Serato just launched Pyro, an free iOS music playlist app aimed squarely at consumers (ie non-DJs). It can automatically arrange songs in a playlist according to how well they’d go together, and then you can leave it running throughout the entire party as it seamlessly mixes all the tunes you’ve picked.
A tiny Dutch company drew massive attention last year for a Kickstarter-funded project that promised physical knobs for your touchscreen device. Called Tuna Knobs, the small plastic knobs are fitted with suction cups for sticking on your iOS or Android device so you can finally tweak knobs instead of dragging with your fingers.
Lemur for the iPad lets you program your dream Midi controller on the iPad’s touchscreen surface. It can control virtually any DJ/production software, and you can download mappings or program yourself from scratch. It offers awesome potential for the adventurous digital DJ.
Pacemaker may have arrived at a solution to the problem of portable storage space while heralding the future of streaming, subscription based digital DJing that some pundits have casually mentioned since the advent of cloud computing.
Well who’d have thought it? The humble iPad, the butt of many DJs jokes has grown into a truly capable DJing platform, with DVS and everything! Here’s how to do it
This week sees the launch of a new app aimed squarely at the drum & bass enthusiast, called Junglator, that lets you mix and mash up tunes using just your iPhone.
Review: Blue Mikey Digital for iPhone & iPad A while ago we were asked by a reader, “How can I record my DJ set on my iPhone?” The initial answer was that this is not possible (iOS devices don’t have a line input). Plus, we reasoned, dedicated audio recorders are coming down in price all […]