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OpenDJMix

OpenDJMix is a virtual DJ system which allows you to mix MP3 files and audio CD tracks. It consists of a C++ API that manages a virtual sound bus with its I/O and a Qt GUI that enables a user to mix 4 MP3 or audio CD tracks. The API has been designed to be used in all multitrack sound tools.

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  •  21 Jul 2010 10:29

    Release Notes: Tone filters were added. More xscreensaver modules were added. Memory leaks were fixed. A desktop entry was added.

    •  05 Feb 2010 00:00

      Release Notes: A major bug that crashed OpenDJMix is removed. The crash occurred when a user loaded a song without any database information available.

      •  01 Feb 2010 22:29

        Release Notes: Quizz was added for playing with your friends. BPM synchronisation was added with the Keylock button on Numark TotalControl. The "tick" sound when speed changes was removed. A bug that prevented volume from being applied on the headphone output was fixed.

        •  18 Nov 2009 23:19

          Release Notes: The ALSA driver has been rewritten and now supports MMAP mode. A Portaudio driver has been added. Many bugs and memory leaks have been fixed. A visual module has been added that manages some xscreensavers for showing them onto the dance floor.

          •  24 Jun 2009 21:44

            Release Notes: Improved performance: it will consume less CPU and have better latency. The Pan FX numark turntable control has been added. A bug in the "VuMeter" widget, which didn't initialize the variable value to 0, has been fixed. A splitter has been added between the directory view and files view in the explorer widget. There is a real-time LCD BPM update (change when the playing cursor changes sections). A "Gain" button (with TotalControl button support) has been added.

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