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algoriddim, makers of djay Apps for Mac and iOS devices, today announced changes to its djay App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch to take advantage of the newly released features of iOS 5.

With this update, djay Apps now feature audio FX, integrated iCloud capabilities, new music library features and the ability to include sounds from other music apps using the audio cut and paste feature.

 

New iOS 5 additions to djay include:

  • iCloud Integration: All of a user’s per-song settings created in djay on one device are available on their other devices running djay on iOS 5. For example, song start points and other metadata generated while using djay on an iPhone will be available when performing live with an iPad (and vice-versa).
  • Professional Audio FX: The new versions of djay introduce real-time audio effects, available via three FX control panes for different mixing styles: a one-touch panel for instant FX, a custom pane for more advanced users that provides control over various parameters, and a 2D touch interface that gives users the ability to adjust parameters and the filter simultaneously with a swipe of the finger. FX include:
    • Bit Crusher
    • Echo
    • Filter (High Pass, Low Pass)
    • Flanger
    • Gate
    • Phaser
  • AirPlay Integration: djay transmits information about the current track, such as artist, title, and artwork, as part of the content delivered over AirPlay. In addition, this information is also displayed on the device’s lock screen
  • Audio Copy/Paste: Enables loading sounds created in other music apps onto djay’s turntables, giving users new creative possibilities to integrate their own sounds into the mix
  • Sort Features: Users can now sort their iTunes library by BPM, providing access to songs with a similar tempo range

 

Pricing & Availability:

The djay for iPad App ($19.99), the djay for iPhone App ($0.99), and djay – David Guetta Edition (iPhone, $7.99) are available from App Store on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, or at www.itunes.com/appstore.

 

For more information on algoriddim’s products, please visit www.algoriddim.com.

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