CrossDJ For iPad Updated

Mixvibes adds new features with version 1.1      20/03/13

Mixvibes has updated CrossDJ for iPad to version 1.1. Here's their press release with the details as they see it...

Mix everywhere
as you may already know CrossDJ for iPad is designed on pro DJ standards (jog wheels, Cue/Play/Sync, full-fledged mixer, sync meter, beatgrid editing, etc...) but in a very intuitive interface and therefore easy to start djing with.

Best audio quality on iOS

The app uses the best algorithms available on the market, so the sound is crystal-clear. The quality of the audio output has never been so high on an iPad.
MixVibes proves it again with the new keylock function.

Keylock : mix everything with everything
No matter how much you change the tempo of your track, the tone will remain unchanged (without any distortion), the music will stay harmonious.
Keylock is useful when you mix different music genres. Indeed, 2 tracks from different genre have very different BPMs.
This functionnality allows you to feel completely free and mix various music.
At the end of the day, you are more focused on your mix, and less on the technology.


What's new in version 1.1

- Keylock.
- Faster library browsing.
- Tapping on the vinyl when no song is loaded opens up the collection to load a song.
- Master knob is linked to the iDevice volume buttons.
- Optimized delay effect.
- Cue / Play swipe.
- New settings: Security, Pitch bend.
- Various bug fixes and enhancements.

Pricing and Availability:
available on iPad (8.99 € / $9.99)
Update is free.

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