Robman pointed me at a bunch of new DJ apps, a couple of which I hadn’t noticed yet, so I thought I’d do a bit of a round up of DJ apps of the last few days.
The first is Quixpin. I’ve seen a few apps that remind me of this one. The main drawback with this (and many others) is that you have to load you music in via wifi server rather than use the iPod library. I know that virtually all DJ apps have this problem at the moment, and that this is largely down to Apple’s restrictions, but it is an issue nonetheless. It has a nice looking interface though.
Next is Groovemaker
This app comes in a number of flavours, one of which is a free one. Groovemaker is a loop DJ app rather than one that works with whole tracks (I don’t know if that’s a proper distinction in DJ terminology). Anyway, I don’t know how this app stacks up against apps like Looptastic or SurfaceDJ, but I’ll give it a go using the free version and see.
Next is Hot Wax DJ player:
Anyway, there isn’t a free version of this so if you’ve got it or tried it please let me know what it is like.
Last but not least is ChopDJ
Anyway, I might give this a go soon.
Last of course is the forthcoming Amidio Touch DJ, but aside from the video for that track I can’t tell you anything at all.
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