Algoriddim’s djay Pro AI with Neural Mix technology. (Source: YouTube)
Algoriddim has introduced djay Pro AI, an upgrade to its popular DJing app for iOS, which is powered by Neural Mix technology. The tech allows DJs to separate a track’s vocals, drums, and harmonics in real time.
The ability to isolate these elements of a track expands the possibilities for creating live remixes, without needing pre-existing acapella or instrumental versions.
The public beta of Beatsource LINK is currently open to everyone. Sign up for a 30-day free trial here.
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In addition to Pioneer DJ‘s rekordbox software, the public beta of Beatsource LINK is now supported by Algoriddim’s djay app for both desktop and mobile. In this video overview, Mojaxx takes a look at how the open-format streaming platform works within the djay software.
Additionally, djay also supports Beatport LINK, which is geared towards DJs who spin electronic music.
The public beta of Beatsource LINK is now open to everyone. Sign up for a 30-day free trial here.
Watch Mo’s walkthrough above and click here to download Algoriddim djay.
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Beatsource LINK, the joint venture between DJcity and Beatport, has launched new integrations with Algoriddim‘s djay and djay Pro apps. The announcement follows the beta launch of Beatsource LINK in Pioneer DJ‘s rekordbox software in early May.
With a subscription to Beatsource LINK, open-format DJs can access millions of curated tracks and hundreds of playlists within their performance software. Premium subscriptions offer Beatsource LINK’s patented offline mode, which enables DJs to play their tracks without an internet connection.
Algoriddim, which has millions of customers, offers their djay app on iOS and Android devices, and their djay Pro app on Mac and Windows.
Beatport LINK, which is built on the same technology as Beatsource LINK, has also been integrated into djay and djay Pro.
Beatsource LINK in Algoriddim’s djay and djay Pro app. (Source: Beatsource)
Karim Morsy, co-founder and CEO of Algoriddim, said in the press release:
“We’re excited to partner with Beatport and Beatsource to bring the best in electronic and open-format music to millions of djay users. Having the entire Beatport and Beatsource catalogues right at your fingertips, including the top tracks played by the world’s top DJs, opens up a new gateway into the art form.”
DJs can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Beatsource LINK here.
This week’s news about Algoriddim’s new djay iOS app generated a lot of attention on DJcity. Now, DJcityTV’s Mojaxx has taken a “first look” at the app for a special episode of Tips and Tricks. Watch above.
German DJ company Algoriddim has announced a new, all-in-one iOS app for its award-winning djay software.
The company previously offered different apps for the iPhone and iPad. However, the new app is compatible with any device running iOS 11.2 or later. It is available as a free download and paid subscription.
Both versions have Spotify integration and support a number of official djay controllers like the Reloop Mixon 4 and Pioneer DJ DDJ-WeGO4.
The subscription version, priced at $4.99 a month, offers extra features like:
– Support for 50+ MIDI controllers from Pioneer DJ, Reloop, Numark, Denon DJ, and others
– Advanced MIDI learn system
– Video mixing
– Advanced media library including Dropbox integration
– Looper and sequencer
– Ableton Link
The new Djay app is available on the App Store. Customers who have purchased any previous iOS version are eligible for a discounted subscription, which is available as an in-app purchase.
Stay tuned for a first look from DJcityTV’s Mojaxx on Friday.
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There are a lot of DJ controllers on the market, but the Reloop Mixon 4 isn’t your standard device. Designed for Serato DJ and Algoriddim djay, the Mixon 4 can be used with both laptops and mobile devices. But does the Mixon 4’s versatility make it worth the purchase? Find out on this week’s episode of Tips and Tricks.
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