A new iPad DJ app, DJ Player Pro, has just been released, and brings support for Native Instruments’ multitrack Stems format. A more feature-packed variant of the DJ Player iOS app, DJ Player Pro also boasts an overhauled user interface, and cloud storage for cue points.
While you won’t be seeing an iPad as the digital system du jour just yet, you can expect more folk to consider the platform as an option for mixing while on holiday or in transit thanks to its growing sophistication.
Renegade iOS DJ software maker iMect has announced the latest version of its iPad and iPhone software, DJ Player, promising a host of new features
In a major update, DJ Player – the self-confessed “ugliest and hardest to learn” iOS DJ software – has been completely revamped for v7, with performance improvements but also a total visual overhaul.
The latest version of this powerful DJ software for iOS sports a completely redesigned interface and some powerful new features.
With streaming music services revolutionising the way people access music, it was only a matter of time before someone got a streaming music service right there inside an iOS DJ app. This is exactly what iMect, the maker of DJ Player for iPad, has done in the imminent new version of that app. By plugging music streaming service Deezer in to DJ Player, the company has neatly offered iPad DJs immediate access to many millions of tunes.