Djay for iPad was the closest thing to having a real turntable. With its realistic, low-latency turntable interface, BPM syncing, pre-cueing, cue point trigger, beat-synchronized scrubbing and a bunch of other features, it’s one of the best iPad apps available. Heck, this piece of software is more than capable of replacing the entire DJ setup (especially racks of components and piles of CDs) with an ultrathin sexy slab of tablet computing. Read on…


And now it’s available on iPhone and iPod touch with the full set of controls and sporting feature-parity with the iPad version.

Djay for iPhone is optimized for background operation and multitasking, it supports live mixing and recording, in addition to iPod library access, automix mode, AirPlay support and other advanced features from the iPad version.

It’s a ten bucks download from the App Store. Below the image is the full list of features provided by Algoriddim.

  • Dual turntable multi-touch DJ interface
  • Exclusive portrait and landscape modes
  • Audio waveforms display (overview and detail)
  • Visual Cue Points
  • Customizable vinyl appearance
  • Double-tap slider reset
  • Manual fader cut
  • Level meter swipe for gain adjustments
  • Direct iPod music library access
  • Album cover display
  • Browse by playlist, song, artist, album, genre, BPM, and time
  • As-you-type instant library searching
  • Support for major audio formats like MP3, AAC, WAV, AIFF
  • Automatic Beat & Tempo Detection
  • BPM-Sync
  • Beat-Synchronized Scrubbing
  • Scratching
  • Tempo control (up to +-75% with customizable range and fine adjust)
  • Pitch-Bend
  • 3-band equalizer (-24 dB to +6 dB)
  • Turntable Power-Off FX
  • Auto-Cut Scratching
  • Automatic Transitions: Fade, Backspin, Brake, Reverse, Random
  • Auto Looping (with on-the-fly half/double)
  • Manual Looping (in, out, reloop)
  • Bounce Looping (1/16 to 2 beats)
  • Multiple Cue Points
  • Uses [aufTAKT] V3 (tempo tracking), S.R.C. V1 (sample rate conversion), and fx::pack V1 (audio effects bundle) by zplane.development
  • Ultra-low latency
  • Automix mode with automatic transition control
  • Pre-Cueing through headphones via stereo/mono split cable (left output channel: Master, right output channel: Monitor)
  • Recording (compressed AIFF files, with built-in organizer, preview player, and export to Mac/PC via iTunes file sharing)
  • AirPlay integration (broadcast to Apple TV, AirPort Express station, or any AirPlay-supported speaker dock, AV receiver, and stereo system)
  • Auto-Saving (cue points, beat-grids, BPM, wave data)
  • Fully optimized for iOS 4.2 multi-tasking and background audio
  • In-app settings

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