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Atomix Productions Virtual DJ 7

DJ Software from Atomix Productions .

Public price: $329 incl. VAT

Atomix Productions are working on Virtual DJ 8, but in the meantime they’ve released an update to the software with a few new features.

The biggest change is the introduction of colored waveforms to the software, like those that can be found in Traktor and Serato. The waveforms are designed to be colored to roughly match the sound spectrum, with the low ends as yellow/purple/red,  mids as various shades of green, and highs that have a brighter blue color.

 

A number of smaller changes also came through in this update of the software, including:

  • video fade-to-black independent from audio volume (with VDJScript “video_level”)
  • changed volume faders default curve (quadratic by default, can be changed with VDJScript “levelfader_curve”)
  • video can be delayed from audio (with VDJScript “video_delay”)
  • fix cover download from google and from amazon
  • fix adding cached netsearch results to cloudLists
  • added 9 new controllers

 

Visit www.virtualdj.com/ for more details.

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