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algoriddim, makers of the line of "djay" products for Mac and iOS devices, has announced its djay for iPhone & iPod touch app is now available in the App Store.

 

The app brings the features of the iPad and Mac releases to the screen of the iPhone and iPod touch.

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The app links users to their device’s iTunes music library.

 

With a new portrait mode, djay for iPhone & iPod touch is designed to let users work each turntable individually, allowing to beat-match, adjust EQs, loop, and cue. A rotation of the iPhone and landscape mode enables control of both turntables and a mixer at the same time.


djay for iPhone & iPod touch offers:

  • Direct Access to a User’s iTunes Music Library: Browse the music library on the device and select, play, mix and scratch your favorite songs.
  • Dual-turntable interface: Developed for the touchscreen.
  • Automix mode: Blends an iTunes music playlist into a mix with automatic transitions.
  • Live Recording: Captures the mix.
  • Seamless AirPlay Integration: Stream your mix wirelessly to Apple TV, AirPort Express station, or any AirPlay-supported speaker dock, AV receiver, and stereo system.
  • Pre-Cueing: Preview and prepare the next song with headphones (requires optional split output adapter).
  • BPM Sync: djay’s automatic beat and tempo detection is designed to allow users to match the playback speed of two songs.
  • Auto Loop: Continuously repeat part of a song in sync with the beat as a live effect, features half/double of loop duration.
  • Bounce Loop: Remix a song by mashing up its beats by holding a button.

 

Pricing & Availability

djay for iPhone & iPod touch is available for $9.99 from the App Store.

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