DJ Audio Mixer

A four-deck digital audio mixing tool especially devised for professional DJs.
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DJ Audio Mixer is an excellent digital audio mixing tool especially devised for DJs. This program offers you up to four independent decks, each with its own graphic equalizer. You can equalize each deck independently, using any of the various presets available, and apply basic audio effects such as Echo, Chorus, or Reverb. Volume and pitch fade effects can be applied either manually or automatically, guaranteeing smooth and clean transitions.

To speed up the whole process, tracks can be dragged and dropped directly into the desired deck. Then, you can select a different equalizer preset for each track according to the type of music being played. There are twelve of them, and they cover the most popular music styles, such as Pop, Techno, Classic, Rock, Dance, etc. Of course, you can always set each of the four equalizers manually according to your preferences. You also have six different audio effects that you can apply separately to each track.

Each deck’s volume and pitch controls can be set to work automatically when smoother mixing effects are required. The program will automatically stop the track whenever either volume or pitch reaches zero, or at the end of its playback time (except when the continuous loop option has been checked).

Even though designed specifically for the professional DJs, thanks to its clear and well-designed interface DJ Audio Mixer is a tool that can be used by anyone interested in mixing music.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary


  • Clear and well-designed interface that makes it suitable for any music fan.
  • Good selection of equilizer presets.
  • Smooth transitions with automatic volume and pitch fade effects.


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tannuraj i dont no mix

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slydde With DJ tools aren't you supposed to be able to talk during the music to give messages or hype up the crowd? Or do I miss something? Mixing and DJing are 2 different things.

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