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  • October 7, 2015

    How To DJ On Your iPad & iPhone - Now available on iBooks.

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    The book serves as a standalone and complete guide to DJing as a hobby or profession, aimed at both complete beginners and those new to digital DJing. It covers all aspects of the craft, from standing out through your music choices, to how to get booked, even how to deal with pre-gig nerves – plus lots of ideas for furthering your DJing after you’ve successfully played your first public set. Get it from the iBook Store today.

  • September 11, 2015

    Win tickets for Apple Music Festival

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    Apple Music Festival is a full-volume celebration of live music, with free performances for artists we love. Local fans can win tickets to see the gigs in person while fans around the world can watch live for free on Apple Music. Enter contest and win free tickets for Apple Music Festival in London

  • September 1, 2015

    Introducing djay Pro 1.2 - Innovative trackpad gesture control and native support for more DJ controllers

    We’ve released a massive update to djay Pro, free to all existing users, with two important additions to the software.

    First up are a significant number of newly supported plug and play controllers. In addition to supporting the Pioneer DJ CDJ-2000nexus, CDJ-900nexus, and XDJ-1000 media players, djay Pro now has seamless plug and play integration with the Pioneer DJ DDJ-SB, DDJ-SR, DDJ-SX, DDJ-SX2, and DDJ-SZ controllers. Numark’s range is catered for too with the addition of the brand new new Mixtrack and Mixtrack Pro 3, as well as the established N4 controller. For the first time users of any of these controllers can mix millions of songs from Spotify’s extensive music catalogue using their existing equipment.

    Moreover, djay Pro now introduces advanced, first-of-its-kind trackpad gesture control fully leveraging Multi-Touch and Force Touch technologies built into Apple’s modern laptops. A range of two finger gestures work with the majority of on-screen controls such as mixer, tempo faders, filter, EQ, FX, offering the opportunity for greater accuracy, tactile feel, and artistic expression. In addition to the existing scratch gesture, it’s now possible to spin forward and back with a simple two finger circular motion, closely emulating forward and backward cueing on a turntable. The same gesture control can be applied to the overview waveform, which now becomes a strip search feature, as well as the FX pad which is seamlessly mapped onto the dimensions of the trackpad.

    djay Pro is available on the Mac App Store for $49.99.

    We’re looking forward to your continued feedback via the djay Facebook page or @Algoriddim on Twitter.

  • July 16, 2015

    DJ Rasp with djay Pro and Pioneer XDJ-1000

    DMC Champion DJ Rasp takes it to the next level in this new turntablism routine, using djay Pro and two Pioneer XDJ-1000s.

    Algoriddim has partnered with Pioneer to give you seamless integration of djay Pro with the CDJ-2000nexus, CDJ-900nexus, and XDJ-1000, the worldwide club standard for professional DJs. Access your Spotify and iTunes playlists directly from the CDJ’s and XDJ’s screens.

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    djay Pro is available on the Mac App Store for $49.99.

    We’re looking forward to your continued feedback via the djay Facebook page or @Algoriddim on Twitter.

  • July 8, 2015

    Casio XW-DJ1 Trackformer DJ-Controller

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    We are excited to announce our collaboration with Casio on the next generation DJ controller XW-DJ1 for Mac, iPad, and iPhone.

    The XW-DJ1 is a battery-powered, all-in-one compact DJ controller with a built-in speaker. Easy to carry, the XW-DJ1 lets you perform wherever you are without any fuss. Thanks to an original, symmetric, single-disk design, it allows you to DJ easily whether right- or left-handed. The XW-DJ1 is equipped with a 7-inch wide scratch disk that simulates the grooves on analog records. It feels as if you’re spinning an actual vinyl record, enabling the lifelike scratching of a turntablist.

    We’re looking forward to your continued feedback via the djay Facebook page or @Algoriddim on Twitter.

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