Starnberg, Germany – May 19, 2008: Within just a few days after the release of the new version of djay, more than 40.000 interested users have downloaded the demo version of the software. This exceptional interest has resulted in djay becoming the No.1 most-downloaded 3rd-party software on Apple’s own “Downloads” page. djay’s maker, algoriddim, last week introduced a major update of it’s successful turntable-style mixing application for Mac OS X as the first software to use multi-touch gestures on the trackpad for mixing music and scratching records like on a traditional turntable/mixer duo.
“We are overwhelmed by the great response to the introduction of our unique multi-touch feature,” says Karim Morsy, CEO of algoriddim. “Our users just love the new ability to use intuitive finger motions to mix their music and scratch their MP3s like vinyl records. It seems like this is just what music lovers have been waiting for.”
algoriddim last week also presented a video showing the new multi-touch capabilities of djay. The video is available on the djay website at:
Pricing and Availability
djay 2.1 is available for EUR 39.99 or US$ 49.99 from the algoriddim website, where users can also download a demo version of the software. For more information, please visit www.djay-software.com.
djay is a groundbreaking digital audio player and music mixing software for Mac OS X. It seamlessly integrates with your iTunes library, allowing you to mix your digital music collection with its multi-touch-enabled realistic dual-turntable interface. In djay’s Automix mode, music can be automatically mixed using DJ-style transitions. Users can perform live, record their mixes, and even send them over the Bonjour network to other connected djays in real-time.
algoriddim is a Germany-based software company that specializes in developing Mac music applications for the next generation. With expertise in both the music and software engineering fields, algoriddim creates innovative software with a stunning user experience.
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