VirtualDJ Alternatives for Linux
Mixxx integrates the tools DJs need to perform creative live mixes with digital music files.
- - Mixxx is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to VirtualDJ.
- - Mixxx is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to VirtualDJ.
Comments about Mixxx as a Alternative to VirtualDJ
It's open source, have native support for Linux4
It's free but includes many advanced features and is under active development.2
not similar at all, poorly designed and the pads and jogwheels are missing0
pads and jogwheels missing0
Simpler interface, but much more powerful5
BpmDj is a program that can be used to DJ. It works under Linux and plays Mp3's/Ogg's. It has a fully automatic BPM counter. It can determine the sound color. It has a full fledged QT based interface. It will help you manage a large amount of songs.
Comments about BpmDj as a Alternative to VirtualDJ
BpmDj isn't an alternative to VirtualDJ. pads, jogwheels and filters missing. also BpmDj is ultra poorly designed.0
MIXO is a cross platform Music Library service that allows DJs to manage their own music on any device with Import & Export options for all the major DJ Performance Software. It syncs in app to Google Drive & Dropbox for use on iOS & Android.
DJPlay aims to be a high class live DJing application for Linux.
DJPlay has a new companion app. Since ID3 support has been greatly expanded in 0.6.0, BPM counts in ID3 tags are now really useful.
Note: DJPlay will not compile with the RedHat patched version of the gcc compile.
TerminatorX is a realtime audio synthesizer. This software allows scratching audio data (wav,ogg,mp3, etc.) the way hiphop-DJs scratch on vinyl records. It features multiple turntables, realtime LADSPA effects, a sequencer and MIDI interface.
Comments about TerminatorX as a Alternative to VirtualDJ
ultra complex, poor user interface, poorly designed and jogwheels and pads are missing0
scarce user interface and no performance pads0