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✔ Added firmware update for Numark iDJ Pro with support for multi-channel audio (requires iOS 6)
✔ Bug fixes, performance and stability improvements
If you like djay, please rate it with every update. Thanks for your continued support and we look forward to hearing your feedback.
★ WINNER OF THE 2011 APPLE DESIGN AWARD ★
Ready to rock your next party? Introducing djay, Algoriddims award-winning and highly acclaimed DJ app for iPad.
“One of the best iPad apps around.” — Macworld ★★★★½
“It’s going to revolutionize DJing as we know it.” — Powerpage/ZDNet
“One of the most impressive music apps we’ve seen for the iPad to date.” — Engadget
“It’s a lot of fun, and kept me up to 2 am.” — Wired
Brings the fun of DJing to the iPad without compromise — MacLife ★★★★★ (Rated: Awesome)
☆ Selected by Apple as the #1 iPad APP OF THE YEAR 2011 in more than 100 countries (App Store Rewind 2011)
☆ Selected as one of NY Times 10 BEST iPad APPS of 2011
☆ Nominated by TechCrunch for BEST TABLET APPLICATION 2011
☆ Winner of the 2011 APPLE DESIGN AWARD
☆ Winner of the 2011 BEST APP EVER AWARDS in the category Best DJ App
djay transforms your iPad into a full–fledged DJ system and seamlessly integrates with your music library, giving you direct access to all your favorite tracks and playlists on your iPad. A hyper–realistic touchscreen interface and ultra low–latency converge to offer you a true professional mixing experience, all with your own music. You can perform live, record mixes on–the–go, or enable Automix mode and let djay mix your favorite playlist from your music library automatically.
With unprecedented ease–of–use and innovative multi–touch mixing features, djay for iPad brings DJing to the next level, offering a unique experience for beginners and professionals alike.
✔ Direct access to music library on your iPad
✔ Hyper-realistic low-latency turntable interface
✔ Automix mode
✔ Automatic beat and tempo matching (BPM sync)
✔ Audio FX: Flanger, Phaser, Echo, Gate, Bit Crusher, Filter (High Pass, Low Pass)
✔ Looping: Auto, Manual, and Bounce
✔ Cue Point Trigger
✔ Live Recording
✔ Pre-Cueing with headphones (using optional Griffin DJ Cable)
✔ High-quality scratching
✔ Mixer, tempo, and EQ controls
✔ iCloud integration
✔ AirPlay integration
✔ Support for Numarks iDJ Live MIDI Controller
✔ Support for all major audio formats including MP3, AAC, WAV, AIFF (no support for DRM protected songs)
✔ Fully optimized for iOS multitasking and background operation
NEW: Griffin DJ Cable designed exclusively for djays pre-cueing feature now available at the Apple Store or from the Griffin web site.
☆ iTunes Match Hint:
To play a track stored in iCloud with djay, please download it first by clicking the iCloud download button next to the track in the Music (iPod) app. You can also download entire playlists.
☆ DRM Protected Songs Hint:
djay supports the vast majority of audio files, such as MP3, M4A, AAC, WAV, AIF etc. including all songs available from the iTunes Store. However, songs purchased from the iTunes Store before 2009 were DRM protected and cannot be accessed by djay. If you still own such older files, you can upgrade these to DRM free (iTunes Plus) via iTunes.
TIPS & TRICKS:
★ Auto-Cut Scratching™: Scratch the record with two fingers for beat-matched cutting.
★ Manual Fader Cutting: Tap crossfader outside the knob for manual cutting.
★ Bounce Loop: Swipe finger across bounce loop matrix to change loop interval on-the-fly.
★ Gain: Swipe finger on level meters to quickly adjust gain, double tap to reset.
★ For more tips & tricks, check the Help section in the app’s settings panel.
