djay Main Window
|Stable release||4.0 / 17 November 2011|
|Operating system||Mac OS X, iOS|
djay is a digital music mixing software program for Mac OS X, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch created by the German company algoriddim. It allows playback and mixing of digital audio files with a user interface that tries to simulate the concept of "two turntables and a microphone" on a computer. Before the commercial release in November 2007, djay had initially been released as freeware in June 2006. In December 2010 the software was also released for the iPad, and subsequently for iPhone and iPod touch in March 2011.
Compared to professional DJ software like Traktor Scratch and Serato Scratch Live, the software aims to be easier to use and to have a look and feel more akin to other Mac software. Its interface consists of two turntables, a mixer and a music library showing songs and playlists from iTunes.
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