality interpolator can also reproduce classic vinyl sounds like backspins.
Found a sweet loop or need to extend your mix while you prep the next track? Instantly loop a 4, 8, or 16 beat segment with the click of a button.
Four hotcue points can be dropped or triggered with ease. Our playback engine is finely tuned for accurate, rapid fire hotcue triggering so you can mash and remix as hard as you want to without a hiccup.
Ramping pitchbend ensures any tempo nudging is smoothly applied, just like with vinyl.
Broad Format Support
Our mature audio decoders deliver pristine sound with rock-solid stability. Mixxx plays MP3, M4A/AAC, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, WAVE, and AIFF formats.
EQ and Crossfader Control
Mixxx features audiophile butterworth filters with adjustable EQ shelves. Crossfader curve control lets you deliver quick cuts or long, smooth crossfades.
Quad Sampler Decks
Perfect for dropping that vocal sample or airhorn, our quad sampler decks are routable through either playback channel.
The Mixxx music library was designed from the ground up for DJs. Powered by a high-performance database, accessing and organizing your music is easy and intuitive.
Record and Broadcast your Mix
Mixxx includes a number of recording and broadcasting features because you can't get your name out there without sharing your DJ mixes.
Record your live mixes to the lossless WAVE or compressed Ogg Vorbis formats, and optional MP3 support. Recordings are automatically archived in the library for fast access.
Stream your mixes live over the internet to your audience and friends through a Shoutcast or Icecast server.
Song gain is automatically adjusted when loading a deck so your mixes always maintain a consistent volume. Mixxx reads existing ReplayGain tags and analyzes songs that don't have them.
Whether you're dropping thick reggae vocals over some dub or giving shoutouts on the air, microphone input is as easy as toggling talkover.
Comprehensive DJ Hardware Support
MIDI Controller Support
Over 30 controllers supported
including the Hercules RMX, Numark Mixtrack, Vestax Spin and Typhoon, Stanton SCS.3d, and many more.
Advanced MIDI Scripting Engine
Free Timecode Vinyl Control
Vinyl jockeys love it
Control Mixxx from your existing turntables or CDJs and a mixer using timecoded vinyl or CDs. We're the only free timecode vinyl control software for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, so we made sure to do it right.
Serato and Traktor Scratch 1 timecodes are supported with absolute positioning, needle cueing, and end-of-record detection. Mixxx even works with the soundcard you already have!
Mixxx 2.2 released
* Update from Qt4 to Qt5.
* Use Qt5's automatic high DPI scaling.
* Vectorize remaining raster graphics for better HiDPI support.
* Add mix mode switch (Dry/Wet vs Dry+Wet) for effect units.
* Add support for LV2 effects plugins (currently no way to show plugin GUIs).
* Add preference option for selecting which effects are shown in the list of available effects in the main window (all LV2 effects are hidden by default and must be explicitly enabled by users).
* Text searches without any field qualifiers (such as "title: some-title") now search crates.
* Add 8 sampler and small sampler options to LateNight.
* Add key / BPM expansion indicators to Deere decks.
* Add skin settings menu to LateNight.
* Add controller mapping for Numark Mixtrack Platinum.
* Update controller mapping for Numark N4.
* Add spinback and break for Vestax VCI-400 mapping.
* Add preference option to adjust the play position marker of scrolling waveforms.
* Add preference option to adjust opacity of beatgrid markers on scrolling waveforms.
* Support IRC/AIM/ICQ broadcast metadata.
The focus of development for Mixxx 2.2 was switching from Qt 4 to Qt 5. Qt is the toolkit that allows us to write one Mixxx application that runs on Linux, macOS, and Windows. For users, the most noticable difference from this will be improved support for scaling the graphical user interface (GUI) for high pixel density (high DPI) screens. The scaling we used with Qt 4 in Mixxx 2.1 scaled most parts of the GUI, but some small parts like the arrows on menus and widgets in the preferences did not scale. Now with Qt 5, everything scales automatically according to the operating system scaling settings. Going forward, we will be able to use new features of Qt sooner (for example, work is ongoing for supporting ECMAScript 7 in controller scripts). Note that Qt 5 requires Windows 7 or later, so Mixxx 2.2 no longer supports Windows XP and Windows Vista.
We have added a new button to the effects units that adds a new mode for mixing effects. Previously, the mix knob always crossfaded between the dry signal (input to the first effect) and wet signal (output of the last effect). This is now called Dry/Wet mode and is the default. The new Dry+Wet mode always keeps the dry signal at full volume and the mix knob controls how much of the wet signal is added. This allows for adding sounds with effects without modifying the underlying track. For example, with the effect unit in Dry+Wet mode, you can load an equalizer or filter effect before the Echo effect to remove bass frequencies from the echoed signal without removing the bass from the track.
Mixxx 2.2 introduces initial support for LV2 sound effects plugins. Many GNU/Linux distributions package LV2 effects plugins that can be installed separately from Mixxx. Because many LV2 plugins are not useful for DJing, you must explicitly enable plugins in the Effects section of the preferences before you can load them in the Mixxx main window. Currently there is no way to show the GUI for LV2 plugins in Mixxx. While LV2 effects are technically cross-platform, in practice there are very few LV2 plugins that are distributed for macOS and Windows. Mixxx 2.2 has LV2 support enabled for GNU/Linux and macOS, but not for Windows.
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