We’re really excited to officially announce our presence at Macworld Expo 2009! You’ll find the algoriddim team at booth #330 in the south hall, where we’ll of course demo djay and show some of the cool stuff you can do with it.
We’re thrilled to announce our redesigned website and djay 2.2, both of which can be controlled with Multi-Touch gestures on your trackpad*! The new djay version now allows you to control virtually every element of its user interface individually through Multi-Touch gestures on your notebook trackpad, including the turntables, all sliders, and even the music library.
Similar to using the iPod’s click-wheel, you can now use rotate gestures on the trackpad to quickly browse djay’s built-in iTunes library and throw a selected song on one of the turntables with a simple swipe gesture. Quickly scrub (seek) through a song using the rotate gesture on a turntable. And of course two-finger gestures allow scratching the virtual vinyl, crossfading between songs and now also adjusting speed, volume and equalizer sliders.
Oh, and did we mention it’s a free update for all registered users? Download the new version and go wild!
* And don’t forget to try the two-finger swipe on our homepage (requires Safari)!
The opening of the new Apple Store in Munich was celebrated last Friday by a huge crowd, which started rolling into the store at 10 am. People had been queueing up as early as 6 am to be among the first to visit the new store, which is the first Apple Store in Germany and only the 4th in continental Europe.
We managed to take a couple of pictures of the crowd and the store. The great news is that djay is among the few select software titles available in the store!
Give Good Food To Your Mac is a unique promotion that lets you build your own software bundle. The more you buy, the better the deal: you get 20% off when choosing 3 apps, and the discount increases up to 50% with 5 apps or more.
Check it out and order your menu — we’re excited to have djay be part of this feast. Available only until Dec 1, 2008!
We are very proud to work with the United Nations Children’s Fund to promote the health and well-being of children. At our first event in Munich we had great time sharing our passion for music mixing and easy to use software with local kids.
For all of you who couldn’t attend, here are some pictures from an inspiring day.