Native Instruments Traktor DJ for iPad released
Native Instruments confirmed the launching of a Traktor version for iPad, as expected since a teasing they published in january.
Traktor DJ for iPad can let you prepare you sets using the tracks hosts in the iTunes Library and synchronise them with Traktor Pro, which has been update to v2.6.1 for the occasion. Traktor DJ includes BPM and Key features, and you can add hot cues to the tracks and transfer all theses parameters to Traktor Pro via Dopbox using the Sync fonction. An effect section is also included, with reverb, delay and glitch effects such as BeatMasher.
The interface displays de waveforms and lets you control the touch crossfader, linear crossfaders, a 3-band EQ and a filter for each channel.
Traktor DJ for iPad is available at the AppStore for $19.99 / 17.99€.
Native Instruments also updated Traktor Pro 2 to v2.6.1, which adds the metadata sync feature for TraktorDJ, as well as a Key detection function with color code in the library and a "downbeat" detection feature.
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