Mac-Based DJ System Updated

Extensive new features announced as DJ-1800 Reaches v3.0      23/11/07
Mac-Based DJ System Updated


DJ-1800 v3.0, professional DJ software for the Mac, has been launched with significant new features and enhancements.
DJ-1800 is a complete, self-contained professional DJ system for the Mac – no need for a mixer, CD players, or heavy record boxes, just plug in your Apple Mac and some speakers, and you're ready to go. We are told that v3.0 delivers great new features including pitch lock and automatic BPM calculation, to enhance the experience for professional and bedroom DJs alike. In addition, v3.0 enables users to plug in an iPod and go - immediately making music on any iPod available to mix and play at a gig.
Dave Addey, CEO of DJ-1800, told us, "This is a significant leap forward for DJ-1800. These new features deliver a superb experience, building on the rock-solid foundation which has established DJ-1800 as the tool of choice for professional DJs."
DJ-1800 version 3.0 also includes the following new features:
  • Support for new controllers, including the PCDJ DAC-3
  • New Setup Assistant
  • Universal Binary for native Intel support
DJ-1800 tell us that they are aware of an audio dropout problem on Mac OS 10.5.x with Pitch Lock turned on - they know the cause of it, and are actively working on a fix to be released very soon. Anyone running v3.0 on Mac OS 10.4.x, in any other output mode on 10.5.x, or not using Pitch Lock on 10.5.x will not experience the problem.
Pricing and Availability:
The full version of v3.0 retails at $80.
Users who have previously bought DJ-1800 can upgrade to version 3 of the software for $20.
More information and downloadable demo:
  • www.dj1800.com More From: DJ-1800
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