A smart MP3 player that also includes automatic mixing capabilities, allowing users to turn their computers into smart jukeboxes
|Version||4.0 Build 85.1|
|Updated||Jan 28th 2019|
Beatlock Technology N/A N/A
|Crack Size||3 MB|
DJ Mix Pro is a simple MP3 player with mixing capabilities. It can be used to create large playlists and to perform beat matching and cross fading between songs. It’s important to state that while mixing the audio files, it does not alter them in any way.
The installation process is smooth, takes very little while and ends with the launch of the program. Unlike most DJ-ing applications that sport a complex and sometimes crowded interface, the GUI of DJ Mix Pro is extremely simple and intuitive.
Its features include Beatlock, which translates into the fact that it automatically detects the BPM of songs, so it easily identifies which ones can be mixed together.
Optionally you can play with the BPM a little, by dividing, shifting or doubling it. Also, you can insert a fade at the beginning and ending of a song, as well as modify its pitch (from -10% to +10% - which is actually very effective).
One disadvantage comes from the fact that moving each slide bar can become frustrating at times, since it requires some good precision if you don't want it to jump back to the initial position.
You can choose between automatic and manual mixing, whatever suits you best. Secondary features include the possibility to display song information, an equalizer and the ability to export the playlist.
The simplicity of DJ Mix Pro Crack is more than obvious, which is why it’s addressed to beginners and home users. Professional DJs might find better assistants in more advanced tools.
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