Top 5 DJing apps on Mobile Phones.
Hello to all the upcoming DJ's! Here we have some applications that are some of the best DJ apps to build up your mixing skills. Being a DJ can be real expensive. You need to buy a lot of systems, try new softwares and then learn how to use them and make good music. Believe me, there are some amazing DJ apps for Mobile Phones. Though they still do not let you run the whole show, but I bet it's a great head start. People who want to experiment with putting down their own mixes together, and perhaps to soundtrack a party or small events. These apps are killing it and I assume they are worth a try. These are the Top 5 DJing apps on Mobile Phones. edjing Mix: DJ Music Mixer
Android/IOS Access millions of tracks coming from Deezer, SoundCloud and all your local folders and remix in an instant with more than 20 DJ fx and features. ° Remix +50 million tracks ° All the must-have DJ tools ° Turntables designed by pro DJs ° Compatible with Mixfader
° Spotify integration
° Music library integration (all files on your device, no access to Google Play Music)
° Audio FX: Flanger, Phaser, Echo, Gate, Bit Crusher
° Mixer, Tempo, Pitch-Bend, Filter and EQ controls
° Live Recording (local music only)
Android/IOS - "Cool piece of work." (DJ Mag) - "An impressive app." (The Guardian) - “Challenging our notions of what can be done on a touchscreen.” Android Police ° Mix in perfect sync ° Outstanding Audio Performance ° Minimum configuration required ° Intuitive interface
IOS You can pull in tracks from your iTunes collection as well as streaming service Spotify (if you’re a subscriber), then mix them easily with the help of the built-in sync feature. Extra effects, from loop and reverb to “ChopChop” and “8-bit” can be bought as in-app purchases. If you’re feeling lazy (or want to dance) the app will also choose suitable tracks and mix them for you, too. Traktor DJ
IOS This is another app for more experienced DJs, from one of the well known companies in the DJing world– Native Instruments. Traktor DJ ditches the idea of virtual decks in favour of getting you hands-on with songs’ waveforms via some inventive multi-gesture controls. It connects with your iTunes library, with as much or as little help mixing as you need. It also plays well with other music appreciations on your device, and can work with Traktor’s DJing hardware.