New version of DJay Pro integrates Spotify
With an overhauled interface and improved music library access, Alogriddim have launched the next generation of DJay Pro
The two most important elements for any DJ are an efficient control surface and streamlined access to his or hers music library. In this latest version of DJay Pro, Algoriddim have addressed how these two concerns have evolved in recent years. In particular, they have looked at how DJs access their musical content and therefore have integrated direct access to cloud content from Spotify, which can be seamlessly integrated with local files from an iTunes library. Although, it should be noted that it's not possible to import DRM protected music from iCloud.
Algoriddim have also improved upon their already successful interface, featuring 4 virtual turntables, horizontally and vertically colored waveform views, along with integrated FX racks, a live sampler and drum pads. With 64 bit processing built-in, a host of audio effects and processors come with the software, but users can also use their own AU plugins for more personalized effects.
Djay Pro has some other handy features as well, such as BPM synching and key matching. BPM-synch and beat matching functions allow for the seamless merging of two tracks on the fly, while Key Matching automatically detects a song's key, organizes the entire music library by key and even allows the user to transpose the key of one track to match that of another.
DJay Pro also supports full hardware integration, with over 50 MIDI controllable parameters. It's also fully compatible with most USB interfaces, allowing the user to monitor directly on headphones while delivering playback to the monitors or the house system with the highest quality.
DJay Pro is currently available from the Mac App store at an introductory price of $49.99. For full details and specifications, visit www.algoriddim.com.
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