Do You Use djay On The iPad? Let Us Help You!

Phil Morse | Founder & Tutor
Read time: 2 mins
Last updated 5 April, 2018

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With all your local music, Spotify integration and a whole host of powerful features, djay 2 for iPad is a great new way to learn to DJ. Today, we want to know how you’re getting on with it.

Are you one of the millions of users of Algoriddim’s djay 2.5 for iPad? We’re preparing a training course to help beginners to DJ using djay 2.5, and in order to make the course as useful as possible, we’d like you to tell us what you’re struggling with the most learning to DJ using djay.

Maybe you can’t get your music into the software properly? You’re overwhelmed by the millions of tunes out there that you can access via Spotify and play on it? You’re struggling with beatmatching, or the key mixing functions, or playlists? Or you’re finding it hard to use the effects, or the loops? Or, perhaps you want to know how to connect everything up to DJ using the app like a “pro”? You need help with getting your headphones and speakers plugged in, knowing what accessories you need to “complete” your djay 2.5 / iPad DJ system?

Whatever it is you’re finding your biggest challenge right now on djay 2.5, we want to know! We’re going in all guns blazing on this project – we’re doing a full video training series, and we’re going to be delivering the course in an innovative, iPad-friendly format – but it all counts for nothing if we don’t hit the “pain points” and solve your problems. What’s more, we’re going to pick our ten favourite replies to this post and give you all a free copy of the course when it’s finished – plus, we’ll try and help you “here and now” by answering you directly below – so it’s a win-win…

So, over to you: If you have djay 2.5 on your iPad, and you’re trying to learn the basics of DJing on it (or you’re already a DJ just trying to get to grips with iPad DJing), let us know where you need help the most in the comments below!

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