'djay' Application for iPad Released
Algoriddim, the developer of the popular djay application for Mac, has released djay for iPad today. As we reported last month, the app takes advantage of new audio features that only recently came to the iPad with the release of iOS 4.2.
The app provides a virtual turntable interface that allows scratching and multiple controls as well as full access to the iPod music library stored on the iPad. It is optimized for iOS 4.2 with multitasking and background operation capabilities.
Algoriddim has created a promotional video highlighting the app's capabilities.
The app's features include:
- Realistic low-latency turntable interface
- Automix mode with automatic transition control (Fade, Backspin, Reverse, Brake, Random)
- Live Recording (with builtin organizer for recorded performances)
- Seamless AirPlay integration (wirelessly transmit your mix to Apple TV or AirPort Express station)
- PreCueing (with optional headphones adapter)
- BPM analysis with automatic beat and tempo matching
- Full visual waveform with beatsynchronized scrubbing
- Highquality scratching
- Mixer, Tempo and EQ controls
- Cue Point Trigger
djay for iPad is available in the App Store for $19.99.
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