Free Audio Player With DJ Functionality

Native Instruments Beatport SYNC is based on TRAKTOR 3 technology      16/11/07

Free Audio Player With DJ Functionality


Beatport SYNC is a powerful audio player with basic DJ functions developed by Beatport and Native Instruments. Based on the TRAKTOR 3 technology, this free software for Mac and PC lets you mix tracks like a DJ using the two virtual decks, a crossfader and auto beat sync function. Beatport SYNC offers powerful track management, access to DJ radio stations, plus an integrated Browser to instantly buy and download the latest tracks from the comprehensive Beatport Online Music Store.
Top Features
  • Two playback decks with automatic crossfader
  • Automatic tempo detection and automatic track sync
  • Pitch faders for both decks and high-quality time stretching
  • Powerful track browser inherited from Traktor
  • Easy to use advanced meta data editing functionality
  • Direct access to selected high quality dance music radio stations
  • Archive or backup playlists and folders on external hard drives and CDs
  • Integrated access to Beatport.com
  • Super slim mini-view
  • Professional audio-quality based on the high-end TRAKTOR 3 audio engine
  • Direct access to files on external devices (e.g. iPodâ„¢, USB drive, etc.)
  • CD import (converted to Wav) including automatic import of artist name, album, titles, etc.
Features of the built-in Beatport Online Store
  • Integrated Beatport browser for previewing and purchasing tracks
  • Download manager automatically adds purchases to your library
  • Pitch and beat sync track previews with tracks in your collection
  • Automatic BPM display of previewed tracks
Pricing and Availability:
Free download from Native instruments website
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