MixMeister software isn't quite like anything else on the
market. It's designed for people who care enough about their music to
refine a mix until it’s perfect, rather than throw everything together
on the fly and hope that it sounds OK. You won't be limited by on-screen
simulations of turntables or CD players, either -- you can "tweak" any part of
your mix creation in a timeline instead. When you've got the mix just
the way you want it, you can play it, burn it to CD, stream it over the
Web, or reshape it in real-time for live performances.
If you've heard great music mixes before and always wished you could
create them yourself, now you can. MixMeister Express puts pro-level
capabilities like automated beat matching and tempo adjustments within
If you're serious about creating mind-blowing mixes, you need MixMeister
Studio. When you can already hear the perfect mix in your head, and just
need a tool to bring it out into the world, Studio can do it.
If you make a living mixing music in front of an audience, MixMeister
Fusion gives you rock-solid performance features and a deep feature set.
Fusion has the precision and power of Studio, plus live performance
controls, dual audio outputs, and more.
If you want to deliver seamless audio and video shows, MixMeister Fusion
+ Video lets you make full-motion, beat-matched video just another part
of your performance, without having to purchase exotic hardware, learn
new software, or manage separate audio and video systems.
the only hardware control surface specifically designed for interaction with and control of MixMeister. All hail the return of the knob... 40 of them, along with 53 buttons, and a big honkin’ jog wheel. Who said DJing with software had to feel like checking your email? MixMeister Control is designed to work like a hardware extension of MixMeister software.
MixMeister BPM Analyzer is a program you can use to determine the exact BPM (beats per minute) of any song.
Do you still have questions about how MixMeister software
works? Maybe you'll benefit from reading
The Cheese Omelet Analogy.