Once they get the bit between their teeth, there’s no stopping Mixvibes. Having thrown themselves at the producer and performer market with Remixlive for iOS, they then set about delivering the same experience to other platforms. And with the Mac and PC platforms fulfilled, it’s now the turn of Android.
We’ve been here a few times so let’s just get on with the PR:
Mixvibes introduces Remixlive for Android, an intuitive and complete loop-playing app.
Mixvibes launches the Android version of Remixlive, a grid where each pad is an instrument loop – drums, bass, melodies – that you combine to jam on your Android device. Remixlive is now available on all major platforms, just like Mixvibes’ flagship product Cross DJ.
Remixlive Android, in short.
The loops you launch play automatically in sync, thus Remixlive can help you to make your first tracks without much prior experience. For those already making music, the app is a second software to sketch ideas when you are away from your DAW – or when you want to jam with friends. It has a full-fledged mixer, professional audio effects, powerful time-stretching capabilities, a Sample Editor, the possibility to record live input and much more!
Outstanding audio performance
Building on Mixvibes’ 15 years of audio expertise, Remixlive for Android stretches the boundaries of audio on Android. Its audio engine is equivalent to its iOS counterpart. With its low latency, music instantly reacts to your actions. To test how good it is, try any audio FX or simply fire up a pad whose play mode is set to Gate.
Optimized for Android
Making music on a small screen can be tricky. That’s why Remixlive:
has a 6×4 grid on mobiles, 8×6 on tablets ;
scales harmoniously depending on your device ;
follows Google material design guidelines and has a modern, clean UI.
Enhanced BPM control
Remixlive detects the BPM of your samples accurately thanks to its advanced algorithm. Import your samples: they all play seamlessly in sync with the Master BPM. You can also change the master BPM in real time and create tempo progressions within your tracks. To end with, Mixvibes introduces a Tap Tempo feature that allows you to tap the desired BPM manually.
Grid: 24 pads on mobile, 48 on phablets & tablets.
48 samples per pack: beats, basslines, melodies, vocals and FX samples.
25 sample packs, ranging from Hip-Hop to Dubstep – and more to come.
Create new packs by mixing and matching samples from existing packs.
Tweak your sound with beat repeat pads and instant FX (Delay, Filter, Flanger, Reverb,etc.)
High-quality EQs and filter, with mute & solo buttons.
Loop your track using the beat-repeat pads.
Live BPM control (time-stretch): change the tempo on the fly without stopping the music.
Tempo tap: tap a beat to adjust the BPM value.
Multiple Mode: play several pads per column simultaneously.
Edit Play mode, Quantize, Gain, ADSR, Pan, Loop Division, Reverse, Transpose.
Import your own samples in WAV, MP3, AAC, Ogg, MP4.
Record any sound or voice through the mic.
Record your performance in high-quality mp4.
Share your recordings via email & SoundCloud, or open them in other apps.
Transpose: raise or lower the tone of your samples.
So that’s all major OS bases covered now. As I’ve said previously, I’m quite a fan of Remixlive because it makes performing simple. It’s the kind of software that you load up to see if this style appeals to you, and for me it does with each passing day. I’ve become more interested in creating collages of loops and samples, and Remixlive does this perfectly without the complexity of DAWs.
Now that Remixlive is on every major platform, I’m looking forward to seeing where this will go. Good work Mixvibes.