I used up all my puns in the intro paragraph. Basically, here’s a tune playing off a tortilla on a record player. Happy Friday!
We know that some people who are called DJs really aren’t DJs. So why do we continue to give them this name? Dan ponders on calling them performers instead.
Cross DJ for Android is already great, but now it’s just a little bit greater. Version 2.3 is prettier and faster, and has tons more stuff.
MixMeister DJ software has been around for a very long time, but has it kept up with the competition? Dan finds out so you don’t have to.
There’s plenty of DJ movies out there, some are great some… aren’t. Now there’s a couple more to add to the list, namely “We Are Your Friends” and “Eden”.
Mixxx, the open source, cross platform, and importantly free DJ software just hit a major milestone with the long-awaited 1.12 beta.
Oh no! Yet again, SoundCloud is in the news for the wrong reasons. We keep covering the SoundCloud soap opera, yet it never seems to end. Not content with making deals with big labels, setting them at odds with their users (some of whom have been with the site since the beginning), the music hosting […]
Audio Artery just released a new edition of their unique DJ software: One DJ Start, aimed squarely at live DJs and performers.
The edjing mobile app has been around for a while now. So DJIT thought it would be time to give it an upgrade. Say hello to edjing Pro.
Soundcloud dominates music hosting, but has run into its fair share of bad press in recent years. But is it still the best platform for your needs? Dan Morse takes a look at some options across a range of uses, and makes some recommendations.