Some who come from the Windows world will know other software for these purposes, that of making mixes as if it were a DJ. An example is the famous Virtual Dj, among others, but in GNU / Linux there are also alternatives for this type of program, an example of which is Mixxx. Now we can count on the new Mixxx 2.0 version to make our musical compositions, mixing tracks, adding effects, playing with the equalizer, etc. all from a complete and pleasant interface that can be "dressed up" to our liking thanks to the available skins.
More than two years of development to announce Mixxx 2.0, the new version that puts the icing on the cake after a decade of hard development work since the project began. Much has improved and changed Mixxx since its inception. With this new release, a product has been put on the table that could represent a turning point, a before and after in the history of this software.
Now it works to try release versions faster and not letting so much time pass between one launch and another. But the best thing is that we already have this version with many improvements, new features and corrections. For Mixxx 2.1, the developers have mapped out a development path that involves rewriting all audio file decoders and improving driver support.
In Mixxx 2.0 you can see some interesting improvements, such as support for adaptive themes, new effects, and multitude of novelties more that you can fully appreciate on the official website of the project www.mixxx.org. And if you use the special distro for musicians known as Ardor, surely you have already had contact with this program. Otherwise we encourage you to make your own mixes of your favorite songs with this fantastic mixing software.