Mixvibes released the new update of Remixlive bringing an enhanced user experience thanks to iOS 11 optimizations, among them Drag and Drop and file management features (Files app).
More than a simple feature addition, this means a completely new workflow that opens broader creative possibilities for DJs and producers owning hundreds of files.
Building on the momentum of Apple’s new Files app — the much-anticipated counterpart to the MacOS Finder — Drag and Drop provides a simple way to move samples, recordings and packs between Files and Remixlive.
Sounds stored locally or on cloud services can be dragged directly onto the grid, replicating the standard workflow of music production on desktop.
Mixvibes’ DJing app Cross DJ also receives Drag and Drop, adding the option to export looped sections of a track. Cross DJ and Remixlive can thus be combined into a mobile live sampling setup: loop a track in Cross DJ, drag the loop in Remixlive and let the beat drop!
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RELEASE HIGHLIGHTS: Adding iOS 11 full compatibility
Optimized for iOS 11.
Enhanced user experience through Drag and Drop + Files compatibility.
Improved file management with Drag and Drop
Move samples, recordings & packs between Remixlive and Files.
Easily import files stored locally or on cloud services.
A creative inter-app workflow
Export looped sections of tracks played in Cross DJ.
Drag and Drop the loop in Remixlive to remix it.
Pricing & Availability:
Remixlive for iOS is now available for free with In-App Purchases from the App Store.
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