Mixvibes Brings Remixlive To Mac OS X

Mixvibes has introduced Remixlive for Mac OS X, a desktop version of their iOS grid-style sequencing application.

The OS X version adds new features, including a customizable grid, new effects, AU/VST support and more. 


  • A modular pad grid that adapts to any configuration or MIDI pad controller.
  • 6 free sample packs (3 included directly in the app), with 13 more available as In App Purchases.
  • Tweak your sound with instant FX and beat repeat pads.
  • Live BPM control: change the tempo on the fly without stopping the music.
  • Multiple Mode: play several pads per column simultaneously.
  • Edit Play mode, Quantize, Gain, ADSR, Pan, Loop Division, Reverse, Transpose.
  • Import your own samples.
  • Record any sound or voice through the mic or audio in — with an optional overdub.

Mac-specific features:

  • Modular grid: customize the grid size to your liking – up to 10 columns and 10 rows.
  • New effects: Infinite Delay, Low Phaser, Flangus, Jet-Up, Metalizer, Basic Slicer, Fast Gate, Crush, Bliss, Big Bright Hall, Freezer and Reactor.
  • DJM-modeled high-quality EQs.
  • Share recordings via SoundCloud and YouTube.
  • AU/VST version that you can integrate into the DAW of your choice, including Ableton Live, Cubase, GarageBand, and many more.
  • Fully resizable and scalable Retina interface.

MIDI Control:

  • Support for any MIDI controller through MIDI learning. Users can assign any command in the app to their controller using a dedicated simple-to-use interface.
  • No MIDI controller? Control the app using your keyboard.

More supported formats:

  • Import your own samples from the Finder in a variety of formats: WAV, AIFF, MP3, M4a, AAC, FLAC, Ogg, MP4 and WMA are compatible.
  • Higher quality track recording options: WAV, AIFF, FLAC, Ogg.

Pricing and Availability

Remixlive for Mac is available now, with an introductory price of $29.99 (instead of 69.99$).

3 thoughts on “Mixvibes Brings Remixlive To Mac OS X

    1. Alex,

      There is an option in the “Remixlive” item of the menu bar to “Install the VST/AU version”, click on it and it should unpack the versions in the default VST and AU system folders. Then, open Ableton Live and you should see the Remixlive plugin appear.

      I feel like I should point out that the feature will receive a fix very soon to iron out some issues, so you might have to hang tight for a little while (our devs are hard at work on it at the moment, sorry about any inconvenience that may ensue!)

      Alex @Mixvibes

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