Now that Traktor has Stems support in the software, is it better to have controller screens or just use your monitor? We pitch them head to head.
Here’s a little app for OS X called Smoothie that helps make your DJ life a little easier by analysing your Traktor mix and suggesting what to play next.
Pioneer DJ’s rekordbox DJ is out, and available to buy. But for the toe dippers, you can install it for free for 30 days. I had a dabble before breakfast.
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.
iTunes has a pretty much unused BPM column — unused that is until now. BeatGauge for Mac can scan your library and fill that gap. I tried it. It does it.
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.
Serato has been an industry leader in time stretching, but not in the DJ world. But Pitch ‘N Time is in expansion pack form. Arkaei stretches his tunes.
The DJWORX team fell in love with iZotope BreakTweaker at NAMM 2014. And after playing with it for an extended period of time, the love grows stronger.
From handheld hardware to Blackberry app to iPad app — Pacemaker for iPad is finally here and it aims to embrace Spotify streaming too.
Mixed In Key’s DJ software, codenamed Danceability, has made it out into the wild. The DJWORX team had a play and so far are impressed.