Mixvibes aren’t slowing the pace with Cross DJ, and now have two extra controllers mapped on Android, the Pioneer DDJ-SB and the Pioneer DDJ-WeGO2.
With Android L and its promised low latency just around the corner, Mixvibes has been apply a little spit and polish to its groundbreaking Cross DJ for Android. Version 2 brings some interesting new features, but equally heaps the pressure on the rest of the market to bring out their own take on the Android platform.
Mixvibes Cross hits v3.3 and gets an impressive processing bump via 64-bit processing. Workflow-wise, the new Track Match recommendation engine speeds up selecting the next track. And we have an exclusive Easter Egg just for you.
Another week, another reason to talk about Cross DJ on Android… Mixvibes continue their march to dominate Android by working with French phone manufacturer Alcatel and providing a copy of Cross DJ preloaded on their new phone and tablet. Fun fact: My first mobile phone, back in 2001, was an Alcatel (I think mine was […]
While iOS DJing is totally established and flourishing, Android has been slow on the uptake. It’s mainly for technical reasons of course, but Mixvibes has been ploughing on tacking each hurdle and adding key features to Cross DJ for Android. This time it’s MIDI.
Apps and software hooking up with online streaming services is the future. Thus MIxvibes has plumbed Soundcloud right into all of its Cross range.
The new Mixvibes Cross DVS package frees you from the tyranny of manufacturer enforced hardware slavery. Pick your USB device and you’re off.
Mixvibes Cross 1.3 for Android gets an incremental upgrade, but the added features are key to successful digital DJing.
Mixvibes Cross DJ 3.1 is here, and with it comes a bunch of audio and video updates. And readers can enter a competition to win a warm up set in Paris.
While they have a clear road, Mixvibes is marching forward with Cross DJ for Android. V1.2 brings many improvements including external mixing.