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July 25, 2013

๐Ÿ“€ djay 2.0 App Transforms your iPad into an Amazing Full Fledged DJ Audio system. Do you like playing with your music? If so with your iPhone or iPad, you should download djay 2.0 soon, because it’s one of the most fun applications on the App Store, bar none. In December 2010 we called djay a favorite iPad app; with djay v2 this continues the tradition. To begin with the Bottom-Line, (A) this App is really easy to begin using and (2) if you really want to make a "statement" at your next party, connect a HDMI cable from your iPad to your Large Screen TV and show off your djay App, and let it play all night…

๐Ÿ“€ Even though it’s actually a professional-level App that’s used by a number of pro DJs around the world, what makes djay 2.0 compelling is that it’s extremely easy to use. It’s as easy as picking tracks from your music library for deck 1 and deck 2 and then scratching and cross-fading one track into another. And when your done spinning, simply touch the Automix button to have two playlists mixed automatically so that you can grab a drink and mingle with your guests. Even if you don’t have a clue on what to do, just play with it, you cannot hurt anything.

๐Ÿ“€ Djay 2.0 is a complete rewrite of the original djay App from the ground up. Although it looks like djay v1 at first glance, it’s improved in almost every respect. The main "vinyl" view, which is still our favorite, is skeuomorphism done right.

๐Ÿ“€ Nothing beats the tactile interface of a record on a turntable, it’s such a simple and natural interface that both my kids, took to it instantly. Just drop a record on the turntable then spin it, drag it around, and move the needle. Djay’s author Algoriddim, took it up a notch by adding realistic grooves in the vinyl which show where tracks start and end and where the pitch changes in individual tracks, just like real vinyl.

๐Ÿ“€ The Sync button, which syncs the BPM (beats per minute) of two tracks, received a major upgrade too. Instead of a one-time sync, djay 2.0 keeps both tracks in perfect sync throughout your crossfade, continually stretching tracks so that they stay in sync and sound smooth across your mix.

๐Ÿ“€ One of the big new features is a beautiful new waveform layer, which allows you to visualize and interact with your music with a whole new level of detail and clarity. Old School decks are replaced by HD waveforms that give you a live scrolling view of your tracks. Distinct color-coding of similar sounds provides visual cues not previously available and all of djay 2.0’s interfaces take advantage of the full resolution of the iPad and iPhone’s Retina display

๐Ÿ“€ The built-in sampler in djay 2.0 alone is worth the price of admission. It rounds out an already amazing App and provides another tool that aspiring and Pro DJs can use to sweeten their mix. While a track is playing simply touch the little grid icon in the center of the screen and the decks (or waveforms) slide away to reveal a series of drum pads that can be used to pump up the jam.

๐Ÿ“€ Djay 2.0 includes three high-quality sample packs (Essentials, Sound FX, and Dubstep). The best part is that you’re not limited to just those, djay 2.0 allows you to create your own samples on-the-fly from your iTunes library which can then be saved and reloaded later.

๐Ÿ“€ Algoriddim spent a lot of time on the re-designed music browser and it shows. Finding tracks is much easier in this release and you can easily build a playlist for the perfect set. Djay 2.0 now keeps track of what you’ve played and allows you to preview tracks inline. You can also swipe tracks into your playlist, make the browser full screen, and even dim it to a dark "club mode" so that it doesn’t scorch your retinas like the solar white backgrounds can.

๐Ÿ“€ Overall djay 2.0 is the App that we are most excited about this summer and I can’t wait to use it for a house party soon. It’s the perfect music App for users of all ages because it allows you to touch and feel your music in ways you never thought possible, and sound good doing it. Djay 2.0 (priced at $0.99 for iPhone, and only $4.99 for iPad) is less than half-price for only one week, so grab it (especially the iPad version) before the price goes up.

๐Ÿ“€ djay transforms your iPad into a fullโ€“fledged DJ system and seamlessly integrates with your music library, giving you direct access to all your favorite tracks and playlists on your iPad. A hyperโ€“realistic touchscreen interface and ultra lowโ€“latency converge to offer you a true professional mixing experience, all with your own music. You can perform live, record mixes onโ€“theโ€“go, or enable Automix mode and let djay mix your favorite playlist from your music library automatically.

๐Ÿ“€ With unprecedented easeโ€“ofโ€“use and innovative multiโ€“touch mixing features, djay for iPad brings DJing to the next level, offering a unique experience for beginners and professionals alike.
โœ” Direct access to music library on your iPad
โœ” Hyper-realistic low-latency turntable interface
โœ” Automix mode
โœ” Automatic beat and tempo matching (BPM sync)
โœ” Audio FX: Flanger, Phaser, Echo, Gate, Bit Crusher, Filter (High Pass, Low Pass)
โœ” Looping: Auto, Manual, and Bounce
โœ” Cue Point Trigger
โœ” Live Recording
โœ” Pre-Cueing with headphones (using optional Griffin DJ Cable)
โœ” High-quality scratching
โœ” Pitch-Bend
โœ” Mixer, tempo, and EQ controls
โœ” iCloud integration
โœ” AirPlay integration
โœ” Support for Numark’s iDJ Live MIDI Controller
โœ” Support for all major audio formats including MP3, AAC, WAV, AIFF (no support for DRM protected songs)
โœ” Fully optimized for iOS multitasking and background operation
โœ” Griffin DJ Cable designed exclusively for djay’s pre-cueing feature now available at the Apple Store or from the Griffin web site.

๐Ÿ“€ To play a track stored in iCloud with djay, please download it first by clicking the iCloud download button next to the track in the Music (iPod) app. You can also download entire playlists.

๐Ÿ“€ DRM Protected Songs Hint: djay supports the vast majority of audio files, such as MP3, M4A, AAC, WAV, AIF etc. including all songs available from the iTunes Store. However, songs purchased from the iTunes Store before 2009 were DRM protected and cannot be accessed by djay. If you still own such older files, you can upgrade these to DRM free (iTunes Plus) via iTunes.
โ˜… Auto-Cut Scratchingโ„ข: Scratch the record with two fingers for beat-matched cutting.
โ˜… Manual Fader Cutting: Tap crossfader outside the knob for manual cutting.
โ˜… Bounce Loop: Swipe finger across bounce loop matrix to change loop interval on-the-fly.
โ˜… Gain: Swipe finger on level meters to quickly adjust gain, double tap to reset.
โ˜… For more tips & tricks, check the Help section in the appโ€™s settings panel.

๐Ÿ“€ For the latest updates and to connect with the djay community:
โ€ข Follow @Algoriddim on Twitter
โ€ข Become a fan of djay on Facebook:

๐Ÿ“€ This is a link to a demo video:

๐Ÿ“€ To download this App:

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