iMect’s DJ Player continues to walk its own path. And v7 adds some very cool features, with support for older iOS devices too.
iMect has released DJ Player 7, a prettier and easier to use upgrade that works perfectly in iOS 7 and on your oldest iOS devices too.
In the face of stiff competition, iMect releases DJ Player 6.1, most notable for giving an alternative app choice for Numark’s iDJ Pro.
The digital DJ age has got a wee bit complex for its own good. But iMect’s PureDJ idea wants to strip it right back to basics. But how basic should it be?
If you’re a purist who has only just got used to DVSs, look away now. For DJ Player 6 beta is running in DVS mode on just an iPad. And it nails it too.
DJ Player constantly marches on through point releases. But at Musikmesse 2013, we got an exclusive look at the next full release. DJ Player 6 is here.
Stereomusik and Red Bull go their separate ways. But to ease the parting, DJ Player is completely free for a few days only.
Just when you thought it could get any better – DJ player mapping MIDI controllers in iOS? Gimme that now. Right now.
“CDJ” and “HID” in a sentence is cool, but add “iPad” in there and things get very interesting. Day 2 of DJ Player’s assault on your DJ geek consciousness.
Is the humble iPad about to replace the laptop for DVS users? If the makers of iOS smash DJ Player have anything to do with it then yes.