If anyone today wanted to get into DJing or mixing music, they would most likely have to invest over $2000 in DJing equipment - including a powerful computer, a DJ software, two turntables, and a DJ mixer - just to get started. DJiT’s edjing apps computerize the DJ turntables and mixers, while the stand-alone Mixfader device provides users with the same accuracy of a crossfader. Equipped with the Mixfader and a smartphone or tablet, any user can have access to the same quality and performance of a full DJ setup, but for a fraction of the price.
edjing Scratch, the Mixfader’s newest companion app, takes the DJing experience to a whole new level by allowing users to produce high-quality scratching on the go and improve their scratching technique with tutorials. The Scratch app combines an array of new technologies that emulate the sound rendering and behavior of real vinyl records. The app also gives users access to a vast library of +50 million tracks, including music from SoundCloud, Deezer, or your own mp3 files.
“At DjiT, we believe everyone can create music. Our mission is to break down the entry barriers and help you improve your practical skills, whatever your level: beginner, intermediate or professional,” says Jean-Baptiste Hironde, DJiT’s Founder & CEO, “That’s why we continue to develop new music solutions, like the edjing Scratch app, that are designed to be affordable and easy-to-use, whilst still being unbelievably high performance.”
Price & Availability
Mixfader is now available on themixfader.com for $129 USD.
edjing Scratch is will be available for free download on The App Store and Google Play Store in early January 2016.