algoriddim Updates djay with Features for iPad 2
algoriddim announced that djay for iPad 1.2 is now available on the App Store.
The new features, designed to leverage the dual core processor of the iPad 2, include time-stretching (key lock) and an enhanced audio analysis, according to algoriddim. djay is designed to transform an iPad into a DJ system with a turntable interface and access to iTunes music library.
New additions to djay for iPad 1.2 include:
- Key Lock: Utilizing zplane.development’s time-stretching technology, élastique efficient, Key Lock offers the ability to stretch the audio of each turntable individually in real-time, enabling users to change the speed of the song without affecting its pitch
- Enhanced Audio Analysis: Features beat-grid and onset extraction with a visual representation on the wave form; designed to let users beat-match songs with more precision
- Loop / Cue Snapping: djay aligns loops and cue points to the song’s beat grid based on the accuracy of the audio analysis
Other features available in djay for iPad 1.2 include Automix mode, direct link to a user’s iTunes library, multiple loop modes, and AirPlay integration for wireless audio streaming.
Pricing & Availability:
The djay for iPhone & iPod touch App is available for $0.99, for a limited time, from the App Store at www.itunes.com/appstore. At the end of the sale promotion, the app will be available for $4.99.
For more information on djay for iPad or any of algoriddim’s products, visit www.algoriddim.com.
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