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An upgrade to MixMeister Studio is now available.
This new version is based on our new MixMeister Fusion product, and you
can find details about it on the
Studio product page.
"MixMeister analyzes songs and plots transitions from one song to the next is, well, ridiculously smart...exactly what I'm looking for." That's what BULLZ-EYE.COM had to say about MixMeister Express 7. Read the entire review here
Scratch anywhere, anytime. Download MixMeister Scratch for free from the iTunes App Store right now and scratch on top of your music in seconds. Check it out.
Determine the exact BPM (beats per minute) of almost any song automatically. Update ID3 tags in your music files with BPM information and print BPM reports for your entire music collection. The price is right.
Check out International DJ Magazine’s review of MixMeister Control, the controller specifically designed for MixMeister software. "If you’re prepared to look outside the box and are looking for a different DJ experience... then you should check this setup out." Read the entire review here.
CNET reviewed MixMeister Control, recommending it as a fun program, giving it a rating of Very Good. "It's every bit as addictive and fun as a good video game, MixMeister Express 6.0 is a great option for anyone who's interested in making DJ-style mixes...” CNET also loved the ease of use, saying “even if you don't know a beat from a measure, you can handle this software." Read all about it.
DJs know that the mouse simply is not a performance instrument. Enter MixMeister Control: the controller we developed with Numark specifically for performing with MixMeister Fusion Live software. You’ll be ready to kiss your mouse goodbye when you watch this video.
We thought with Numark now distributing our
products around the globe (see below) it would be nice to, ya know,
return the favor. So we've chosen a few products we love from
Numark's DJ hardware line and you can now buy them right here.
View these items on our
We're delighted to announce that we have entered
into an exclusive distribution arrangement with Numark Industries, for
all our products. This will be a very close partnership, and it
means that you'll soon be able to purchase MixMeister software at the
Numark retailer in your area.
They will also be assisting us with customer
service and support, with faster response times, greater support
availability, and new telephone support options, among other things.
We couldn't be more excited about this
partnership, and you can look forward to great bundles combining
innovative hardware and software soon.
As promised, we've released an add-on video mixing
module for MixMeister Fusion. We took what we learned from our
previous video products and focused on delivering rock-solid support for
video playback of MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and WMV files, with support for
transitions, text overlays, and more. Upgrade information is
available on the Fusion +
page of this site.
After an extensive (and exhausting) development
effort, we're proud to announce MixMeister Fusion, a brand new product
designed to replace MixMeister Pro. Fusion has been designed from
the ground up to combine the fluid, on-the-fly capabilities of live
performances with the pinpoint precision of the best studio production
apps. It's got lots of sexy new features, and you can can read all
about them on the Fusion
page of this site.
Longtime MixMeister user,
Granddaddy DJ, played at the
in New York in October.
Imported also streamed the event live. This was the big apple's chance
to see a top-notch DJ who has been mixing music since before electricity
Here's a great summary from the table of contents:
"This digital DJ software package makes it so damn easy to mix tracks
that anyone who buys it is destined to be a star -- we promise."
Read the full Remix Magazine review here.
We've just released Propaganda 1.0, a new product
which can create high-quality podcast shows with a minimum of effort.
Propaganda lets you record or import voice, music, sound effects & other
audio sources, reorder and edit clips on a timeline, and mix voice
recordings over background music for commercial-quality results. When
your show is complete, simply click the Publish button to upload a
completed podcast to your web site, with full RSS, XML and HTML support.
There's more information on the new Propaganda website at
Calling it "a great package" and "a more intuitive
system," International DJ magazine awards a 5-star rating to MixMeister
Pro 5. Clearly the iDJ editors "get" the product and understand
what makes it so powerful and so unique. Read the review at
We've recently released a simple but powerful
software program called MixMeister BPM Analyzer, and we're giving it
away for free. It's not a trial, it's not a "lite" version, but a
fully-functional tool for DJs. If you're an existing MixMeister
customer, you won't have any need to use this program yourself, but
you're welcome to distribute this tool to friends and colleagues if
We've designed this as a "one-trick pony," meaning it does one thing and
does it extremely well, to give users a taste of some of the advanced
technology available in our MixMeister line of mixing software. It can
automatically detect very precise BPM counts for any song in WAV, MP3
and WMA formats and display the results on-screen. It updates the tag
information embedded in digital music files, and users can even print
BPM reports for an entire music collection or export this information to
Excel, so it can be a great help to any DJ regardless of what software
they might use. It can also be useful for song selection even if a DJ is
only mixing vinyl or CDs (provided that he has a digital copy of his
songs on a PC for BPM Analyzer to read).
DJs can download a copy at no charge from
www.mixmeister.com/download.htm. You can use and distribute
MixMeister BPM Analyzer completely free of charge for non-commercial
Mark from Camelot Sound contributes an overview of
how to mix harmonically (by key, that is) in this user-submitted
tutorial. Thanks, Mark!
Read it at
Computer Power User magazine (a.k.a. CPU)
writes up MixMeister Express, saying, "Express is plenty powerful for
Read the full review here.