This week the folks at Algoriddim have updated their DJAY Pro app for Mac to include Spotify integration. This is the first time a professional DJ application has included such a connection, this giving laptop DJs instant access to well over 20 million tunes. This system continues to work with iTunes as well, allowing Mac computers to preview, search, queue, seek history, and work with the system’s own light/dark switch. The system you’re looking at is DJAY Pro, working with turntables, waveforms, a sampler, and four decks.
This major update to the DJAY Pro system’s new four deck mixing brings on crossfader assignments and both horizontal and vertical alignments – you can choose 2-deck or 4-deck setups as well.
You’ve got live sampling, presents editing, and pre-bundled content. Recording includes both AAC and WAV as well as iTunes export files. This system is designed to allow sync, looping, skipping, slip, beat grinds, and cue points for full-on DJ rolling on a laptop.
The newest update to DJAY Pro works with over 50 MIDI controllers, MIDI learn, and multi-channel USB audio. You’ll be able to purchase 30 audio effects by Sugar Bytes as well – in an in-app purchase), and you’ll be able to chain effects together at will.
This system will cost users a cool $49.99 USD today. This updated system is available immediately. You can also purchase DJAY for iPad and iPhone.