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Algoriddim Teases Upcoming Djay Update With New Video And Huge Discounts

Algoriddim Teases Upcoming Djay Update With New Video And Huge Discounts

July 11, 2013
Algoriddim is putting the finishing touches on a significant update to its popular line of djay apps for iOS. Version 2.0 promises to include many new features. For now, we’re left with a 16 second teaser released earlier today, July 11. Take a look:

First released for iPad in 2010, the app is one of the best selling DJ mixing apps in the App Store. It is also available for iPhone and Mac. Current features include:
  • Direct access to music library on your iPad
  • Hyper-realistic low-latency turntable interface
  • Automix mode
  • Automatic beat and tempo matching (BPM sync)
  • Audio FX: Flanger, Phaser, Echo, Gate, Bit Crusher, Filter (High Pass, Low Pass)
  • Looping: Auto, Manual, and Bounce
  • Cue Point Trigger
  • Live Recording
  • Pre-Cueing with headphones (using optional Griffin DJ Cable)
  • High-quality scratching
  • Pitch-Bend
  • Mixer, tempo, and EQ controls
  •  iCloud integration
  • AirPlay integration
  • Support for Numark's iDJ Live MIDI Controller
  • Support for all major audio formats including MP3, AAC, WAV, AIFF (no support for DRM protected songs)
  • Fully optimized for iOS multitasking and background operation
Last year, Algoriddim launched vjay for both iPhone and iPad. The app allows novices and pros alike to create, edit, and share video mash-ups with user-generated or professionally produced content. To celebrate the impending release of djay 2.0, Algoriddium is offering both iOS versions at a discount. For a limited time djay for iPad is $4.99, while djay for iPhone is just $0.99. We’re in the process of looking at the latest version of djay. We’ll have more to say about it in the coming days. In the meantime, download djay and djay for iPhone here. See also: Get The Party Started With These DJ Apps For The iPadGet The Party Started With Vjay For iPad, and It's Amazing, As Entertainment Weekly App Now Offers Retina Display Support.

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