Mixed In Key 5.5 Beta
Mixed In Key announced an open beta test of the new version of their software, 5.5.
The new beta version incorporates a new feature designed to help DJs determine the energy level of a track.
Mixed In Key will show you the energy level of your tracks on a scale from 1 to 10. The value tells you how danceable that song is. House music is usually around 6-8. The biggest anthems will be 9-10. Deeper music might be 5.
It’s described as "a way to predict the crowd reaction to a specific track." The software analyzes the rhythm, the bassline and the melody of each track "to give you more insight into your music."
There are a number of smaller bug fixes in this release, as well as support for FLAC and AIFF audio file analysis and a graphics upgrade for users with Apple Retina displays. The new version of Mixed In Key, 5.5 Beta is free to all users with a Mixed In Key 5 VIP code.
This beta is free for all Mixed In Key 5.0 customers.
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