Have you always wanted to DJ? Did you always felt DJs be cool with their hands in the air and making amazing music at the same time? Well, then you are going to be excited and glad to know that a German developer named Algoriddim has made it possible to do air DJing with the updated version of his djay Pro AI iPad app.
Yes, you heard me right! This newly updated app is available on the App Store and includes new gesture control features that make air DJing a possibility. The full gesture-based control app of iPad uses a lot of things such as the iPad’s front-facing camera, computer vision with the help of iOS 14 software framework, machine learning, and the amazing power of the A14 Bionic chip. As a result, you can easily mix and manipulate your desired music on the Apple tablet for the very first time in a completely hands-free experience.
Utilizing the power of the A14 Bionic chip, the app ensures that the hand gestures are detected easily and intelligently in the 3D space and are mapped to a few advanced DJ techniques in real-time. Moreover, you get the ultimate accuracy and the quickest reaction time with it.
Basically, you can now conveniently scratch, form synced loops with the beat, apply effects and filters to your tracks, and do a lot more with the djay Pro AI app with the help of hand gestures only. For example, you can now initiate an automatic transition of the songs by using the clap gesture.
According to Algoriddim, this is a major change in how DJs work to mix music and perform in live performances while interacting with their mobile apps. This new update will bring a new visual dimension to the DJing sets and will make the live performances a lot more fun than before.
Another great thing about this update is that it will improve other things in this app and several under-the-hood tweaks too. With this app update, you get improved MIDI control, stream video from TIDAL or from your camera roll, easy and smooth access to the music files on your Google Drive and Dropbox accounts, option to display a visualize alongside the turntables, etc.
If you are an existing user of the djay Pro AI app and have it on your iPad, then you can get this update free of cost from the App store. However, if you don’t have the app, then you can download it free of cost from the App Store on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. While the app is free, you will need to subscribe to the app for $7 to unlock advanced features such as gesture control, neural mix, loops and visuals, and so on.
What do you think of this update? Are you planning to give it a try or are you going to keep using the current version of djai Pro AI app? Let us know what you think of this update in the comments section!