Finding the perfect next track to mix has always been one of the biggest challenges for DJs, and it doesn’t get easier when you’ve got millions of tracks to choose from. So we’re introducing Match, an innovative, first-of-its-kind feature that recommends tracks that go well with what you are currently playing - allowing users of any skill level to create professional sounding mixes. Match, powered by Spotify’s recent acquisition The Echo Nest, provides unprecedented track recommendations based on danceability, BPM, key, music style, and how well the song mixes with the currently playing track.
Want to lean back with a perfect music mix at your next party? The all-new Automix Radio in djay picks tracks that go well with each other, but also automatically mixes these tracks for you with beat-matched,
Spotify integration in djay includes all of your existing playlists and starred tracks; powerful search capabilities, charts, browse (by genres, moods, DJs); and Match (for song recommendation).
Users can seamlessly switch between Spotify and their existing local iTunes library, as well as mix tracks from both of these sources simultaneously.
Over 30 new desktop-class audio effects powered by Sugar Bytes are available via In-App Purchase. These new beat-synchronized effects bring unprecedented creative expression to DJs on iOS and support real-time audio manipulation of both local tracks from iTunes and streamed tracks from Spotify.
Powerful audio streaming technology, ultra-low latency, advanced effects, on-the-fly analysis (key, BPM, beat grids, colored waveforms), all processed and streamed from the cloud, with no noticeable difference to local files.
djay supports a wide range of professional DJ gear, allowing users to mix tracks from the cloud using tactile knobs, buttons and jog wheels. Algoriddim’s djay 2 app is powered by exclusive hardware from Pioneer, Numark, Vestax, Reloop, Philips, Casio, and Griffin.
For the first time, Spotify Premium users are able to instantly mix millions of tracks on professional DJ hardware.