Using a mobile DJ app is an alternative for those who don't have special equipment for the activity. Several apps for Android and iPhone (iOS) allow you to mix and apply sound effects to music, giving a special touch to your favorite tracks. Of course, the programs do not replace the professional DJ or mixer, but allow sound enthusiasts and enthusiasts to cheer up their parties and friends.
For those who want to experiment with smartphone mixes, the dnetc has selected five of the best DJ apps. All are available for free download from the Google Play Store and the App Store, although some come with paid versions or features.
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Created in partnership with professional DJs, edjing features a number of advanced mixing tools, such as BPM modification and sampler addition. Because of this, the app displays a short tutorial at the beginning to help those who have never had contact with these notions before.
One of its advantages is the integration with SoundCloud and Deezer, which extends the catalog of available music although this latest platform requires a premium account. The service has free and paid versions, both available for Android and iOS.
edjing Mix has free and paid versions available for Android and iPhone. Photo: Playback / Raquel Freire
DJ Studio 5 is completely free and only available for Android. In it, users find sound effects, a three band equalizer, ten customizable sample blocks, loop tool and many other features. The user-friendly interface is intended for beginners but contains advertisements.
DJ Studio 5 has all the features released in the free version available for Android Photo: Playback / Raquel Freire
Cross DJ is another that lets you include both music saved on your device and SoundCloud. It comes with a number of free mixing controls and sound effects, including voice effects.
If desired, the user can purchase extra effects within the app, as well as the ability to auto-mix and record and share tracks outside SoundCloud. The app has versions for both Google and Apple systems.
Cross DJ, for Android and iOS, has free version with purchase of extra in-app features Photo: Playback / Raquel Freire
Djay is also an application with free (Djay Free) and paid (Djay 2) versions, both available on iOS and Android. Famous in the segment, the Algoriddim app lets you work with music stored on mobile and Spotify, just that the user has paid account on streaming service.
With interface mimicking a physical deck, Djay has two turntables for you to input the tracks to mix. In each of them it is possible to apply adjustments and effects by means of the settings icon. For advanced functions, such as automatic mixing by artificial intelligence, it is necessary to purchase the paid subscription.
Djay Free, free version of Algoriddim's famous DJ app, available for iOS and Android Photo: Playback / Raquel Freire
KondZilla Super Pads is the app of the famous São Paulo funk label. The service has several famous music kits, which bring the base of the track and the beats. Downloading the kit is done by watching an ad, the user can do his own assembly and save on mobile, as well as share on social networks.
Bringing a very simple interface, the Brazilian representative of the list has a search tool by artist, kits or songs, allowing you to find the desired track quickly. If you want to learn in detail how to use the platform, which has versions for Android and iOS, you can check out the full tutorial on KondZilla Super Pads.
With versions for Android and iPhone, KondZilla Super Pads turns user into funk DJ. Photo: Playback / Raquel Freire
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