Griffin Technology, the company behind all kinds of Mac and iOS accessories, has teamed up with Algoriddim to make a low-cost monitoring soundcard for mobile DJs.
Today's the day that you can DJ with music streaming from the 20-million-track-plus Spotify library. Algoriddim has partnered with Spotify to give Spotify Premium subscribers access to Spotify's music—as well as their playlists, starred tracks, and Inbox—from Algoriddim Djay 2 for iPad and iPhone. The launch also includes Match, a track-selection tool based on the Echo Nest's analysis of Spotify's library, a new Automix Radio features, and optional new effects for Djay 2 created by Sugar Bytes.
Taking full advantage of the new A7 64-bit processor in the lastest iPads from Apple, Algoriddim has quickly launched two new versions of their well-made iOS apps for DJs and VJs, djay and vjay respectively. In djay, users now have access to a pitch detection and shifting engine, dubbed Harmonic Match, which analyzes the keys […]
After yesterday’s concerning warning from Native Instruments, it’s good to see that two alternate DJ app developers are leading the way with new versions ready to go on iOS 7: DJ PLAYER 7.0 First up, DJ Player from iMect has had a complete rebuild from its previous version, offering a dramatically cleaner interface (the developer […]
Just showing up a few hours ago on our YouTube feed, we’ve got the latest teaser from Algoriddim of their new version of their DJ application, djay 2. All of the iOS DJ apps have been doubling down recently – with Traktor DJ’s latest update going free download this week and DJ Player offering a completely […]
Despite rampant success and focused development on the iOS platform, Algoriddim’s djay for Mac application continues to see updates, including today’s release of version 4.2. The new version brings a number of additions, including wireless Airplay playback to multiple audio devices and a number of new additions for MIDI controllers. Here’s the official press release […]
As the little $20 DJ software that could, Algoriddim Djay has been stepping up its hardware support game. Two compact new controllers — Vestax Spin 2 and Pioneer DDJ-WeGo — natively support Djay with a sub-$350 price tag and then divert from there. The Spin 2 directly connects to iPad and iPhone, but only for […]
We first marked the announcement of Pioneer’s consumer-level, multi-color DDJ-WeGO DJ controller back in August, just prior to its release. The unit sported a customized version of Virtual DJ at launch, but today Pioneer is showing off brand new support for using the controller with Algoriddim’s ever-popular application, djay for Mac. WeGO owners will need to download […]