Find answers to frequently asked questions about Mixed In Key.
Windows: Win 7 or higher.
Mac: OS 10.12 or higher
Yes! Mixed In Key 10 is officially supported on M1 computers.
You can recover all your download links and VIP Codes at the Mixed In Key recovery page.
Absolutely. If you have an older version, you can visit this page and click on “Upgrade From An Old Version”. After you enter your email, you will get your special discounted upgrade offer on your email inbox. If you don’t get one, just send us an email at email@example.com and we will help you with that.
You can install Mixed In Key on up to 3 computers as long as they have the same OS (Mac/Windows). If you get one of our bundles such as the DJ or Complete Collection, you will be able to use your licenses on both Mac and Windows.
Yes. Just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a custom upgrade offer based on what you’ve purchased in the past.
Mixed in Key 10 is designed for DJs to find the key, scale, BPM and energy level of full songs. Mixed In Key Studio Edition is designed for producers to find the key and scale or notes of samples, loops, drums, vocals and any other audio to help make their productions sound better and harmonically correct.
Any purchase you make you our website comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee (no questions asked). If you are not satisfied with the product, just send us an email at email@example.com within 30-days of your purchase and we will refund the entire amount back to you.
Yes. Any student from any school can receive an educational discount from us as long as you provide your full name, name of school, web link to school, city/country and your Student ID card.
There are full details to be found here.
Yes. If you have, for example, a Mixed In Key license on Windows, we can cross-grade it to Mac at no cost, and vice-versa. You just need to send us a request on firstname.lastname@example.org with your email address used for the purchase and the VIP Code for your license.
Mixed In Key 10 supports many file types. Here is a breakdown of file support by platform: