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I have been deejaying steadily since 1994. I still have my Technic 1200 MKII turntables and my Numark mixer. My studio is filled with the remaining vinyl I decided I would keep indefinitely. I remember the transition from vinyl, to integrating CDs, and the first time a fellow DJ came to the radio station I worked at with Serato. I spent time adding video spinning to my arsenal and have amassed a digital collection far surpassing my wax. I am in another transition finding new ways to use my iPad Pro or completely switch over from my MacBook Pro. Djay has given me the ability to break free. I played at a comedy concert last month and the sound engineer was amazed. He could not believe that I was actually able to pull it off and sound good doing it! As a music producer, having the loops available is great too. Only thing I would like to see is the ability to add my own loops and samples. I have custom artist DJ drops and radio station sweepers I desperately need to have available. Other than that is still a 5 star piece of artillery.
I previously wrote an angry review with one star for this app. I am seriously annoyed with companies switching to a subscription model instead of supporting apps or desktop applications people have already paid for and expected support for. That said, I am updating my review and rating due to the fact that this update is excellent. It’s the best DJ app on iOS. For 4 stars, I implore Algoriddim GmbH to allow for more comprehensive editorial of the beat grid. Bonus points for allowing the user to create new audio files with truncated versions of tracks. Some songs have sliding, evolving, or distinct tempo sections. “Batdance” by Prince is a great example. There’s basically another song embedded in the middle of that track. As a vinyl DJ I understand that skill can overcome these limitations, but as an Apple customer who just bought a powerful new iPad Pro, I want my machine to use all it’s processor power to make my life easier and to free up my brain goo processor for other creative activities (microphone banter, visuals, dance-offs, etc). For 5 stars, make this app compatible with Audiobus technology (like DJ Pro is/was). I would also suggest, if they are receptive, ask Ableton if “DJ” can read .ALS files so that all the warp marking labor undertaken by users can be interpreted non-destructively (ie: without rendering a new audio file). Keep up the good work.
This app is how I listen to music; I barely even use the music app anymore. I like the wide range of effects I can choose from, I like the malleability of the software when it comes to changing tempo and almost everything else. Lastly, I absolutely love how you can see the tempos and keys of songs while you're selecting one in your library and that you can change the pitch or keep it the same, even when you need to tweak the BPM a bit. However, no great app is without its flaws. First off, there has been a recurring bug even since Djay 2 was a thing, where the app would mislabel the artist of quite a few of the songs in the music library. For example, the song "Astrocat" by an artist called PIXL is labeled by the app under a different artist in my library, for example, "Droptek and Tut Tut Child." Second off, I have a question. Djay 2 had a feature where you could record your own samples and make your own sample packs. It doesn't say whether this comes with pro features or not. Is that a pro features thing or was it removed entirely? Again, I love the app, but just a few bugs may need to be fixed.
I have owned every version of the Djay app. I also own the Vjay app. The previous versions have been great. This new version has been a big disappointment. Too many bugs. The visuals do not work properly, there is a huge pause when trying to pull up my music lists of songs and when playing the loops the visuals pause. My music videos also pause. I own 2 iPad Pro’s and both are having the same issues. It appears this new version is pulling visuals from my previous Djay Pro app on one deck and the other deck will not play visuals at all. The visual issue started with the recent update. The pausing problem has been an issue from the beginning. At this point it is not reliable enough for me to renew my subscription. Update: I remain a huge fan of this app. I continue to use it as my main source when DJing events. The visual bugs have been fixed. I look forward to any and all improvements and continued additions to the app.
If anyone used the previous generation of the djay series and was in fact following along with the forum, you should be aware that they were willing to add more ideas such as ableton link to djay pro. However, the devs showed up once to support it never since. Well, Now we know why. They weren’t talking on the forum because they knew that they wanted to get more money off features that were requested. It’s important to note that the djay series has been attractive because it was a one-time payment app that beat all other one-time payment djing app. This, however, defeats the trust of the djay series. Even with the 83% off for djay pro users, it’s still outrageous that you pay $9.99 for a year worth of djay, when there are better alternatives at that price range such as the soda. For those of you trying out the djay app for the first time, don’t bother with this one even if it seems very attractive. Get alternatives or the older djay pro. They are only missing a few things and often times they’re cheaper than $9.99 for a one-time payment.
Developed by algoriddim GmbH.
djay - DJ App & Mixer is ranking in Music & Entertainment
Last update was at Dec 11, 2019and the current version is 3.2.7.
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djay - DJ App & Mixer have a 14 509a user reviews.
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