IK Multimedia Introduces DJ Rig For iPad - The All-In-One, Fully Featured, Professional DJ App

IK Multimedia announced that DJ Rig for iPad is now available on the App Store.

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IK Multimedia, the world leader in mobile music-creation apps and accessories, announced that DJ Rig for iPad is now available on the App Store. DJ Rig for iPad takes professional mobile DJ mixing to a completely new level, providing a comprehensive suite of professional DJ mixing tools, all in one convenient app. DJ Rig for iPad greatly expands the feature set from DJ Rig for iPhone, offering numerous new capabilities that previously have only been available on professional DJ software for the Mac and PC.

With DJ Rig for iPad, mobile DJs will possess the virtual equivalent of a full professional DJ setup - two turntables or CD players, a DJ mixer, a DJ multi-effects unit, a phrase sampler and more, all in an portable package to take their spin to the next level, anytime and everywhere. With DJ mixer, a DJ multi-effects unit, a phrase sampler and more, all in a portable package to take their spin to the next level, anytime and everywhere.

DJ Rig for iPad is a fully self-contained DJ environment that can be directly connected to a sound system, but even more functionality is available when it's used in tandem with IK's new iRig MIX ultra-compact mobile DJ mixer. iRig Mix offers complete physical track control, thanks to its full-length channel faders and crossfaders, additional EQs, and direct connections for headphones, microphones, loudspeakers or a PA system. When used together, DJ Rig and iRig MIX provide a comprehensive DJ setup that packs all the features the most demanding DJs need - all in an ultra-light combo rig that can be up and running in seconds.

Professional DJing for the first time on iPad:

  • Familiar double Deck configuration with a triple twist - When first launched, DJ Rig for iPad looks and feels very familiar - its interface accurately replicates a full dual-deck hardware rig with each deck routed through the audio output jack on the iPad (split stereo). What's different is that each deck has three visual modes: Vinyl for traditional creative scratch effects, Digital jog for a more traditional CD manipulation and the new Waveform view for accurate cue placement, synchronization and visualization of beats.

  • Sync, mix & scratch - DJ Rig for iPad with CloneDeck technology allows DJs to mix and scratch on their iPads, just like they would with hardware counterparts. The built-in dual-deck system with a crossfader allows them to mix with ultra-accurate precision, and the Tempo Sync, X-Sync and Beat Match functions automatically align the beats from any two sources for flawless transitions. The new AutoMix feature will automatically crossfade and mix music to keep the beat going even when the DJ steps away.

  • New creative DJ effects provide unlimited sonic possibilities - DJ Rig for iPad features 18 available BPM-synced DJ effects for customizing mixes and build-ups, always at the perfect tempo. Effects include Delay, Flanger, Crush, HP filter, LP filter, BP filter, Compressor,Wah, Phaser, Fuzz, Reverb, and Stutter, plus 6 completely new effects: Noise, Tail, Brake, Spin, Twist UP and Twist DOWN. The X/Y effects interface provides full creative control and real-time manipulation that will inspire DJs to be their creative best.

  • On-board sampler with expandable sound banks - DJ Rig for iPad features an "on-the-fly" sampler with 9 accessible and assignable pads for adding sound bites and samples to mixes. For even more creative flexibility, DJ Rig for iPad provides "live sampling" and "looping" functions for completely customizing and personalizing the mix.

    DJ Rig for iPad features:

  • Customizable deck display with Vinyl, Waveform or Digital Deck interface with accurate scratching engine with CloneDeck technology
  • Waveform display mode for ultra-precise visual cueing
  • Fast BPM detection and beat map analysis with Tempo Sync and Beat Match
  • X-Sync mode detects the BPM from external audio sources and automatically syncs the audio/tempo of internal decks to external devices (when used with iRig MIX)
  • Advanced looping section with continuous loop surface; create loops with tempo divisions always to the beat; manual and slip mode available
  • 18 effects: Delay, Flanger, Crush, HP filter, LP filter, BP filter, Compressor, Wah, Phaser, Fuzz, Reverb, Stutter and more, with X/Y touch interface control
  • 6 new creative effects: Noise, Tail, Brake, Spin, Twist UP and Twist DOWN
  • On-the-fly expandable sampler machine with 9 pads and 4 banks slot
  • Live sampling functionality with volume and pitch control
  • 5 visual cue points per song and Auto Cue for automatic first beat positioning
  • 3 crossfader curves for customizing fades and crossfade filter
  • Direct access to iPod Music library and playlists
  • AutoMix Feature for automatic mixing of playlists or entire library
  • Live recorder allows recording of full mixing gigs
  • Supports/plays all major digital audio formats including MP3, AAC, WAV, AIFF
  • Multiple output configurations for virtually any audio setup

    Price and availability:

    DJ Rig for iPad is available at an introductory price of $19.99/15.99 from the App Store on iPad or at www.itunes.com/appstore. A limited free version of DJ Rig for iPad is also available for download.

    For more information check out these links: www.djrig.net and www.irigmix.com.

    Mixing on 2 iPads with DJ Rig for iPad Video:

    Scratching on DJ Rig for iPad:

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      Lol, I can just see a 'dj' bringing this to a club and being all "I'm ready to DJ guys! With my iPad app and EVERYTHING!".
      This shows it takes absolutely no talent (ZERO TALENT) at all to be proficient in electronic/DJ music. It's plain awful. >inb4 flame
      I've been in a Progressive rock band with Drum n bass, Trip Hop and New age influences for about 4 years. Trust me dude is alot harder than it looks, writing songs with a guitar is alot easier because song ideas come naturally where as a electronic dance music producer has to program every note which doesn't come naturally. Being able to put fingers on a fret board is not talent. Talent is being able to come up with your own ideas and not copying everyone else therefore 94% of musicians these days are talentless anyway but however there are still a few people out there that are talented dance music producers but its extremely rare. Sex Pistols could barely play they're instruments and they were extremely talented because of the creativity inside of them not because they could make noise