Pioneer’s DDJ range of controllers has a specific aim — to offer Serato DJ to users of all budgets. But none of them cater for iOS, thus the DDJ-WeGO3 has been reworked to focus on algoriddim djay, down to having an iPad slot at the rear and including necessary adaptors. But the WeGO3 isn’t a one trick pony — it can be used with Serato DJ Intro, VDJ LE, and djay for Mac right out of the box.
With iOS being multi-channel audio capable, it’s time for hardware manufacturers to step up and harness the 30 pin and Lightning ports, and to finally bring real stereo outputs for headphones and speakers. Griffin has always been active in the Apple peripheral market, and has made the DJ Connect — a small and eye-catching bus powered audio interface that means saying goodbye to the mono splitter cable.
Applying their established controller skills to the iOS market, the Reloop Beatpad wears many hats, but is aimed at algoriddim’s djay. Review follows.
Streaming is where it’s at these days. So Algoriddim has formed a partnership with the giant to bring you djay for iPad and iPhone — with Spotify.
Algoriddim is teasing again. It’s djay related but what is it? I cannot say, but feel free to add your rampant speculation in the comments.
With a new iPad A7 processor comes a few more features for algoriddim’s djay and vjay that require the grunt. Free upgrade ready to download.
With great power comes great respons…iveness. Algoriddim get giddy and update djay and vjay for the iPhone 5S and embrace the power.
Algoriddim djay 2.1 isn’t just about making it play nice with iOS7, but does get sample and scratch love too.
Design and print your own DJ controller? Dr. Kate Stone says yes. Well nearly, but this proof of concept is certainly a step in the right direction.