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Image Line Deckadance v1.8

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DJ Software de la marque Image Line appartenant à la série Deckadance

Image Line has updated Deckadance to version 1.8 for both Windows and Mac OS X. The big news is the new Song Manager.

 

Song Manager Features:

  • Manage 50.000+ in your music collection without slow downs using a open format database (sqlite).
  • SM categorizes music files in your computer making them accessible through numerous search/sort features.
  • Importing tracks into Song Manager doesn’t copy music files.
  • Simple search and advanced search via subsets of metadata fields (filters).
  • Create playlist to organize effectively your tracks. Sort, re- order, reset original state, export to html/m3u and more.
  • Create smart playlist that auto-update based on 'rules’. e.g.: “top 25 most played dance genre songs with BPM between 120 and 140”.
  • Fully customizable layouts: hide/show, re-arrange, (auto) resize of the metadata view columns.
  • Edit track tags/metadata (title, artist, name… etc.) via inline editing.
  • Cover art (resizable) display.
  • Supported formats: mp3, acc (m4a), wav, aiff, wma, flac and ogg.
  • Cross platform (win/mac) with full drag/drop external support.

Other notable changes & additions:

  • New Recording engine with threaded streaming to disk.
  • Added supported controllers (Hercules DJ Console MK4 & American Audio VMS4).
  • Added SNAP to the closest beat in the waveform for loops, cues, waveform seek and start position.
  • Added DVS run-out protection with auto engage and visual feedback.
  • Added Lead In function in DVS section.
  • Improved DVS behaviour for large audio buffer sizes.
  • Incremented to 30 seconds the minimum playing time to mark a song like played.
  • Added right click over played state to reset it.
  • Removed clear played state of tracks when automix is enabled.
  • Updated minihost look and added song manager start button.
  • Added downbeat and start position keyboard shortcuts:
    • DECK A->Downbeat: “ctrl+t”, Start Position: “ctrl+y”.
    • DECK B->Downbeat: “ctrl+g”, Start Position: “ctrl+h”.
  • Added “key slider” and “key slider inverted” to the MIDI learn commands.
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