Algoriddim’s djay Pro software has close ties to Apple and is always at the forefront of new DJ tech, especially on Mac, iOS, or iPadOS. Today marks the launch of djay Pro version 5, which includes a variety of novel features leveraging the company’s AI and a new partnership with the interactive team at AudioShake. The major points of interest in djay Pro 5 are next-generation Neural Mix, Crossfader Fusion, and Fluid Beatgrid. The update also includes improved stem separation on mobile, UI refreshes for the library, and a new simplified Starter Mode. These AI-automated features put the system in control of more complex maneuvers, and existing users receive the update for free as part of their subscription.
AudioShake and Algoriddim have been working on their audio separation tech, calling this refreshed version Next-generation Neural Mix. The tools have also been optimized for mobile devices, supporting a variety of OS.
Fluid Beatgrid uses AI to accommodate tempo shifts in beatgrids, especially on tracks with live instrumentation or varying tempo shifts during breakdowns. Crossfader Fusion brings stems, automation, and beatgrids into play with various settings for the crossfader, including Neural Mix (Harmonic Sustain) setting.
The update is available for existing users, and newcomers can find djay Pro version 5 at the App Store. The Pro subscription costs $7 per month or $50 per year, offering access to all features across Mac, iOS, and iPhone. Support for the app includes devices running MacOS 10.15 or later and iOS 15 / iPadOS 15 or later. Djay Pro for Windows users will soon receive an update with newer features like Fluid Beatgrid and Crossfader Fusion.