TubeMix is an audio software application developed to help users mix their favorite YouTube videos and MP3 audio files from a dual deck.
It sports a clean and intuitive layout that gives you the possibility to create a new playlist by providing details about the filename and saving directory. The playlist is saved by default to XML file format and you can upload it later in your projects.
TubeMix allows you to insert audio files from your computer by specifying the directory where they are stored, and add YouTube videos by entering information about the video ID, title, and duration.
What’s more, you can create multiple playlists, rename or delete them, and add YouTube videos or songs from your computer to selected playlist.
From the dual deck you can play, pause, or stop the current audio selection, adjust the volume for each song, go to the next or previous file, seek for a position in the audio streams, alter the master volume, as well as apply cross fading options.
Other important features worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to switch the A or B deck to a full screen mode, change the playing speed, and import your playlist from YouTube by specifying the username and password.
Last but not least, you can launch a search operation on YouTube via your default web browser, add and configure plugins, and set up the network parameters.
During our testing we have noticed that TubeMix carries out a task quickly and provides good audio quality. It is quite friendly with system resources, so the overall performance of the computer is not burdened.
As a conclusion, TubeMix seems to be the right choice in case you are looking for a simple-to-use audio mixing software that bundles only a few parameters to tinker with.
It cannot compete with other powerful utilities on the market, as it lacks support for advanced functions, such as an automatic mixing mode, BPM detection, recording functions, and special audio effects (e.g. echo, flanger), just to name a few suggestions.