For the latest updates and to connect with the djay community:
• Follow @Algoriddim on Twitter
• Become a fan of djay on Facebook: www.facebook.com/djaysoftware
I can't tell you how excited I am! It works even better than I hoped it would! I'm sick, and Djaying in pajamas while I wait for my girlfriend to bring me a cheeseburger! Plus, I'm writing this review with automix on and it's still playing! A new song just came on and the transition was flawless! It crashed once at the beginning, but after a hard reset it was fine. Hey, another song is playing now! I Djay great while typing! Who knew? If my burger is half this good I'm going to have the best night ever!
Just purchased and already loving it. If you know the desktop version you will be right at home here. Still need to play around some more with it but this app already screams of greatness. Now can we get waveforms in the desktop version please!
Really easy to use and syncs with library perfectly. Only wish there were more effects and a way to listen to other non playing song to find the best place to start up the next track. Overall, love it.
Glad to be the first reviewer. It is great. A lot of potential. Crashed after some strenuous testing. Was trying to sync a track with another. I am not gonna bash and have a crazy reaction about it yet. It will be a great conversation piece and possibly a back up when I am spinning. It really is loaded with all of the djay features. Look forward to additions. Great job!
To all critics remember that it is the first release of a new product that will change the game. Give the developers time. djay is a trusted product. Okay back to testing!!
Everything you could want in a dj app. This is GREAT!
Apps like this is what the iPad was made for!
10 stars, 20 stars, 30 stars... How ever many stars I could, I would give to this app. Absolutely brilliant, wonderful, bravo. Trust me... $20 is a bargain for this app. In fact, this app is too good to call an app. It's an APPLICATION. And a great one.
Simply Exquisite Highly Recommended
I was so excited to see it i missed being the first to post. Very well done app this is and has room to grow.
For what i do and after using many other apps i think it's well worth the 20.00.
im just a noob when it comes to apps and stuff and i was just thinking (remember, noob here) is it possible to use bluetooth headphones to deal with the non pre cue option thing??? on the next version??? i know that for the mac version u need usb headphones. its just a thought that i had at 12:45am.
First thing I thought when I saw the iPad was "this would be a great music toy!". Djay delivers! I just spent five minutes beat matching a dub track while I was making coffee. This is the first time I've wished my iPad had more than 16GB of storage. Can't wait to try the split output.
I have hundreds of apps and this is by far the best app I have seen yet. Not just as a dj app, it is simply hands down the best example of an application for the iPad. It has just about every feature that is possible from the iPad rolled into one amazing and elegant interface. I am simply stunned! Hats off to the developers of this amazing "app" it is too amazing to simply call this an "app". This represents the future of what is possible with the iPad.
Djay is a whole new level of app. WELL worth the price. In fact it is higher quality than way more expensive dj packages for PCs. I am sure there will be tons of debate over this app. That is because this is absolutely a game changer. Vinyl will never die , this is a different tool and is an extension of an amazing art form that has always progressed with tools. The amazing thing about this is how good it feels to use. It really captures what we have all been waiting for.
After just playing with it for a half hour, I'm totally blown away. If you know their Mac software, this is pretty much identical. Given the limitations of the iPad, it's very impressive how well it works. I would love to give the pre-cueing a try. The AirPlay and background support is impressive (I'm writing this review on my iPad while an Automix is playing in the background). The limitation with DRM tracks is annoying but expected (though worse than on the Mac which will allow you to tap out the BPM and still play them but no luck at all here). Can't wait to get some serious practice with this but, at a minimum, it's a heckuva party trick.
All this app does is crash or give low memory warning and not display track info. I want to love this app but till they fix this it's a nightmare waiting to happen to some Joe cool at the party tries to mix with it.
After just playing with it for a half hour, I'm totally blown away. If you know their Mac software, this is pretty much identical. Given the limitations of the iPad, it's very impressive how well it works. The AirPlay and background support is impressive (I'm writing this review on my iPad while an Automix is playing in the background). I would love to give the pre-cueing a try (would be great if you could pre-cue on the iPad and output through AirPlay but I suspect iOS doesn't allow that). The limitation with DRM tracks is annoying but expected (though worse than on the Mac which will allow you to tap out the BPM and still play them but no luck at all here). Can't wait to get some serious practice with this but, at a minimum, it's a heckuva party trick.
