Deckadance, the dj software with what some think is the most offensive gear ad ever, is coming to the Mac.
“Many professional DJs, producers and remixers use Macs as a preference platform, so the release of version 1.2 will make Deckadance a real proposition for them” commented Luis Serrano, the developer of Deckadance.
Here are highlights of version 1.2:
Open controller & timecode support: The Digital Vinyl System control panel has been redesigned and now comes with new and improved features, including an easy-to-use interface, a real-time signal spectroscope, and of course, the ‘learning’ feature that enables almost any timecode source (CD or Vinyl) to be used. There is also Vinyl timecoded control of decks inside Ableton Live and Live LE.
Improved Windows soundcard driver compatibility: Deckadance now supports DirectSound drivers in win32 platforms in addition to ASIO4ALL.
Native support: Deckadance 1.2 includes native support of the following controllers: Hercules Dj Console, Kontrol Dj KDJ500, EKS XP10, Behringer BCD2000/3000, M-Audio X-Session Pro, Allen&Heath Xone:3D, Vestax VCI-100 and Numark Total Control.
Editions: Deckadance 1.2 is available in two retail editions, Deckadance Club Edition (full) and Deckadance House Edition that drops the timecoded vinyl/CD transport control features. For hardware manufacturers that would like to bundle Deckadance with their DJ products there is a special LE Edition (contact Image Line Software for more details).
Download Deckadance 1.2 from http://demo.deckadance.com.
Price: Deckadance Club Edition is US $179 and House Edition US $99. Both versions can be ordered from the FL Studio Web shop http://shop.flstudio.com/.