The more I look at Mixtikl, and it is only day 2 for me, the more I agree with Tim Cole that it is a bit of a Tardis (bigger on the inside).
In many ways that’s a good description for Mixtikl, as there is so much in this suite it is difficult to know where to start.
Having said that, the most obvious place to start is the first app, and that’s called “Remixer”. In many ways this app is quite simple, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t capable of quite complex activity, it just hides it well.
Remixer allows you to take loops from a Pak or Tiklpak and use it to start mixing. Sounds simple for now, but then you can record your mix automation and save the whole thing as a file and write it out to a ringtone.
Remixer has four effects slots and separate EQ. Each of the 12 mix buttons can be volume and pan controlled, and you can even record from your device’s onboard mic.
At one level I can see this app being a great user entry point to Mixtikl, and I also can see it having appeal to anyone who want to start laying down a few loops on their phone. But it is capable of much more and I’ll come to that soon.
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