What are the best apps to mix songs together?

Mashups are a really popular trend some years ago and many are still having a lot of fun to mix songs to create many interesting combinations. Have a look at this list of some apps to help you create your own mashup songs.

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    #1edjing Mix

    edjing Mix

    edjing Mix is a free iOS app useful for remixing tracks from iTunes, Spotify, and SoundCloud with different DJ features and effects. It also supports MIDI controllers and is compatible with either standard or timecoded vinyl.


    Android, iOS

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Lu Gong
    Written on October 27, 2017
    "I can't wait to try this app! It has tons of high ratings and is overall very popular. It is exactly what I'm looking for - a way to remix favorite songs! I can't wait to download it and try it out!"
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    #2djay LE

    djay LE

    djay LE lets you create mixes and playlist and add it audio effects like echo, flanger and much more. With this app, you can produce original mixes for your parties. 




    Paul Stevens
    Written on November 8, 2017
    "This is the app you need if you don't have your own mix table and you've been looking for a way to customize your tunes. Really, even if you do own one, this app cannot be beat in terms of convenience and portability, as well as functionality for an app of its kind."
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    #3Micro DJ

    Micro DJ

    Micro DJ is a free app for mixing music in your mobile phone. You can add effects, edit tempo or speed, and change a female voice to a male voice. The app lets you export in MP3 and share it on social networks.



    Free- with in-app purchases

    Kathryn Boyd
    Written on November 14, 2017
    "Micro DJ is a decent enough app for mixing songs. It does have it's hang ups though. It has a terrible habit of freezing and the layout is not very pleasing to the eye. But, if you're just looking for a basic, free mixer, there are worse one's out there."


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But in the event of innovation in technology nowadays, it is pretty much easier to create and/or mix songs. You just need to know how to mix songs together, or what music mix app to use to create one. If you own a smartphone, there’s a lot of apps to mix songs together, whether you are using Android or iOS. There are also a lot of available song mixer apps that you can download so you can start your own brand of music. Or if you want the same kind of music that Herbert produces, then you have to use a good microphone and the digital audio workstation (DAW) of your choice.

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    Figure is an app to create music in a few seconds with smartphones. Users can share creations on Allihoopa, the social platform for musicians, as well as see others creations and exchange ideas. 




    Devansh Gupta
    Written on April 4, 2018
    "You can make some sick beats with this app. I downloaded Figure a few days ago and I'm impressed with how easy it was to pick up. Solid interface, it looks good. It runs good on my phone too. I wouldn't have expected something like this on my phone, I've wanted to mess with some song making software on my computer but this is so much more convenient."
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    #5Traktor DJ

    Traktor DJ

    Traktor DJ has integration for plug and play and Audiobus. Its intelligent browser recommends songs based on complementing tempo and key. Other features include 8 built-in professional DJ effects and a 3-band equalizer and filter per channel.



    $1.99- with in-app purchases

    Daniel Castro
    Written on October 4, 2018
    "I aspire to be an on-call dj and this helps me start by mixing songs and aadding some effects. The mixer is working just fine, not the best for begginners but you'll get used to it. "
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    #6Cross DJ Pro

    Cross DJ Pro

    Cross DJ Pro an iOS app for mixing music. It supports various formats like MP3, AAC or AIFF and has a 3-band mixer. Also, users can share your mixes directly to SoundCloud, Facebook, and Twitter. 




    Bobby Hughes
    Written on November 1, 2017
    "A great powerful program for mixing music and making remixes. This is a great app that can be used by pros or people just looking to try their hand at making a remix. You can do all kinds of things with this program."
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    Jibble is an app for musicians. It is a community where musicians can share their creations. The app lets you listen to a someone's song and play your music over it in order to create a new song.




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    Pacemaker is a free, award-winning DJing app for devices with iOS operating systems. It has an AI that helps users remix playlist or tracks from Spotify or iTunes. Users can also buy effects such as white noise, 8-bit, etc. inside the application.



    Free- with in-app purchases

    Wei Hu
    Written on October 4, 2018
    "Anybody who wants to listen to the mixtapes I made?? I use my spotify premium subscription for it. :) "


Best What are the best apps to mix songs together
1edjing MixApps -2 Free
2djay LEApps -3 Free
3Micro DJ Apps -4 Free
4FigureApps -4 Free
5Traktor DJApps -5 Paid
6Cross DJ ProApps -5 Paid
7Jibble Apps -5 Free
8PacemakerApps -6 Free

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