Ask the DJ v2.0.2
by The Wild Bits
(The Wild Bits Website)

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File Size: 2.6 MB
License Conditions:

Ask the DJ stops every 20 minutes and you can't save play-lists or export to audio files. Registration: US$29.00

System Requirements:

Mac OS X v10.3.9 or later.

Last Updated: 2007-11-23
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Software Description

Ask the DJ is a revolutionary DJ/mix engine which:

  • searches your mp3 library
  • analyses tracks
  • optimizes your play-list
  • skips intros and outros
  • matches and mixes beats
  • levels volume
  • all this automatically!
  • You just ask the DJ... and dance!

Ask the DJ automatically indexes all your mp3 files when it's launched. To add a new track to your play-list, you just need to type a few letters of the
title, the artist or the album's name. For instance, if you'd like to add Madonna's Into the Groove, just type mado groo. Ask the DJ immediately displays a list of matching titles, sorted by relevance.

You can also add tracks by dragging and dropping from the Finder or from
iTunes. Then, if you wish to optimize your play-list, you can do so by clicking the Sort button. Ask the DJ will rearrange your play-list so following tracks have matching tempos, rhythms and volumes.

Unlike any other software, Ask the DJ analyses beats to perform truly seamless
transitions between tracks. Like a real DJ, it matches beats and adapts tempos
whenever needed so the music always flows, even when cross-fading between
tracks with different bpms. Ask the DJ also cuts unrhythmical intros and outros, and levels volume. Better yet, all this is done automatically. You just need to click Play and dance. You can also export Ask the DJ's mix art to audio files, for burning audio CDs.

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New in v2.0.2

  • Fixed two bugs related to audio export

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Not bad...

Not a bad little tool. The track selector could be better. I had to search and select from ALL of the songs on my computer, versus being able to pull them from an iTunes playlist (which is what I really wanted). The transitions are pretty good - better than silence in between songs, at least. I'm going to keep searching before plopping down $30 for the full version of this.

I would love this!

I would love this!

Ask The DJ

Horible piece of shitty software, plays an annoying loop when you install it and shuts down every 20 mins

Re: Ask The DJ

Apparently you can't read very well. Hello! It's a demo program. It clearly states you get only 20 minutes in the demo version!

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