DJ Scratching On A Mac

Algoriddim’s djay 2.1 now features multi-touch trackpad scratching & mixing      14/05/08

DJ Scratching On A Mac


Algoriddim have announced the new version 2.1 of djay, their digital audio player for Macs that combines iTunes integration with a realistic dual turntable interface.
They tell us that with this release, you can now use multi-finger trackpad gestures to scratch songs, apply effects, and crossfade just as you would on a real turntable and mixer. It works on all Mac notebooks with two-finger scrolling.
Other noteworthy changes include:
  • Plug-and-play support for Vestax VCI-100 and VCM-100 DJ MIDI controllers
  • Improved keyboard shortcuts – many new shortcuts for EQ, Gain, and others
  • New “Duplicate Tableâ€� feature – duplicate a song from one turntable onto the other, where it will start playing synchronously with the original song
  • Improved equalizer slider ranges
  • Improved scratching velocity
  • And more…
Pricing and Availability:
EUR 39.99 / $49.99 USD More information:



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