The Ultimate DJ App

algoriddim releases djay for iPhone David Guetta Edition      29/09/11

Buying Choices
David Guetta, superstar DJ and Producer, and algoriddim, winner of the 2011 Apple Design Award, have teamed up to bring you what they describe as the ultimate DJ app - packed with David Guetta's own beats and sounds.
This special edition contains exclusive David Guetta bonus material including twelve signature synth samples and drum beats, and five of Guetta's electro tracks from the deluxe editions of his new album Nothing But the Beat.
djay Features
  • Direct access to iPod library
  • Integrated David Guetta section with 5 bonus tracks
  • Live Sampler with 12 exclusive David Guetta signature sounds (6 synths + 6 drum beats)
  • Hyper-realistic low-latency turntable interface
  • Exclusive portrait (single deck) and landscape modes
  • Automix mode with automatic transition control (Fade, Backspin, Reverse, Brake, and Random)
  • Automatic beat and tempo matching (BPM sync)
  • Looping (Auto, Manual, and Bounce)
  • Cue Point Trigger
  • Live Recording
  • Seamless AirPlay integration (wirelessly transmit your mix to Apple TV or AirPort Express base station)
  • Pre-Cueing (with optional headphone adapter)
  • Full visual waveform
  • High-quality scratching
  • Mixer, tempo, and EQ controls
  • Pitch-Bend
  • Beat-synchronized scrubbing
  • 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
Pricing and Availability:
$7.99 More information:

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