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Image Line Deckadance v1.5 (RC)

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DJ Software from Image Line belonging to the Deckadance series

Image Line has updated Deckadance to v1.5 (RC).


Changes in recent versions are listed below.

Deckadance 1.5.0:
  • [new] – Batch analysis of songs.
  • [new] – Added native support for Vestax VCI-300.
  • [new] – New beatgrid move via mouse over the waveform (SHIFT+CLICK+MOVE).
  • [imp] – Improved DVS engine when elastique time-stretching is disabled.
  • [imp] – Improved loop/leap exit function (more smoother now).
  • [imp] – Improved cue jump when loop/leap is active (it will be disabled automatically).
  • [fix] – Fix a bug when unplug MIDI devices at runtime on windows computers.
  • [fix] – Fix several bugs and maintenance.

Deckadance 1.45.0:
  • [new] – Added BPM read from ID3 tags.
  • [new] – Added support to load/import iTunes playlists.
  • [imp] – Improved audio engine (more faster now).
  • [imp] – Improved automix engine (fixed some problems).
  • [imp] – Improved Windows graphic render (waveforms & fonts).
  • [imp] – Improved Windows open folder dialog.
  • [fix] – Fix a problem in the browser search function (related to case sensitive words).
  • [fix] – Fix a problem with the “start in beat sync” feature.
  • [new] – New OpenGl render engine for Windows.
  • [new] – New Font size function (small, medium, large).
  • [new] – New Playlist size function (small, medium, large).
  • [new] – Added function to select “Auto” or “Manual” beatgrid mode.
  • [new] – New support for ID3V1 and ID3V2 tags.
  • [new] – New unicode support for playlist/browser items.
  • [imp] – Improved playlist/browser drawing.
  • [new] – Added support for Dj-Tech Kontrol One.
  • [new] – Added support for Stanton SCS-3D.
  • [new] – Added support for Hercules Dj Control Steel.

1.4.6 update:
  • [fix] – Fix a problem when dropping songs into decks.
  • [fix] – Fix a problem when scratching with some controllers.

1.40.2 update:
  • [imp] – Sampler engine improved with time-stretching (zplane elastique).
  • [imp] – Sampler engine low/high pass filter redesign.
  • [new] – New setup panel design.
  • [new] – New in-built support for MIDI streaming, it improves the MIDI latency and jitter.
  • [imp] – Improved the native support of MIDI controllers when Deckadance plugin is hosted by FL Studio or Ableton Live.
  • [chg] – Deckadance plugin input/outputs now exposed like stereo channels.
  • [fix] – Fix a sound problem when Deckadance plugin is hosted in some audio applications.
  • [new] – New sound engine with improved time-stretching/compression technology.
  • [new] – New BPM setup panel and beatgrid system (Manual tempo, Tap tempo, Half/Double tempo, BeatGrid move, Rescan). Press 'Track’ to activate it.
  • [new] – New spectral waveform color feature.
  • [new] – New pitch range selection (6%, 8%, 10%, 16%, 20%, 50%).
  • [new] – New Equalization filters design with improved kill behavior.
  • [new] – Added scratch and spinback native support to the following controllers:
    o Hercules (MKII, MP3 Console, Rmx).
    o Numark Total Control.
    o Behringer BCD2000/BCD3000.
  • [chg] – Change momentary loop on VCI-100 native support to loop switch.
  • [imp] – Added gain control to Synq PCM-1 native support (shift+jog).
  • [fix] – Fix a crash bug at closing DD when the gui of some hosted VST plugins is opened.
  • [new] – Autogain engine (perceived loudness algorithm).
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