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  • November 2, 2008

    iDJ reviews djay

    "A whole new experience in DJ software"

    iDJ Logo

    The International DJ Magazine (iDJ) did a comprehensive review of djay in their November issue:

    Basically an Apple Mac plus djay equals two onscreen, fully scratchable turntables that are iTunes-compatible and come with a whole host of effects and sampling functions.

    And they liked what they saw:

    algoriddim have embraced the richness the OS X system to offer the DJ a whole new experience in DJ software. There are no compromises for cross-platform compatibility here — djay even looks like a Mac program. What really excites me is that algoriddim has embraced the more advanced audio processing capabilities that OS X has to offer.

    To which we say: they nailed it. Read the full djay review, then get your personal DJ for iTunes!

  • August 11, 2008

    djay 2.1.3 released

    Recently, changes in the iTunes 7.7.1 update from Apple made djay unable to load album artwork from iTunes. We’ve now released djay 2.1.3, which incorporates changes to allow djay yet again load album artwork from iTunes. Use the automatic update check in djay or download the new version from our website!

  • August 4, 2008

    djay Arrives at Retail Stores in Japan

    djay Retail Box in Japan

    We’re excited to let you know that djay is now available in retail stores in Japan through our partner Vestax Corporation.

    Last weekend, Vestax kicked off the introduction of djay with an event at Yodobashi Camera—a large electronics store in Tokyo, where they demoed djay for two days together with staff from Apple.

  • July 29, 2008

    djay 2.1.2 released

    Another minor though awesome release which mainly sports an improved Automix mode and a bunch of new and improved keyboard shortcuts. Download your update or free demo now!

  • July 9, 2008

    Mac Audio Guy on djay

    Mac Audio Guy

    Back in February, audio engineer, composer and sound designer Jay Shaffer aka Mac Audio Guy did a great podcast on digital DJ software with an overview of DJ software available for the Mac. Of course, djay wasn’t missing and here’s what Jay has to say about djay:

    djay is the best DJ software for the Mac, better than applications that cost 10 times as much.

    Jay is also using djay to do live DJ sets in Second Life over Shoutcast, which we think is really cool. Way to go, Jay!

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