New music organisation app MIXO, which allows users to manage playlists across multiple devices, has just launched.
Revolutionising how DJs and listeners can sync across multiple libraries, the app allows users to pair with their preferred storage platform such as Dropbox or Google Drive.
DJs can prepare for sets on MIXO by editing tracks, updating playlists, and adding cue points via the app which automatically syncs across devices.
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For DJs, the app includes waveforms, beat-grid editing, hot cues, loops, and more to help structure sets.
The download options make this even easier as users can manage their music on the go, therefore, allowing them to plan sets or edit existing playlists on their phone
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Finer details include the option to add star ratings to individual tracks as well as the option to add comments.
Also available as a desktop application, MIXO allows users to import and export between Serato, TRAKTOR, Rekordbox, Virtual DJ and more.
MIXO is built with a team of DJs who “understand the importance of effective library management and preparation for any DJ”.
The mission behind MIXO is to make library management “simple, efficient, and relevant.”
In a statement to Mixmag, MIXO explain: “We’re incredibly proud of what we’ve accomplished so far, but this is just the beginning. We remain committed to creating an innovative and dynamic platform that will continue to transform the DJ workflow for years to come.”
Download MIXO for free here with MIXO:GOLD subscriptions prices at $7/month (£5) with a seven day free trial.
Watch a introduction to MIXO below.
Written by: Tim Hopkins