Native Instruments shared this sneak preview of DJing with their new ‘Stems’ music file format.
Earlier in the year, Algoriddim added Apple Watch support to its djay dj software. This video, via Digital DJ Tips, demonstrates what it’s like to DJ with a watch.
Native Instruments has released more info on its new Stems format – an open audio file format that basically contains four ‘stem’ tracks (for example – bass, drums, melody & vocals) along with the full mix. The format is designed to simplify live remixing of tracks, because it provides a standard way to deliver remix-friendly… Read More Native Instruments Releases More Info On New ‘Stems’ Format
Image-Line has announced that Gibson has acquired Image-Line’s Deckadance DJ music application and rights. “Growing Deckadance any further required our expanding into hardware development,” says Image-Line CFO Frank Van Biesen, “which would have diverted attention from our core business of developing FL Studio.”
Introducing djay for Apple Watch was uploaded by: Algoriddim
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The makers of Scratch Disc have released a holiday update for its users.
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,… Read More Algoriddim Intros djay Pro For Mac – ‘A Complete Toolkit For DJs’
Mixvibes is shipping a major new version of its iPad & iPhone DJ app, CrossDJ, featuring a redesigned layout, a new waveform view and more. CrossDJ 2.0 offers an updated UI, improved usability, smaller app size and a faster app runtime, more accurate pitch-bend zone and a new waveform view.