German developer Algoriddim has updated its djay Pro app for the iPhone and iPad with new artificial intelligence (AI)-powered features, leveraging the Neural engine in Apple silicon.
German developer Algoriddim is turning air DJing into a reality with an update to its djay Pro AI iPad app, now available on the App Store, which brings a new gesture control feature.
German developer Algoriddim, which creates the djay apps for DJ-ing, today launched a brand new app which promises to equip producers, DJs and musicians of all skill levels with artificial intelligence (AI)-based music editing.
German developer Algoriddim today unveiled djay Pro AI, a major update to its DJing app for the iPhone and iPad that brings a new machine learning-powered featured, dubbed Neural Mix.
Algoriddim's award-winning djay apps for iPhone, iPad and Mac have long offered integration with both Spotify and Apple Music, the two most popular music-streaming services, but now customers can take advantage of the newly-added SoundCloud and Tidal integration, too.
Digital DJ Tips recently reported that 50 years after the first moon landing, a European astronaut aboard the International Space Station has successfully performed the first DJ set ever from space with Algoriddim's top-rated djay app running on an iPad.
After more than eight years as a paid-for app, Algoriddim's djay for iOS is now offered as a free download with advanced features that used to be exclusive to paid versions, such as Spotify integration, the machine learning-based Automix AI engine and the classic mode with just two turntables and a mixer. They've also moved to an optional monthly subscription that brings pro-grade features to power users, including the ability to mix videos, use djay's music production tools and access Algoriddim's huge built-in library of loops, samples and visuals.
Algoriddim yesterday released its djay Pro 2 for Mac, a major release bringing, aside from other enhancements and new features, a brand new AI-driven Automix mode that works like magic.
German developer Algoriddim on Tuesday released djay Pro 2 for macOS on Mac App Store, a major new version of its award-winning app aimed at aspiring and professional DJs alike.
djay Pro, Algoriddim's award-winning iPhone, iPad and Mac app aimed at pro and wannabe DJs, is now available on PCs as a native Windows 10 application.
The app features built-in support for iTunes, Windows Media Player and Spotify music, plus Surface Studio and Surface Dial integration. Built specifically for Windows 10, djay Pro provides a complete toolkit for DJs of all skill levels.
Some of the more powerful features include pristine sound quality, high-definition waveforms, four decks and audio effects, as well as native support for external audio interfaces and over 60 MIDI controllers from Pioneer DJ, Reloop, Numark and others.
Algoriddim's Apple Design Award-winning djay Pro for macOS was updated on Mac App Store today with Pioneer DJ integration and other improvements. The app is now officially certified by Pioneer DJ to be used with their high end gear, including CDJ-2000NXS2/Tour setups via plug and play. “To our knowledge, djay Pro is the first third-party app to support Pioneer DJ’s Pro DJ Link technology, which means users connect up to four CDJs with their Pioneer mixer and control djay Pro through a single USB cable (mixer to Mac),” Algoriddim's Michael Simmons told me in an email message.
German developer Algoriddim today completed its lineup of apps for DJs by releasing djay Pro for iPhone following the launch of djay Pro for iPad a year ago and djay Pro for Mac two years ago.
The app puts the complete djay experience in the palm of your hand and provides some iPhone 7-specific features, like unique haptic feedback that lets you literally feel the beats while scratching and scrubbing the music, support for 3D Touch so you can quickly set a cue point by pressing and more.
djay Pro for iPhone is available on the App Store at the introductory sale price of $4.99.