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Image Line Deckadance 1.9

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DJ Software from Image Line belonging to the Deckadance series.

Image-Line has released version 1.9 of Deckadance, a DJ mixing software application for Windows and Mac.

You can control Deckadance using your mouse, keyboard, midi_controller, timecoded vinyl and or CD system.

 

Changes in Deckadance v1.9

  • New synchronization engine – Songs are now locked in sync for whatever functions are performed within DD. Deckadance can now be synchronized in other hosts such as Live including BPM & Phase.
  • Snap & Quantize buttons – The GUI also gains new ‘Snap’ and ‘Quantize’ buttons to make cue point setting and jumps to cue points, seeks in waveforms & exit looping perfect synchronized with the beat.
  • Loop settings – Improved to work per-beat rather than per-bar. This means faster, tighter repeats are now possible, the company says.
  • Song manager – The song manager (SM) is now integrated into Deckadance. You can detach the SM window for multi-monitor setups. The SM includes iTunes integration for drag-&-drop between SM and iTunes. Import playlists and more.
  • File Browser – A new File Browser replaces the old one. Designed for improved integration, searches and working with your files in Deckadance.
  • Options & Setup – All setup and options have been organised into a unified tabbed system. Spend less time searching and more time tweaking options.

 

Pricing & Availability:

Deckadance for Windows and Mac is available to purchase for $99 USD (House Edition) / $179 USD (Club Edition). New Image-Line customers receive 10% discount on their entire first order by using this link.

 

For more information, head to the Image-Line website.

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