djay Just Released For iPhone

Oh this is good, we totally loved and still love djay for the iPad but now it has been released for the iPhone too, oh oh oh. djay transforms your iPhone or iPod touch into a complete and portable DJ system, allowing you to mix your iPod music library on a hyper-realistic turntable interface. Perform live, record mixes on-the-go, or enable Automix mode and let djay mix your favorite playlist automatically. With unprecedented ease-of-use and innovative multi-touch mixing features, djay for iPhone breaks barriers in DJ technology and offers a unique experience for beginners and professionals alike.

Feature Highlights

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djay gives you instant access to all your existing songs and playlists on your iPhone or iPod touch. Browse your entire iPod music library and easily play, mix and scratch your favorite songs.

Automix your party

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One tap — hours of fun. Sit back and wow the audience at your next party. In Automix mode djay mixes your favorite iPod playlists with seamless DJ-style transitions.

Record your performance

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Capture your mix live — for your latest podcast, movie or photo slide show, or to make a classic “mixtape”. djay saves your recordings as high quality AIFF files and allows you to export them to Mac or PC via iTunes file sharing.

Mix in Portrait and Landscape

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With a simple rotation of your iPhone or iPod touch, djay’s intuitive dual turntable setup beautifully morphs to each turntable individually, allowing you to beat-match, adjust EQs, loop, and cue with even greater precision and control.

Thoroughly recommended – $9.99/Download

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