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Other software for iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad from IK Multimedia belonging to the iRig series.

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IK Multimedia has announced the release of DJ Rig for iPhone/iPod touch.

DJ Rig provides song-playing from the device's music library, automatic tempo sync and beat match, sample-based pads and performance recording, plus DJ effects. Together with iRig Mix, the mobile DJ mixer for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, DJ Rig is designed to represents a portable solution for DJing.

 

Features:

 

Double Deck

  • Landscape and portrait interfaces.
  • Access to iPod library and playlists.
  • Deck controls: Volume, Pitch, 3-Band Kill EQ, Headphones and Crossfader.
  • Tempo controls for fine BPM adjustments.
  • 3 crossfader curves for customizing fades.
  • Drag and zoom of waveform display.
  • Auto-level detection and adjustment for balance between decks.
  • Crossfade filter for fading between decks with bass or high filters.
  • Customizable deck interface (available for in-app purchase).
  • Multiple output configurations.
  • Supports major digital audio formats including MP3, AAC, WAV, AIFF.
  • Live recorder.

Mix & Scratch

  • Tempo Sync.
  • Beat Match – for the first time, a DJ iOS app that can align songs' beats.
  • BPM detection, beat analysis and beat map saving.
  • 4 visual cue points per song (1 built-in plus 3 available as in app purchase).
  • Automatic looping to create loops with tempo divisions.
  • Scratching engine modeled on real deck behavior with CloneDeck technology for scratching.
  • X-Sync mode detects the BPM from an external audio sources and automatically syncs the tempo (when used with iRig MIX).

DJ Effects

  • Effects deck with 12 effects: Delay, Flanger, Crush, Filter High Pass, Filter Low Pass, Filter Band Pass, Compressor, Wah, Phaser, Fuzz, Reverb, Stutter (6 built-in plus 6 available for in-app purchase).
  • XY touch interface.
  • All effects are BPM-synched.
  • Multiple controls.
  • Extra filter available.

Sampler Machine

  • On-the-fly sampler machine.
  • 9 pads matrix with assignable pads on 4 sound banks.
  • 15 sound banks available (8 built-in plus 7 available for in-app purchase).
  • Live sampling functionality.
  • Pitch control.

 

Pricing & Availability

DJ Rig includes 6 DJ effects (Low pass, Band pass, High pass, Delay, Stutter, Phaser), and 8 built-in sound banks plus one adjustable cue point. These can be expanded with 6 more effects (Flanger, Comp, Fuzz, Reverb, Auto Wah, Crash), 7 extra sound banks, 3 more cues points plus digital deck interface, available together through in-app purchase in the Pro bundle pack.

 

The app is already available on the iTunes App Store at the special introductory price of $1.99/€1.59 for a limited time.

 

The Pro Bundle add-on expansion is available for only $4.99/€3.99 as an in-app purchase.

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