algoriddim djay for iPad
algoriddim, creators of the software djay for Mac, announced its djay for iPad App is now available on the App Store.
- Direct Access to a User's iTunes Music Library: Browse your entire music library and easily select, play, mix and scratch your songs;
- Automix Mode. Automix blends an iTunes music playlist into a continuous mix with automatic transitions;
- Live Recording: Capture your mix in audio quality to share with the rest of the world;
- Seamless AirPlay Audio Integration: Stream your mix wirelessly to Apple TV, AirPort Express station, or any AirPlay-supported speaker dock, AV receiver, and stereo system;
- Visual Mixing with Waveforms: Mix music visually, using overview and detail to cue to specific points;
- BPM Sync: djay's automatic beat and tempo detection allows users to match the playback speed of two songs for a perfect transition with the click of a button;
- Pre-Cueing: Preview and prepare the next song with headphones (requires optional split output adapter);
- Auto-Cut Scratching: Lets you scratch in sync with the song's beat and rhythm while djay operates the crossfader automatically;
- Multi-Tasking: Run djay in Automix mode and listen to a continuous mix running in the background while you surf the web or play games.
Pricing & Availability:
The djay for iPad App is available for $19.99 from the App Store on iPad or at www.itunes.com/appstore. For more information on djay for iPad or any of algoriddim's products, visit www.algoriddim.com.
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