When I Use This App first launched, we did a review of abcDJ. We have been going strong now for almost a year and we have seen and reviewed tons of apps. abcDJ has had some new updates and even released some special editions so we thought we would bring it back up for some new info and review. I love the look and feel of this app.
I am not a professional DJ. Who am I kidding, I am not a DJ at all. I love this app though and If I was a DJ I can see where this app would be a MUST HAVE. There are so many options and who would not want to mix music right off your iPhone,iPod or iPad? The iPad app is in HD! How cool is that?
iTunes describes the app like this…
The most comprehensive turntable based DJ equipments on iPhone/iPod touch.
abcDJ consists of 5 main components.
1) Analog Player 1
2) Analog Player 2
These 2 players can play songs you have sent from your PC.
Real time pitch controls.
Super realistic scratches.
Turn tables are individually Start and Stop by pushing their power buttons.
So you can either play song on a player or scratch only on the other player alternatively.
Tap wifi icon to start a server then follow the instruction shown on your screen.
It tells you how to upload your song from your PC to your iPhone/iPod Touch.
Tap note icon to select a song you want to play on a turntable.
Turn a motor on and move an arm.
3) CD Player
It plays your songs in your iPod library.
Turn power on your CD player.
By tapping eject button, you can choose any music in your iPod library.
Over 50 builtin effect sounds like horns, guns, car crash and so on.
You can sound more than two sounds simultaneously.
You can mix above 4 sound sources independently.
Also you can cross fade these 2 analog players sounds.
All of the artworks are inspired from a night in a airport.
It looks so cool and gorgeous.
And it works as you are playing real DJ tools.
* Network connection is required for both your iPhone/iPod Touch and your PC/Mac and they must be reachable each other to upload songs from your PC/Mac.
Check out the app in action here…