Algoriddim Intros djay Pro For Mac – ‘A Complete Toolkit For DJs’

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Algoriddim has introduced djay Pro, calling it ‘the first professional version of djay for the desktop’.

djay Pro offers advanced features, like four decks, hardware support, Spotify integration, sampling, key matching, effects, waveform display and more.

djay Pro integrates seamlessly with existing professional DJ hardware. In addition to supporting over 50 MIDI controllers by Pioneer, Numark, Reloop, and other manufacturers out of the box, djay Pro also includes an advanced MIDI Learn system. It enables users to map each hardware control on their device to individual actions in djay Pro and customize their setup to match their style and performance needs.

Cue Points, beat grid edits, meta data and FX purchases from iOS versions of djay will automatically sync over iCloud to djay Pro, bridging the experience between mobile and desktop.

Here are the details:

algoriddim-djay-proFeatures:

Powerful DJ Interface

  • Turntables
  • Waveforms
  • Four Decks
  • Sampler

Spotify Integration

  • Instant access to over 20 million songs(requires Spotify Premium subscription)
  • Playlists, Songs, Charts, Browse
  • Match: cloud-based song recommendations powered by The Echo Nest
  • Instant access to BPM and Key information through the cloud
  • On-the-fly playlist editing and song saving
  • Drag & Drop from Spotify app
  • Powerful audio streaming technology: ultra-low latency, advanced effects,on-the-fly analysis

Music Library

  • Spotify + iTunes
  • Persistent history and queue
  • Instant preview
  • Inline search
  • Light / dark mode
  • Expanded mode

Four Deck Mixing

  • Horizontal / vertical layouts
  • Custom crossfader assignments(left, right, thru)

Waveform Layouts

  • Horizontal / vertical
  • Two deck / four deck
  • Variable zoom level

Sampler

  • Live sampling and preset editing
  • Pre-bundled content by Loopmasters
  • Pre-bundled scratch samples by DJ Qbert

Recording

  • AAC / WAV
  • iTunes export

Automix

  • Automatic, beat-matched mixes
  • Queue and Playlist automation
  • Variable automatic transitions (configurable duration, style, in- and out-points)
  • Automix Radio powered by The Echo Nest

Advanced DJ Tools

  • Sync
  • Cue Points
  • Looping
  • Skipping
  • Scrubbing
  • Slip Mode
  • Beat grid editing

Audio FX

  • Over 30 state-of-the-art audio effects powered by Sugar Bytes (available via In-App Purchase)
  • Up to three chain-able audio effects per deck
  • XY-Pad and Instant FX

Audio Processing

  • Advanced time-stretching (up to ±75%)
  • Pitch shifting (up to ±1 octave)
  • Audio mixing with adjustable crossfader curves
  • EQ, panning, and highpass/lowpass filtering
  • Audio Limiter
  • Support for Audio Unit plug-ins

Audio Analysis

  • BPM and beat detection
  • Flexible beat grids with support for dynamic tempo
  • Frequency-based colored waveforms
  • Key detection
  • Auto-gain / Normalize
  • Multi-core batch analysis

Hardware Integration

  • Native support for over 50 MIDI controllers
  • Advanced MIDI Learn
  • Support for multi-channel USB audio interfaces
  • Support for external audio input and microphones

Built for OS X

  • Native 64-bit application
  • 60 frames per second graphics engine
  • Optimized for MacBook Pro with Retina Display
  • Optimized for iMac with Retina 5K Display
  • Multi-core analysis(up to 24 processing threads on12-core Mac Pro)
  • Extensive keyboard shortcuts
  • Multi-touch trackpad control
  • iCloud integration: syncs cue points, grid edits and meta data with iOS versions of djay

djay Pro is available in the App Store for US $49.99 (normally $79.99). A trial version is available viat he Algoriddim site.

3 thoughts on “Algoriddim Intros djay Pro For Mac – ‘A Complete Toolkit For DJs’

  1. Please post your thoughts if you’ve used djay Pro in comments section. Am interested in how the key comparison is. Mixed in Key vs djay Pro?

  2. the big difference is the tracks aren’t numbered just the key is listed. their algorithm is pretty good and you can choose to have list tracks in ascending or descending order of key aside from artist, track name, bpm, etc…

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