In addition to making djay 2 for iPhone (reg. $2.99) and iPad (reg. $9.99) free for one week, Algoriddim is ready to reveal djay for Apple Watch, which it dubs “the world’s first wearable DJ controller”, and two big announcements for djay Pro for Mac including a new partnership with Pioneer DJ and a brand new video mode for mixing.
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The latest version of djay for iPhone released earlier this week already packs in the feature-filled djay for Apple Watch app. Pair djay for iPhone with a solid set of speakers and you can remotely control your mixes from your wrist with the Apple Watch. And it’s way more than just play and pause…
Deck Controls – Library access: browse your iTunes music library and cue up tracks from your favorite playlists – Song loading: load the next song onto the deck – Song info: view all important information about the currently playing song at a glance: title, artist, album cover, remaining time, BPM, and key – Play/Pause: instantly start and stop playback of the deck – Seeking: navigate forward and backward within a song, in perfect sync with the beat – Looping: automatically loop sections of a song in perfect sync with the beat – Audio FX: choose from a list of stunning audio effects and apply them in real-time Mixer and Transition Controls – Sync: automatically match the BPM of two songs and synchronize their beats with the tap of a button – Crossfade: gradually blend one song into the other for a seamless transition – Automix (via Force Touch on Mixer page): turn on Automix mode and let djay mix your favorite iTunes playlist automatically with beat-matched, DJ-style transitions Automix mode – Automix: turn on Automix mode and let djay mix your favorite iTunes or Spotify playlist automatically with beat-matched, DJ-style transitions – Match: powered by Spotify, Match finds tracks that go well with what’s currently playing to create a seamless mix for you automatically. Glances – Quickly see information about the currently playing song
You can see djay for Apple Watch in action below:
As for the recently launched djay Pro for Mac, Algoriddim has partnered with Pioneer DJ to add “seamless plug-and-play integration of djay Pro with the CDJ-2000nexus, CDJ-900nexus, and XDJ-1000, the worldwide club standard for professional DJs.”
As a free update to djay Pro for Mac, users gain a ton of new video features for the first time to add “visualizers to their music and mix videos in real-time, all with stunning transitions, visual FX, title and image overlays, live A/V recording, and comes with extensive pre-bundled video content so users can get creative right away.”
You can pick up djay for iPhone and Apple Watch plus iPad for free for one week only. The latest version of djay Pro for Mac is a free update to existing customers, and new users can pick up the pro software on sale for $49.99 (reg. $79.99) from the Mac App Store.