Traktor DJ Has Been Released for the iPhone

Posted May 2, 2013 at 3:45pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5243 views

Native Instruments has finally released Traktor DJ for the iPhone and iPod touch.

The world’s #1 pro DJ software brings high-impact DJing to iPhone. Touch your tracks and create stunning mixes in seconds.

Features:
- Revolutionary DJ app by Native Instruments – makers of the leading pro DJ software
- Touch the groove using familiar iPhone swipe and pinch gestures
- Direct access to your iTunes music library from TRAKTOR DJ
- Stylish waveform display allows for simple looping and ultra-tight scratching
- Ingenious use of iPhone’s compact screen real estate – instantly swipe from one-deck focus to split-screen view
- The most affordable way to get started with TRAKTOR pro DJ software to date
- Intelligent browser recommends songs based on compatible tempo and key
- Automatic tempo and key detection plus BPM sync for super-smooth mixing
- Innovative Notification Center gives you in-app access to essential tips and undiscovered techniques
- 8 built-in pro DJ effects including Reverb, Delay, and dramatic glitch effects like BeatMasher
- Familiar DJ mixer layout with crossfader, 3-band EQ, and filter on each channel
- Prepare tracks on the road – all metadata (tempo, beatgrids, cue points etc.) in TRAKTOR DJ syncs with TRAKTOR PRO DJ software
- Record your mixes live in high-quality on the iPhone and share with your friends

You can purchase Traktor DJ for iPhone from the App Store for $4.99.

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