Mixvibes has announced that its popular Remixlive app is now available to PC users. A surprise hit of 2016, Remixlive is kind of a stripped down pad-based groovebox, letting anyone easily trigger samples to make music instantly, using the seven supplied high-quality sample packs.
The iOS version was launched earlier this year to wide acclaim, and the more complex Mac version (updated today to 1.2), has now been joined by a PC version. The PC version takes advantage of Windows touchscreen devices allowing the on-screen pads to be played in the same way as on iOS, although for both the Mac and PC versions, Mixvibes recommends the use of a pad controller.
It is now possible to import and export samples between all platforms, and other improvements in the brand-new PC and improved Mac versions include the ability to adjust BPM of individual samples, timestretching, and improved envelope editing.
Remixlive offers a great way for DJs and those interested in music production to skip the learning curve and jump straight in, and it's a lot of fun too. With the release of a PC version, Mixvibes has opened it to a whole new audience. Now, how long until the Android version?
For PC and Mac is currently priced at US$29.99 instead of the usual US$69.99, and is available now from here. Remixlive for iOS is currently free, and available here.