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    Soda for iOS - Create & Spin 

    Soda is a new app that was just released on the App Store Ė it lets you easily design your own user interface which you can then DJ with. Itís developed by Zerodebug, the same developer of the d(Ė)b modular DJ app on the iPad. You can have up to eight track decks complete with zoomable waveforms, transport and mixer controls, and up to 16 cue points. There are five effects onboard: Delay, Reverb, Phaser, Flanger, and EQ, and you can use up to two Send FX chains for adding effects to multiple tracks simultaneously. Sync and manual beatmatching controls are available, and the software is Midi-mappable to any Midi controller connected to your iOS device.

    Posted by Mr3 at 22:28 on 12-12-2017 and has been viewed 605 times.
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    Maschine finally gets real-time timestretching 

    Maschine is finally getting real-time timestretching of loops in a new update coming December. In a video posted on their YouTube channel, Native Instruments teased the new update and although real-time timestretching is the main event, other features like loop hot-swapping, allowing you to switch out the loop youíre playing and drop in another all without missing a beat.

    Posted by Mr3 at 22:42 on 04-12-2017 and has been viewed 626 times.
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    Streaming Service Pulselocker Shuts Down 

    Pulselocker, the DJ-focused music streaming service, just announced that it is ceasing operations. In an email sent out to users, Pulselocker cited ďa combination of market circumstances and financial constraintsĒ as the reasons for shutting down.

    Pulselocker steadily gained traction these past few years, gaining integration within DJ software like Serato DJ, Rekordbox DJ, and Virtual DJ. It was one of only two music streaming services which allowed you to legally stream songs for public performance. Virtual DJís online music service is the other, which is split among three plans from different providers: Music (provided by iDJ Pool), Karaoke (DigiTrax and Karaoke Cloud), and Video (VJPro).


    Posted by Mr3 at 13:29 on 14-11-2017 and has been viewed 665 times.
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    Traktor 2.11.1 Brings Track Colour Coding 

    Native Instruments just released an update to its Traktor Pro 2 software. Version 2.11.1 adds the ability to colour code a track in Traktorís browser which shows up in all your playlists and Traktor library searches. Stability improvements and minor fixes have also been implemented, including a simple way to save Remix Deck Sets.

    Traktor Pro 2 has been around for a while now, and the last major update to the software came in the form of Stems back in 2015. While it was a solid, well-executed idea that was fully supported

    Posted by Mr3 at 13:26 on 14-11-2017 and has been viewed 703 times.
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    Ableton update Live to version 9.7.5 

    Ableton have updated their popular DAW software Live to version 9.7.5, fixing some simple bugs and adding Control Surface support for Roli Blocks. Following last weekís announcement of the addition of Roliís Launchpad M to the Blocks family, itís not natively supported as controller within Live.

    Posted by Mr3 at 17:19 on 24-10-2017 and has been viewed 502 times.
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    Apple launches iPhone products 

    Later today Apple will stream the launch of the new iPhone products. Find out more below. The leaked iOS 11, iPhone X & iPhone 8 / 8+ will be discussed.

    Posted by Mr3 at 13:14 on 12-09-2017 and has been viewed 1416 times.
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    Serato Releases DJ/Producer Sample Plugin 

    Serato just released Serato Sample, a plugin for DJ/producers looking for an easy way to chop, stretch, and key shift music files. It has an interface that will be familiar to Serato DJ users consisting of a waveform display and 16 hot cue pads, and it uses Serato's own Pitch 'n Time algorithm for time stretching and pitch shifting. It works within digital audio workstations (DAWs) like Ableton Live, FL Studio and Logic Pro.

    Serato Sample works by allowing you to assign up to 16 cue points in a piece of audio such as a loop, one shot, or even an entire song. Each cue point can be manipulated in a number of ways, such as changing its pitch, and speeding it up or slowing it down. You then trigger cue points using your mouse, computer keyboard, a pad controller like the Push 2, Maschine, Novation Launchpad, or any other Midi-enabled controller.

    Posted by Mr3 at 14:29 on 01-08-2017 and has been viewed 1455 times.
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    Best DJ Controller for Beginners 

    The DJ controller is now at the forefront of the digital dj era, and there are more than enough to choose from. At last count as of this post, there were more than 120 DJ controllers from major manufacturers, and most of them offer something different. So as someone who is just starting out, we wouldn't be surprised that it's difficult to decide on the best dj controller for beginners. Thankfully, we've got lots of experience in this department, and we'll help clear a few things up.

    Before you get started, it's important to gain a bit of an idea of what you're looking for. With such a saturated area of the DJ world, you'll get lost in the features, and be completely indecisive as to what you need and what you don't need. It can almost be intimidating as well, with some controllers costing nearly $2,000 (which may not represent the budget of a beginner DJ), and some costing under $100 (which may not have the right features). So read through this, and hopefully, you'll have an idea of what's right for you soon enough.

    Posted by Mr3 at 11:07 on 21-07-2017 and has been viewed 992 times.
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    Stanton refreshes it's line of flagship DJ Turntable 


    Stanton just released two new turntables, the ST.150 M2 and STR8.150 M2. They have been redesigned from the ground up, and feature a new, heavy-duty aluminium housing that makes them lighter than their predecessors. Stanton also updated the face of the turntables by moving controls around to make the decks less cluttered.

    Posted by Mr3 at 10:23 on 27-06-2017 and has been viewed 1446 times.
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    Zedd releases his own headphones 

    Zedd's new headphones, created in partnership with Japanese tech company Double Zero, are now available to buy online.
    The US star announced the project earlier this month, saying he wanted to "create headphones that donít only look and feel incredible but also sound REAL".
    The cans are available to buy now from the Double Zero website for $199.99 USD.

    Posted by Mr3 at 12:51 on 29-04-2017 and has been viewed 1495 times.
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