Mixonset Support: FAQ
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Basics of Smart Mix
Why is there a purple dot, and when does it show?
The purple dot shows when the song transitions without skipping a beat to the next. The purple dot hides all the complicated DJ stuff we do with AI. Once the purple loading circle is completed, the purple dot will show.
Will the transition come sooner if I skip to it?
No it will not. Since it takes Mixonset a while to analyze the song to create the purple dot for the song transition, skipping to the end will not make the transition come sooner. The songs may not even mix in time.
If you want transitions to come sooner, instead select Highlight mode at the bottom right corner. That ensures that shorter highlights of tracks get played.
Can I change when the transitions happen?
Yes! Simply drag the purple dot to where you want the transition to happen, and your AI DJ will optimize the mix to happen at that part of the track. Apart from that, Mixonset can give you a set of ideal transition points in the form of white dots, and you can easily drag the purple dot to any of them.
You can also use Highlight Mode to preset the song length.
What does Highlight Mode do?
Highlight mode to preset how long you want each transition to last:
Highlight Mode on: presets the transition to happen earlier in the track.
Highlight Mode off: presets the transition to happen towards the end of the track.
Discover and Curate
What decides the queue?
Mixonset’s proprietary Smart Queue is intelligently curated by our AI DJ. This is how it works:
1. The AI figures out the beats per minute (BPM) of each track to beat match all the songs in the queue.
2. The AI arranges the tracks based on energy level so that there would not be jarring moments.
3. Your tracks are now Smart Queued for more seamless lean-back listening, empowering your Smart Mix to work with smoother DJ transitions.
How to edit my queue?
Easy. To add songs to the queue, click the ‘Add Song’ icon on the top right of the Playlist screen. To remove songs from the queue, simply swipe the song to the left on the Playlist screen until the ‘Delete’ button appears, then click on it. We personally like to use ‘Edit mode’ (the Pencil Icon at the bottom right of the Queue page) to curate our mixes with more finesse.
Pro Tip: Use Display Features (the Eye Icon at the bottom left of the Queue page) to see the BPM or Energy of your queue for more precise manual curation.
How do music filters work?
Just go to the playlist page and select the filter button. Once there, you’ll see the different music filters that will uniquely curate your queue into whatever shape or form you want. The music filters range from beats per minute (BPM), energy level, recent songs, and explicit tracks.
Can I play my playlist in the same specific order?
Yes you can. Just click the downward arrow next to the Smart Mix button. Afterwards, simply select “Mix in this order” to play your music in the same order that it’s been manually curated.
Can I order my playlist by a specific order before I play it?
Yes. On the playlist page, scroll a little bit downwards to reveal a search bar. On the right of the search bar, you can order your playlist by BPM, Energy, Earliest, Most recent, and more.
Compatible Music Sources
TIDAL: With a paid TIDAL subscription, you can mix any of TIDAL’s 60 million songs up to HiFi audio quality. Instantly sync all of your TIDAL music: Liked songs, playlists, artists, albums, and songs.
Spotify: With a paid Spotify subscription, you can mix any of Spotify’s 50 million songs. Instantly sync all of your Spotify music: Liked songs, playlists, artists, albums, and songs.
Local Music Library: Mixonset is also capable of playing MP3 audio files downloaded to your mobile phone. Please note that Apple Music is currently not supported by Mixonset.
iOS: Mixonset is available for install on the App Store for iOS devices, such as iPhones and iPads.
MacOS: Mixonset works with the latest Apple Silicon Macbook (with the M1 chip), and is available for install under the results for iPhone and iPad apps when you search for Mixonset.
How to get Mixonset on MacOS?
Older Macs and MacBooks: You can connect your iPhone or iPad with Mixonset to the Mac, and play Mixonset on your iPhone through the Mac speaker. The way to do this is by using QuickTime:
QuickTime: Open QuickTime Player (from Applications) -> click File (in the top menu) -> New Audio Recording -> click dropdown menu (next to the red recording button) -> select your iPhone as Microphone
Can I play Mixonset on local devices, not just iPhone?
There are many options to use Mixonset for many speakers/devices:
Airplay: the best option for new smart speakers/Sonos/TVs/cars. Simply pull down the “Access Control Center” from top right corner on your iPhone, and tap the Airplay icon on the top right of the small music player to open up the options. Then your devices should show up there when they are connected to the same Wifi as your iPhone.
Screen Mirroring: works similarly as Airplay for both video/audio when your iPhone/devices support it. Also located in the Access Control Center.
AUX cord: Despite being taken away from newer iPhones, the AUX is still commonly available on many speakers/TVs/cars, so all you need is a lightning to AUX dongle.
Bluetooth: Is widely available across many types of speakers/TVs/cars
How to cancel Mixonset Pro
We’re sorry to see you go! Keep in mind that you can always get free Mixonset Pro by inviting your friends to join the party to use Mixonset Pro. Cancelling Mixonset Pro is simple. Just follow these steps:
- Open the Settings app and tap on your name at the top.
- Tap the “Subscriptions” option
- Tap on Mixonset: Mashup Your Playlist which is under Active subscription.
- Now tap on Cancel. (Note that if you don’t see a “Cancel Subscription” button for Mixonset, then it’s already canceled and will not renew anymore).
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