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DJ A Wedding With Linux: A Review Of Mixxx

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I thought, what if I can’t find anything for Linux? My machine doesn’t have a Windows partition and I’m sure as hell not rearranging my hard drive for one catastrophic evening. Then I found Mixx, and anxiety set in again.

I resigned myself to the fact that this is the only serious DJ software out there for Linux, and if it doesn’t work well, is unstable, etc., then I am supremely screwed. There could not possibly be anything more embarrassing than having your DJ app crash in the middle of The Electric Slide.

And now, I will make no secret that the review you are about to read is probably the most glowing review I’ve ever written about a piece of software. So, let’s get to it!

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