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DJ


DJ
  • Publisher: Makayama.com
  • Genre: Music
  • Released: 8 Nov, 2010
  • Size: 19.4 MB
  • Price: $0.99
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Description

'DJ' is a cool music mixing tool for your phone. With direct iPod library access and AirPlay support!

You can compile and edit playlists, mix mp3s in realtime, both fully automatic, and manually. It allows you to play with your music collection, throw a dance party or just use it for fun.

On the touchscreen, you can set cue points of mp3 tracks, sort playlists, count the beats per minute and much more. It's like a virtual DJ mixing console, in the palm of your hand. Make smooth transitions from one music track to the other by setting the start- and end-points of every mp3 file on your phone. Create automatic playlists and watch the faders mix your tunes in realtime. Or mix manually at a any given moment.

No need to copy music to the app, like many other apps require, you have full and direct access to the mp3s on your phone.

AirPlay support let's you stream the music wireless to your stereo-set (Airport Express and iOS 4.2 required for AirPlay support).

Also included are 30 free sound effects, like explosions, horns, applause, jingles, and so on. The music can be played over the phone's speakers, via headphones or to an amplifier with a lead-out cable.

The integrated beatcounter lets you determine the speed of songs in beats-per-minute for optimal synchronisation.

There are two modes for the faders:

* Cross-fading. The two faders are linked together. When you slide one fader up, the other one goes down and vice-versa.

* Free-fading. The two faders can be moved independently.

Last night the DJ saved my life, yeah.

What's New in Version 1.1

bugfixes

Screenshots

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