C# .NET Developer for Mixed In Key music software in…
Mixed In Key - Miami, FL

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Here is our website: MixedInKey.com

We create software used by the world's best DJs and producers. We have several new products in the pipeline, and we want to expand our Windows team.

We're looking for a developer who understands both design and development. Your job will be to create desktop software in WPF / C# that has custom UIs like this:


Here are some of the challenges we solved recently:
Figuring out how to analyze 250,000,000 MP3 and WAV files by having a multi-threaded desktop client scan the file and upload a digital thumbprint to an online server

Display the audio wave in the UI with color overlays and playback functionality like an audio editor

Play 10 audio tracks simultaneously, synced on the beat

Here’s what we are looking for:
1) You must have launched at least one product written in WPF that we can buy. Alternatively, show us a well-written freeware application. We're looking for experts in Windows UI development using C#, and your skills must be proven by previous experience. Open Source contributions and Stack Overflow reputation a huge plus.

2) You are prepared to work on software that rivals Photoshop and iTunes in terms of complexity.

3) It’s an extra bonus for us if you understand DirectShow, C++, have Photoshop/art/design experience, and can do audio DSP development. If you have any of the skills above, please mention them. Extra bonus if you're comfortable with web-based development as well.

We’re hiring for a minimum of 3 days per week and a maximum of full-time. We are based in Miami Beach, but our developers live all over the world – in the UK, in the Netherlands, and across the US. We encourage developers to have interesting side projects.

You can telecommute and work on your own schedule.
Our stack on Windows is: C#, .NET, WPF with WCF-based services. The UI work is done in Photoshop and converted to XAML.