For this tutorial, we were joined by DJ Ravine and Mr Bristow to explore Mixed In Key version 10 and discuss why mixing in key is so important.
Mixed In Key 10 has the best key detection in the world. For over fifteen years, Mixed In Key has consistently ranked #1 in key detection accuracy. The latest version is designed to accurately detect the true key of any track, sample or loop. The world’s top DJs and producers rely on Mixed In Key to make their mixes sound perfect. This software is the industry standard for detecting the key of loops and beats and works perfectly in tandem with pitch-correction software like AutoTune. It also writes meta-data to Serato, Traktor, rekordbox and other DJ software.
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During the video, DJ Ravine and Ben Bristow delve into Mixed In Key 10’s new features, showing how the software can automatically generate cue points for your music. In addition, the pair explore the software’s new accurate key detection algorithm, why mixing in key is so important, the basics of the Camelot Wheel and more.
Whether mixing together whole tracks, vocals, or samples, Mixed In Key 10 is the secret weapon for DJs and producers. By providing the most accurate key for mixing, Mixed In Key enables DJs to put together mashups and complex mixes that sound harmonically flawless. The latest version includes a new key detection algorithm, the ability to export cue points to Rekordbox, and a fresh, new interface look for 2021.
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