djay Pro launches on the Mac App Store, fully integrated with Spotify

Algidim, a famous developer behind the djay and vjay apps, is back with a beautiful release for OS X:

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Djay Pro provides a complete set of tools for DJs. Its modern and unique interface built around sophisticated integration with iTunes and Spotify, giving you instant access to millions of tracks. Untouchable sound quality and a powerful set of features, including waveforms high definition, four decks, audio effects and hardware integration, give you endless creative flexibility to take your sets to new heights.

O djay Pro enough to replace the old djay, which is no longer available on the Mac App Store. I don't know if any DJ would use an iMac with Retina 5K screen for their presentations, but if the answer was “yes”, know that the djay Pro brings graphics compatible with Ma's new machine. In addition, the app has synchronization of cue points, metadata and more via iCloud, library of keyboard shortcuts to speed up workflow, support over 50 MIDI controllers (musical instrument digital interface, or digital musical instrument interface), multichannel USB audio interfaces, external audio input and microphones, among other things.

Users can also easily change the playback between iTunes and Spotify. Whoever has the Spotify app installed on the machine can drag / drop music from it to the djay Pro, showing that the integration between the two is great. Remembering, of course, that the user needs to be a subscriber to the streaming of music to make this integration happen.

And look at the interface of this app! At who in the DJ wants to use

(via 9to5Mac)