Xylio FutureDecks Pro v2
Xylio FutureDecks Pro v2

FutureDecks Pro v2, DJ Software from Xylio.

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Xylio FutureDecks Pro v2

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Xylio has released version 2.0 of its DJ mixing software FutureDecks Pro.

  • Time-stretching (you need to activate it from the cfg window - requires intensive CPU resources).
  • Pitch scaling/transpose (independent of tempo/speed) - used for harmonic/key mixing (use the FutureDecks tag editor to assign key values to songs that don't have the key already set).
  • Whole song audio stripe/waveform on position slider.
  • Added Mix-In/Mix-Out (CUE In/Out) points used by AutoMix (can be edited just like regular cue points).
  • Auto CUE In/Out (automatically detecting mix-in and mix-out points for the AutoMix feature if they are not present).
  • Improved BPM detection and beat-matching (sync).
  • Import the whole iTunes library or only distinct playlists (works with both normal and smart lists).
  • Skin Designer application (released for Windows only at this time).
  • Video window remembers position/screen and fullscreen mode.
  • Hide mouse cursor when video is full-screen.
  • Settings rework (all XML now).
  • Cleaned up DirectX, fixed quality (as good as in OpenGL now), fixed aspect ratio when in full-screen.
  • Video setting for both DirectX and OpenGL (consumes more resources if activated).
  • Better detection of external controllers.
  • Browsing and loading songs directly from the controller for all Hercules controllers.
  • Changed loop controls name ("In" is now "In/Out" and "Out" is now "Exit"); the functionality remains the same.
  • Automatically pausing the track when reaching end.
  • Increased tempo/speed maximum range to +/-50%.
  • Small bugs and critical errors fixed, much more stable.
  • Speed improvements.


This is a free upgrade for those who purchased v1.x made after August 1st, 2009. For new customers the pricing is $99 / €79 / £59.

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