This is article about the Music Mixer application, for only the furni see: Mixer.
The Furni used for access.

This is where the magic happened. Well, on this furni and on the website, that is. Each room had a Music Mixer, where you could create music or burn your songs onto a CD.

Tracks[edit | edit source]

55 different sound bytes could be used to create music. Much like GarageBand, these tracks would snap into specific places for songs to be easily made.

Country[edit | edit source]

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Description: Country 1 Bass Original
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Description: Country 1 Guitar Original
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Description: Country 2 Banjo Original
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Description: Country 2 Bass Original
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Description: Country 2 Beatz Original
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Description: Country 2 Beatz Sequel

Dance[edit | edit source]

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Description: Dance 1 Bass Original
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Description: Dance 1 Beatz Original
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Description: Dance 1 Beatz Sequel
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Description: Dance 2 Effect Original
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Description: Dance 2 Strings Original

Hip Hop[edit | edit source]

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Description: Hip Hop 1 Bass Original
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Description: Hip Hop 1 Beatz Sequel
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Description: Hip Hop 1 Keyboard Original
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Description: Hip Hop 2 Beatz Original
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Description: Hip Hop 1 Bass Original
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Description: Hip Hop 1 Beatz Sequel
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Description: Hip Hop 1 Keyboard Original
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Description: Hip Hop 2 Beatz Original

Latin(o)[edit | edit source]

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Description: Latin(o) 1 Saxophone Original
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Description: Latin(o) 1 Percussion Combo Original
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Description: Latin(o) 2 "Marracas" Original
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Description: Latin(o) 2 Percussion Combo Original
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Description: Latin(o) 2 Piano Original

Miscellaneous[edit | edit source]

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Description: Miscellaneous Bass Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Cowbell Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Eastern Percussion Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Effect Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Fast Scratch Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Funk Guitar Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Harmonica Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Jazz Guitar Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Jazz Trumpet Original
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Description: Miscellaneous "Rachet" Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Shaker Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Spanish Guitar Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Tubular Bells Original
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Description: Miscellaneous Vocal 1
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Description: Miscellaneous Vocal 2
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Description: Miscellaneous Vocal 3
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Description: Miscellaneous Vocal 4

Pop[edit | edit source]

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Description: Pop 1 Keyboard Original
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Description: Pop 1 Vocal Original
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Description: Pop 2 Bass Original
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Description: Pop 2 Beatz Original
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Description: Pop 2 Keyboard Original

Rock[edit | edit source]

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Description: Rock 1 Bass Original
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Description: Rock 1 Beatz Original
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Description: Rock 1 Cymbal Original
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Description: Rock 1 Guitar Original
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Description: Rock 1 Guitar Sequel
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Description: Rock 2 Beatz Original

"Shared"[edit | edit source]

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Description: Shared Crash Original
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Description: Shared Latin(o) Bells Original
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Description: Shared Triangle Original

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Instead of "Latin", the more commonly used genre title, most Latin tracks are called "Latino" in their filename. (Noted as "Latin(o)" above)
  • The term "Beatz" is used very frequently in the naming of some files. This may possibly be a reference to the Hip Hop artist Swizz Beatz.
  • The Music Mixer was recreated by someone called Mark Hughes and released on GitHub. This was announce on the Bring back Coke studios / coke music group on January 11th 2015.
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