Numark iPad DJ Station
Following on the iPod DJ Station, Numark will introduce the iPad DJ Station soon.
iDJ is a hardware workstation in which you slip your iPad in, connect and everything is taken care of automatically. You can add, edit, record and mix whatever you want, according to Numark. You will be able to record a piano, guitar and pretty much every other instrument from the iPad with any app and then add them to your creation.
When you feel you are done, mix it down, do some cross fades and voila. You even have those virtual turntables to play around with. Numark promises compatible softwares such as Garage Band and other apps.
NOTE: The picture is a design student concept piece and has nothing to do with Numark - stay tuned for more info.
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