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Sep
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Our new video - a mashup of T-Pain and Nine Inch Nails made in real time with Mixblendr.

Jul
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Firefox 3.5 … fast …

Check out Mixblendr on the latest version of Firefox - its FAST. Also, you can now preview tracks by clicking the track name to open FF’s .ogg player.

May
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Mixblendr desktop versions

We’re very excited to announce our alpha release of desktop versions for Mac, Windows, and Linux - check them out on our downloads page!

Apr
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Github repository

Our source code repository is now setup at http://github.com/mixblendr/mixblendr/tree/master

Apr
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Looking for bands and artists …

So we are busy taking Mixblendr to the next level, and we’re looking for bands and artists who’d like to have their music included on the site. Get in touch for details!

Mar
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Developers List

You can now join our developer’s mailing list at google groups here. Our Github repo with the audio application source code will be available very soon, too.

Mar
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Updates

We’ve pushed out a couple of updates in the last few days, fixing a few minor issues. Check out our downloads page for the latest version of the software package, 0.2.2. Also check out initial discussion at laptop rockers, heiruspecs’s blog, and I think this is about us, but my Dutch is rusty. Java Applet voor Audio anyone?

We’re also getting some cool remixes in our Heiruspecs competition - check them out and make your own.

Mar
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Launch

Mixblendr - the first open source audio editing and mixing software for the web - is now live. Check out our remix competition featuring Minneapolis indie hip hoppers Heiruspecs. Create an account, make a remix on the site using our built-in web-based software or your own, and enter the competition. Or, go to the competition entries and listen to some remixes and vote on them.

Bands - you can download our software package and host your own remix competitions featuring your own music on your website. Developers - check out the software package and our github repository (coming soon) for the audio software source files. I’ll be posting updates here, so stay tuned.

- Sandy