Which is the best free Windows software for remixing songs?

Osama September 10, 2010

If you are suggesting Audacity, share a link to a complete guide for its use. It simply appears a player to me, all effects buttons are always grey, i.e. not clickable. Suggest me some other free and easy Windows desktop application. Thank you.

  1. Saloambe
    September 11, 2010 at 3:31 pm

    The best software for mixing songs is Traktor and its compatible with Windows.

  2. Thoman
    September 11, 2010 at 9:03 am
  3. Aibek
    September 11, 2010 at 8:23 am
  4. Anonymous
    September 11, 2010 at 6:45 am



    You can also import and edit all sorts of audio files, combine them with others and then export them into new formats. It can import WAV, AIFF, AU, MPEG audi and OGG Vorbis. Then you can export them into WAV, AIFF and even MP3 files. As a note, Audacity does not support WMA, AAC, or other proprietary or restricted formats.


    MP3 remix player: program is not aimed for the professionals, but for the ones who want to add certain effects and twists to their favorite songs.

    UltraMixer:Although the free edition of Ultramixer 2 isn’t as full-featured as Mixxx for example, it does offer an easy way to import your iTunes playlists and start creating live mixes almost straight away

    Kramixer: By default, the program runs in optimized mode which is essentially a core set of features that ensures that there aren’t any sound problems. To get the maximum out of Kramixer, you’ll need to switch to the full-featured mode which turns on all the available effects. This free DJ software program has a good selection of real-time effects such as echo, reverb, low pass, and even a robotic effect that’s great for vocals. It’s also possible to record your mixes as MP3 files.