Free DJ App

Rocudo releases DJ Studio for the iPad      08/06/12
Free DJ App

Rocudo has released DJ Studio, a free app for the iPad which they say is built to help you find and release your Inner DJ.
A spokesperson told Sonic State, "The idea is simple: we built a powerful DJ App which requires no skill to use and we packed it full of great Loops & Samples from top Artists & DJs. Then we folded in some advanced features and premium content options which you can unlock at your own pace."
  • Browse builit-in library of Loop & Samples and drop onto your 4x4 Deck
  • Tap Pads to play – auto-sync means you're always on the Beat
  • Manipulate Level, Mute and FX Send for each Pad
  • Mixer provides Level/Mute, EQ and FX Send on 4 independent channels
  • Delay FX Unit provided will autoset its parameters to match Tempo
  • Save your Sets and Record your Live Performances
  • Absolutely no experience required
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DJ No Skillz    Said...

'The idea is simple: we built a powerful DJ App which requires no skill to use"

Bravo. I hate anything that requires skill. I've always wanted to be a DJ but learning to beat-match and scratch records is hard and takes a lot of practice, not to mention talent! Thanks to DJ Studio I'm now a full-fledged DJ! And, best of all, it's free! Because if there's one thing I hate more than having to have skill to do stuff, it's having to pay money to do it. I feel sorry for all the suckers who worked hard to perfect their DJ skills. The joke's on you! I'm a DJ, too!

11-Jun-12 04:11 PM


Can you import acaapellas? Would be pure gold.

08-Jul-12 11:45 AM

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