DJIT has launched edjing Pro, a “pro” version of their mixing app. With a slew of new features, including a new audio engine with enhanced BPM detection, new audio effects, including Slip and Roll, and a new graphical user interface.
We’ve been exploring the edjing app for the past couple of days and find it’s interface following the Native Instruments Traktor app paradigm. The main difference is edjing’s ability to interface with SoundClound and Deezer content. While Traktor DJ will allow you to upload your recorded mixes to MixCloud, edjing allows you to access SoundCloud content. The waveform mixing is pretty straight forward, and there’s also a Serato-esque turntable interface as well. In our brief evaluation of the program, we found edjing’s sync functionality sometimes took an agonizingly long time to detect the BPM of library tracks. While the beats “are on” when mixing two tracks, one user did find “it’s not as tight as Traktor DJ” – especially after using the effects.
» Enhanced BPM Detection
» Automated audio effects BPM synchronization
» Manually customizable features including Pitch setting mode and crossfader curve
» Refined interface
» edjing Pro is now the first DJ application that provides access to +50 million tracks.
edjing Pro allows you to mix all your music, but also permits full access to the full libraries of SoundCloud & Deezer, and claims more streaming services will come online soon. edjing Pro also integrates smart features to better manage the music, such as the Queue and the track search in one click on several music libraries at once.
edjing Pro is an universal application compatible from the iPhone 4, the iPad 2, and iOS 7, priced at $14.99, with a promotion offer for the launch at $7.99. edjing Pro is compatible with smartphones and tablets supporting Android 4 and more, priced at $14.99, with a promotional offer for the launch at $7.99.