It’s been two years in the making, but last week we finally launched our first iBook, How To DJ on Your iPad (& iPhone) – which promptly went to number one on the iBook Store in the UK, Sweden and the Netherlands, and even managed to hit #8 in the USA! And you can have it right now for 50% off…
Mixvibes has released a significant update to its Cross DJ app for iOS devices. Now at 2.0, the latest version gives Cross DJ a cosmetic overhaul as well as an under-the-hood tune up: Simple, solid colours have taken the place of greys and gradients, and the app is now 50% smaller in file size.
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.
Vestax’s V-Midi not only does it solve the lack of Midi issue for owners of iPhones and iPod Touches, but goes a stage further, adding a high quality stereo audio output too. We take a closer look…
To the upper echelons of DJ headphones, where luxury models breathe the rarefied air and look down on the mid-range masses and the lower-end wannabes, has been added a new design: the Ultrasone Signature DJ.
Rapidly becoming the iOS power user’s DJ software of choice, DJ Player is about to cement that position with the imminent release of v5.5, which brings digital vinyl control to users of the software on iPad, iPad Mini, iPod Touch and iPhone.
Back in June this year, vjay for iPad grabbed our attention with its clever pairing of a djay-style interface with powerful video mixing on an iPad. Pretty impressively, with vjay for iPhone & iPod Touch, maker Algoriddim has now managed to streamline the vjay app interface to work on a much smaller screen