DJ Control 2.1
by Borce Trajkovski
(Borce Trajkovski Website)

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Operating System: Android
File Size: 1.9 MB
License: Freeware (All Free software)
License Conditions:

Freeware

System Requirements:

Android 2.1 or later

Last Updated: 2012-08-27
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Software Description

Wireless DJ MIDI controller for your favorite computer DJing application.

Exact emulation of Hercules's "DJ Console RMX" DJ MIDI controller functions by using MIDI over WiFi.

Features:

  • Multi-touch controls
  • DJ seek/scratch wheels
  • pitch/tempo sliders
  • channel level sliders
  • master volume control
  • crossfader slider
  • cue and play buttons
  • beat lock, beat sync buttons
  • PFL/cue select buttons
  • effects on/off button
  • MIDI over WiFi connection
  • 5 case materials
  • 7 jog wheel plates
  • pad support

This is NOT a player, it is a controller which requires computer with installed DJing program (like for eg: Traktor, Virtual DJ, Mixxx, UltraMixer etc). See "How to use" menu item in application.

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New in v2.1:

  • Added precise slider movement option
  • Added one control at a time option in settings

New in v2.0:

  • Added custom controls size selection (in settings) helping layout problems on some tablets
  • New backgrounds
  • New jog wheel plates and several bugfixes.

New in v1.8:

  • Added transparent slider knobs as well as hardware acceleration (on selected devices).

New in v1.7:

  • Big EQ option (selectable in settings)
  • Knob hotspot option and square tablets optimizations
  • New VDJ XML definition files (download them from the support web page).

New in v1.5

  • Controller design improvements and tablet optimization.

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It's a little bit basic, but

It's a little bit basic, but it would suit beginner DJs well

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