If you work in the music world or you're an enthusiast that loves experimenting in the field of mixing music, you've probably already heard about the advantages of the software called djay 2 for iPhone, an essential for any professional or wannabe DJ considered as one of the best apps for music mixes and ideal to liven up any party.
Everything you need to be a DJ in a single app.
From a very simple and intuitive interface, you can turn your iOS device into a portable turntable that you can carry around with you wherever you go, that integrates perfectly into both your music collection and your Spotify account to have a shortcut to all your songs. Thus, regardless of whether you're a professional or you're just starting off in the world of dejaying, you can carry out live performances, record mixes or cheat by letting the Automix mode do the dirty work for you. And all the latter, totally free of charge.
- Intuitive mixing application with speed and pitch controls.
- Create shuffle playlists with up to 25 songs from your music library.
- Easy access to your iPhone's music library.
- Apply plenty of audio effects: flanger, echo, phaser, etc.
- Add low and high-pass filters to your mixes.
- Compatible with the most popular audio formats such as MP3, AAC, WAV, and AIFF.
- Perfect integration with Spotify.
- Automatic mix function.
- Integration with iCloud.
Mix with your online and offline music library
What makes this app to dejay and mix music developed by Algoriddim so perfect for iPhone and iPad is the access to the cloud. On the one hand, you can use your music collection downloaded in MP3, FLAC or whatever format you may have downloaded to your iPhone or iPad. On the other, if you've got your collection on iCloud you can easily access it and use it for your sessions.
The thing is that it also offers us a feature that many DJs will adore: the possibility to dejay music on Spotify. The app allows us to access any song in our playlists, whether on or offline, and incorporate it into our sessions and mixes with the entire repertoire of functions and effects offered by the application. However, since it's a version for iPhone it wouldn't be a bad idea to be able to use it with Apple Music.