If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at remixing your favorite tracks then Crossfader might be the app for you. Having raised $3million the app turns anybody into a DJ, no experience necessary, allowing them to share their work with people around the world.
If you’re curious about the quality of the music remixed on Crossfader, you can spend literally hours scrolling through the endless mashups created by surprisingly talented so called amateurs. Just as Instagram created celebrities out of its most talented contributors, Crossfader could do the same for music, giving anyone the chance showcase their creations to the masses.
Crossfader is just one of many apps to come out of DJZ, a team attempting to bridge the gap between electronic music fans and professional DJs. Founded in 2012, the group of DJs, engineers, designers, writers, and tastemakers are building a mobile and web experience for passionate music fans. Other apps include DJ FACE, allowing you to make your alter ego DJ face, and the web app Trapify, to help you turn text into trap text.Follow @thewhitelister