Djay Pro Brings Powerful Mixing Tools To The iPad Pro

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Music creation software on mobile devices is becoming increasingly common, especially with mobile devices becoming more powerful and able to handle things like recording and music mixing.

The latest app to take advantage of this is djay Pro, which was created by the developers behind the djay apps for OS X and iOS. These developers, called Aloriddim, have developed the new app in the djay line to take advantage of the new large iPad Pro screen size.

djay Pro, according to Algoriddim, is designed for professionals, but the interface is easy enough to understand for those who are just learning how to DJ as well. In fact, the interface was built in a way that enables users to change how controls are presented, so that as the user increases in skill level, he or she can also dive into more complex features.

The app is aimed at offering all the tools that a professional will need. Users will find two decks and a range of mixing features, but they can incorporate as many as four decks into their workflow if they want. Decks can be displayed vertically or horizontally, enabling for the mixing of up to four tracks at once.

Users can incorporate music from their iCloud library, Dropbox, Spotify and so on, enabling them to manipulate audio no matter where the files are stored. The app also offers a song recommendation engine, and will suggest to the user tracks that might go well with what they are already playing.

djay Pro also incorporates video features from another app offered by the company, vjay. This enables users to create video mashups that can be put to the song mixes. Users can sync the video to the audio, as well as manipulate visual effects that mimic light effects.

 While the app was developed mainly for the iPad Pro, it can also be used on on the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 4.

You can download djay Pro for yourself from the App Store, however, it isn’t free. The app currently costs $19.99, but that price is set to go up to $29.99 in the near future.

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