So...back in the day when I had 2 turntables and a mixer, things were great!! Fast forward 18+ years and this app is without a doubt a glimpse into the future of what apps should be, especially for the iPad.
Integrates nicely with my music library and its ability to assess bpm is pretty darn quick (~3-5 seconds on average). Good layout and not too cramped given the amount of real estate on the iPad. I'd definitely hate to try and use this app on a 7" iPad. Note that I've only had about 1.5 hours to take it through its paces but I'm definitely impressed!!
Now...a review wouldnt be complete without a few things I'd like to see in the next release which would in my opinion make this app even better:
1) ability to toggle between overview and detail waveform views (I like the detail view so that I can anticipate beats coming up visually). Even better if you can set a timeframe on detail waveform view like 10, 20, 30 seconds ahead,
2) set multiple cue points. Would be great to cue up different parts of the song,
3) sampling feature (considering we can record already, sampling would be SWEET!!),
4) 1-touch access to transition styles,
and my one last suggestion until I dive deeper into this app...
5) ability to toggle either deck in full screen (music library has this as settings feature). Why you may ask...expanded deck view would make scratching and different transition techniques a bit easier.
I'll definitely add more to my review as I continue to use this app but let me reiterate...this is THE BEST first release of any app I have, PERIOD!! Great job algoriddim...keep it up!!
This app is much of what I would have hoped for when it comes to "DJing" on an iPad. I applaud the developer for this first pass and think it has the potential to be really great.
But let's be clear - this is not for production use. I think any serious DJ realizes we're probably still years away from that on a tablet (more on this later). If you're someone who's interesting to learn a little about DJing, this might be a cheap way to learn a little bit more about the basics of blending two songs together, but (hopefully for now) that's about it.
However, there is one good practical use case here that I've found so far in the 3-4 hours I've spent playing with the app: the ability to practice blending new songs on-the-go (i was doing this on the subway last night). It's also a fun and different way to potentially mix songs at a small get-together (notice I didn't say "DJ at a party"), which I may do at our holiday cocktail party this year in our apt with a small group of friends. But if you're hoping for something more serious than that you'll find yourself disappointed with this app (and probably most others out there for ipad).
- clean interface with all the basic elements to mimic two turntables and a mixer and all their basic functions
- ability to use itunes music
- multi-touch works fantastic; example: you can scratch on one 'deck' and volume control the other deck without problem
What I Haven't Tested Yet:
- Automix feature
The below is a mix of complaints and things I'd like to see improved:
- I haven't been able to get past mixing together 4-5 songs without it crashing
- I've seen low memory issues, even when i've hard-closed all other apps
- UI for itunes/music selection just okay; wish iTunes would allow you to show fields like BPM.
- loading songs on each deck is slow. it can take up to 30 seconds to both load and analyze a song
- loading mp3 on one deck, then loading same mp3 on other deck, app doesn't realize it's the same file and goes through the same analyzation
- only one cue point
- no way to customize crossfader or individual volume control cuts
- if you scratch near the virtual power button on either deck, the touch screen may misread your movement and shut off that deck
- any area that requires precision (volume control, gain, EQ, etc.) will never work great with a slider and touchscreen; i wish there were also basic +/- buttons to better control these sliders
Despite my long list of complaints and requests for improvements, I still say bravo to the developer for putting out a fun and intuitive application for music lovers, DJs, and everyone in-between.
TX DJ Mark
This is a great application on the iPad which I will be using for backup on gigs. However, why can't we turn on and off pitch lock?
I Had memory issues, app has crashed three times so far, twice after rebooting the iPad. I would NOT trust using this app live at a party until they fix these important issues.
Also, If you stream to wireless speakers, there's a good two second delay, so you can't live mix or manipulate the music when wireless.
Finally, If you want to cue the next song on your headphones and not play over the live speakers, you'll have to split the stereo signal with a simple stereo to mono splitter. The result however is that the main speakers will only output in mono.
Other then those three issues, the app is awesome. I hope they fix these issues.