Heads up to all music lovers who like to play around with making and mixing music!
Surely, we’re not the only people who like to create and listen to mashups. Songs these days are already groovy but there are many ways you can make it even funkier. If you think you need to have those expensive midi mixers or turntable mods to create wonderful mixes, you’re wrong. Be the life of the party or simply make your own mishmash with Android DJ mixer apps. Whether you’re an amateur, a professional, or a hobbyist, these free music mixer apps will awaken the Barden Bella’s Beca Mitchell in you.
There are a lot of music mixer apps available on the Google Play Store. With all those choices readily available, what are the best music mixer apps and how do you choose which is the best for you?
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We’ve pulled five different DJ mixing apps and music editors which you can make use of. But before we make the drop, let’s dig in a little on how to use these music mixing apps.
How to Use Music Mixer Apps?
Each music mixer app has a distinct feature that you can play around with. Generally, Android users need to choose among the hundreds available on the Play Store, download, install, and explore the features that it has to offer. Pair it with the best android headphones/earphones/earbuds and start adding beats, sound distortions and do alterations to your heart’s content.
Music mixer apps are both fun and edgy but looking for the best among the many can be tricky. Check out our list of the best free music mixer and music editor available on Google Play Store. Pick one (or all) and get ready to fill your playlist.
Best Music Mixer Apps
1. Edjing Mix – Free with In-app Purchases
The best DJ app for 4 consecutive years (2013-2016) tops our list with an astounding 10 million plus installs.
Edjing Mix is revamped and offers its users the best performance level there is. It is like having a professional DJ software straight from your mobile phone. Do a mash-up of millions of songs straight from your local sound files to your SoundCloud and Deezer accounts.
Edjing Mix has more than 20 FX and features that you can toy around with. It also has an all-new sampler which gives you access to 16 free samples like gunshot, siren, kick, etc. It automatically detects the BPM for your songs that you can manually adjust, should you see fit.
Fancy integrating this app with Mixfader? Mixfader acts as your crossfader for scratching by simply giving permission to this app to activate your Bluetooth and location. Plus, the new Edjing Mix can also make remix songs straight from your Android Wear!
2. DiscDj 3D Music Player – Free with In-app Purchases
DiscDj 3D Music Player is fancy, cool and can be used in a 3D user interface.
This app lets you play continuous music from one turntable/deck to another without breaks. Alternatively, you can also use any of the turntables/decks as a normal player. It also has a central control where you can easily access the play/pause/rewind/forward buttons and an automatic crossfade with an adjustable timer.
Create beautiful mixes with its 10-band equalizer, 17 built-in presets, and 4 samplers that can give you precise control over your songs. You can even record your creations.
3. Cross DJ Free – Mix your music – Free with In-app Purchases
Cross DJ is another DJing app that’s packed with style and substance.
You can mix tracks from both your library and SoundCloud using the free version of the app. Recording, however, is still locked behind a paywall. You can either buy the Pro version for $4.99 to get all of the app’s available features, or purchase pieces that you want individually.
Using Cross DJ’s free version will let you have a 3-band equalizer, two turntables, and twelve sample banks with the additional function to record your own creation. If you don’t mind ads running in the app, and don’t want recordings of your mixes, this is one of the best free DJ apps on the market.
4. Music Maker JAM – Free with In-app Purchases
Google Play Store’s editor’s choice, Music Maker JAM offers a wide range of genres with studio-quality loops and beats that you can share instantly with other users all over the world. It follows the steps of Edjng Mix with over 10 millions of installs.
Music Maker Jam features multiple samplers, more than 10 free mix packs and over 2,000 loops that you can use. This app can flawlessly edit song structures and mixtures as well. You can even remix your songs with a simple shake of your device and record your own vocals.
This app isn’t technically a DJ app for mixing music, but you could help create the music you want to mix.
5. Music Editor – Free with In-app Purchases
This app isn’t also about DJing but it does combine music flawlessly.
Music Editor lets you cut and trim your songs and combine them together to create your very own mix. You can use your creations as a whole song or a ringtone. You can choose your songs through a folder browser and trim as you see fit by simply dragging the slider. Music Editor will also convert your music into another format if you wish to.
Music Editor’s clean user interface is easy to use and refreshing in the eyes.
Drop the Beat!
Mixing music, whether it’s a pastime or a career, is a challenging and enjoyable activity. Of course, everyone is a professional at it, but it’s always fun to listen to your own creations.
If you are one of the many who loves experimenting with songs, make use of these free music mixer apps which are readily available on the Play Store. There is no stopping you from unleashing your inner creative soul.
Do you have any interest in DJing? Are you pro? Have you used any of the DJ music apps listed above? We’d love to know what your favorite music mixer app is. Share it with us in the comments section below!