djay Pro updated – algoriddim’s popular DJ app gets iOS11 tweaks

One of the first apps that I reviewed on the Music App Blog back in early 2012 was djay by algoriddim. As I said at the time, I don't lay any great claim to be a practicing DJ but the app - with its virtual decks, easy tempo matching and fun effects - is a ball to to use. It is, so a couple of my DJ friends tell me, also a pretty powerful platform for actually doing a live set and, hooked up to a decent hardware control surface, can easily form the control centre os a decent rig. Developer … [Read more...]

djay Pro updated – algoriddim’s popular DJ app gets some tweaks

One of the first apps that I reviewed on the Music App Blog back in early 2012 was djay by algoriddim. As I said at the time, I don't lay any great claim to be a practicing DJ but the app - with its virtual decks, easy tempo matching and fun effects - is a ball to to use. It is, so a couple of my DJ friends tell me, also a pretty powerful platform for actually doing a live set and, hooked up to a decent hardware control surface, can easily form the control centre os a decent rig. Developer … [Read more...]

djay Pro launched – algoriddim’s popular DJ app goes ‘pro’

One of the first apps that I reviewed on the Music App Blog back in early 2012 was djay by algoriddim. As I said at the time, I don't lay any great claim to be a practicing DJ but the app - with its virtual decks, easy tempo matching and fun effects - is a ball to to use. It is, so a couple of my DJ friends tell me, also a pretty powerful platform for actually doing a live set and, hooked up to a decent hardware control surface, can easily form the control centre os a decent rig. Developer … [Read more...]

djay 2 updated – algoriddim’s popular DJ app gets new features

One of the first apps that I reviewed on the Music App Blog back in early 2012 was djay by algoriddim. As I said at the time, I don't lay any great claim to be a practicing DJ but the app - with its virtual decks, easy tempo matching and fun effects - is a ball to to use. It is, so a couple of my DJ friends tell me, also a pretty powerful platform for actually doing a live set and, hooked up to a decent hardware control surface, can easily form the control centre os a decent rig. Developer … [Read more...]

djay 2 updated – algoriddim’s popular DJ app gets new features

One of the first apps that I reviewed on the Music App Blog back in early 2012 was djay by algoriddim. As I said at the time, I don't lay any great claim to be a practicing DJ but the app - with its virtual decks, easy tempo matching and fun effects - is a ball to to use. It is, so a couple of my DJ friends tell me, also a pretty powerful platform for actually doing a live set and, hooked up to a decent hardware control surface, can easily form the control centre os a decent rig. While I'm … [Read more...]

Seeing (RED) – iOS music apps support a worthy cause

While it is very easy to take a pop at some of the larger business structures that seem to run our world, it is always great when they get behind what is obviously a good cause. This week, Apple are making a big effort in support of (RED), the organisation founded by Bono and Bobby Shriver back in 2006 and aimed at supporting the fight against AIDS. To highlight World AIDS Day, both Apple, and a number of App developers, are selling (RED) branded versions of their apps - or IAPs within the … [Read more...]

djay 2 updated – algoriddim’s popular DJ app gets new features

One of the first apps that I reviewed on the Music App Blog back in early 2012 was djay by algoriddim. As I said at the time, I don't lay any great claim to be a practicing DJ but the app - with its virtual decks, easy tempo matching and fun effects - is a ball to to use. It is, so a couple of my DJ friends tell me, also a pretty powerful platform for actually doing a live set and, hooked up to a decent hardware control surface, can easily form the control centre os a decent rig. While I'm … [Read more...]