Die erste professionelle DJ App für Android?

Mixvibes haben ihre erste DJ App für Android draussen. Cross DJ soll all das können, was unter iOS schon diverse Apps machen und sieht zumindest im Video schon mal recht überzeugend aus. Auch die Minimalanforderungen halten sich in moderaten Grenzen: los geht´s mit Android 4.1 (zum Aufnehmen braucht man dann schon 4.3), Dualprozessor und 1 Gigabyte RAM.

• Accurate BPM detection, down to the last decimal.
• Sync button: one-press, and the 2 tracks never go out of phase.
• Manual pitch & pitch bend.
• Beat-grid editing, to make sure that your old tracks sync correctly.
• Parallel waveforms mode to visually check if your tracks are synced.
• New Quantize feature : hot cues and loops are automatically set on the beat.
• Smart-seek: Tap on the waveform to fast-forward & get a seamless jump.

• Low latency: music reacts instantly to your actions.
• Extremely realistic scratch sound.
• 15 effects (Bi-filter, Low-pass, Hi-Pass, Delay, Echo, Phaser, Flanger, Cut, Crush, Bliss, Brake, Roll, etc.)
• No load time when starting-up the app.

• 2 turntables, crossfader, full-fledged 3-band EQ mixer.
• Direct access to your music: mix your device’s MP3s, AAC, FLAC and more.
• Multiple sorting options: Sort your library by title, artist, album, BPM or length.
• Large control pads: XY effect pad, 16 hot-cues pads.
• HQ live recording of your mixes.
• Optimized for display on 4”, 7” & 10” devices.

• Android 4.1
• Android 4.3 for recording
• 4″ screen
• RAM: 1GB
• Dual-core processor

Preis: 3,99 Euro

Google Play-Link

One Response

  1. djfacile

    CRAP! That is 3,99 wasted…lots of free apps offer better…


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