Yup, DJ Player now lets you load music, playlists, albums, charts, and other selections from Deezer. The popular French music streaming service currently has more than 20 million licensed tracks. So, by all means, knock yourself and your audiences out.
Note that DJ Player’s Deezer integration requires a Deezer Premium+ account. Deezer is available in 182 countries, not including the U.S, unfortunately.
As for the app’s other major new addition, DJ Player now lets you record the master signal when the internal mixer is enabled. When recording, you have the option to proceed automatically or to choose from five present formats in the app’s settings.
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As mentioned, the update also includes miscellaneous improvements, which are enumerated below:
- Effects moved to post-fader.
- Waveform display is continuously visible with 60 Hz. Smoother than most laptop DJ software, while not using the CPU or battery more than before.
- Filter for track listings.
- Toggle A/B for track library.
- Drastically reduced memory usage for iPad 1 stability.
- New settings: reset tempo fader on track load, maximum cache size, first DVS USB channel, no eject if deck is playing, hide music in cloud.
- Jumping doesn’t quit auto loop mode, but creates a new loop from the new position with the same beat length.
- DVS-related bug fixes.
DJ Player used to be a paid app that went for as much as $49.99. But in late November last year, the app went free. And it’s been free ever since. However, it offers a $19.99 in-app purchase for removing all ads and nags. Additionally, it offers a $1.99 in-app purchase for custom background and DVS.