For Mac and iOS, Algoriddim’s djay Pro AI adds compatibility with digital control vinyl

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While DVS support is new for djay Pro AI on Mac, the addition of iPhones and iPads with this capability is truly unique. These devices should be able to send a control tone through any class compliant USB mixer or controller connected to analog turntables and using the Neural Mix control disks. And you can potentially map things like performance pads and knobs using its MIDI learn tool, but supported hardware devices for djay Pro AI should work out-of-the-box. This software update also offers an optimized user interface for iOS devices that should adapt automatically when you connect to DJ hardware.

Many digital DJs prefer the feel of vinyl in their sets, opting for applications and devices that enable a digital vinyl system (DVS). Today, Algoriddim’s djay Pro AI joins that group, albeit with a few differences. DVS will not only support iOS devices in addition to Macs, but the control vinyl will also feature a unique B-Side with three ‘tracks’ that take use of Neural Mix’s ability to separate stems from any song. This way, you may drop the needle on track one for the original version, track two for an instrumental, and track three for an acapella, all of which can be retrieved on the fly from any song.


  • The new software is available today and existing djay Pro AI users will automatically get this update with all the included features. New subscribers can trial the Pro version for seven days and pay $7 per month or $50 per year after that. Mobile users will need an iPhone or iPad running iOS 12 or later and macOS users will need 10.14 or later. Pricing and availability for the Neural Mix control vinyl is still pending, although we know that it will be manufactured and distributed by Stokyo. We’re told that most existing disks with a 1kHz time code should work, though, so you should be able to use DVS (without the Neural Mix B-side features) right away.

  • In addition to the DVS features, this refresh includes a few more interesting tweaks. You can now edit playlists from connected streaming accounts like TIDAL, SoundCloud, Beatport and Beatsource from inside the djay Pro AI app. There’s also mention of new AI audio effects and a Pitch Cue / Tone Play feature that allows you to use pitch-altered cue points for more dynamic mixing.


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