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Mixel.cc – Create Collages On Your Ipad

Mixel is a new iPad app that might as well end up creating a whole new art form. It lets you put together collages with images from your HD, your own Facebook account and from Bing searches. You can mix images in all the ways you want, you can crop them and resize them, you can rotate them and chop them in half. And when you’re finished, your collage will go live for everybody else to see it. And (this is the interesting bit),...

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MyDjSpace.com – Like MySpace For DJs

A new platform for the promotion and consumption of electronic music, MyDjSpace is all the more remarkable because there are no other sites that play out the promotional role it plays to this very same extent. On this site, DJs can make their mixes and remixes widely available, and people can listen to these by using a slick online player. All the newest music is highlighted on the homepage, and so are featured artists. Plus, more...

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LetsMix.com – For Aspiring DJs Everywhere

As you can tell by the title of the review and by the name of the site itself, this is one resource aimed at a very specific audience: DJs . The Let’s Mix website is a new spot where they can meet up, socialize and share their latest creations both with peers and with people that happen to be passing by. I suppose that the vast majority of people who are reading this already own an app or the other for mixing and remixing songs. But...

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TurnTubeList.com – An Excellent Tool For Aspiring DJs

The days in which being a DJ was limited by the contacts that you had and who could supply you with enough records to scratch are long gone. If you refuse to believe it just giving a brief glance to this site would prove it for good. In principle, it is a kind of mixing board that takes YouTube videos at the starting point. It will let you have your way with them, and cross-fade them at will. You will be capable of coming up with your...

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RjDj.me – Music That Changes Every Time You Play It

If there is something iPhones are known to do, that is to push the boundaries of what we expect and we demand from absolutely everything. Is it fair to expect them to revolutionize the way we enjoy music? After having tried out this service, it seems the answer is going to be an affirmative one. You see, RjDj is a purveyor of iPhone apps that champion what is called “reactive music”. In case you wonder what that is, it suffices to say...

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