Who Wants to Win a Copy of the New #djay2 DJ App From Algoriddim?
I'll admit to having done some air DJing in my days. But while in my dreams I'm an ill DJ, in reality becoming the next Qbert is a little out of my reach.
So when Algoriddim, the folks who made the djay App, showed me the second version of their best-selling DJ software, I realized two things. One, djay 2 is my best chance at sounding like a dope DJ, and two, I bet a lot of people on DJBooth would really want this app too.
So we're giving away two copies* of the app to two winners. And while djay 2 will get novices like me sounding good with the quickness, it also comes loaded with stuff for pros: there's a dope built-in sampler, a new waveform layer option, virtual grooves with unique peaks and valleys that are visible just like on traditional vinyl, Perfect Sync™ – a function that allows users to seamlessly blend songs together - easy access to your iTunes library and a bunch more.
Even better, here's how you win:
1. Follow @algoriddim and RT this tweet for your chance to win a copy of the new #djay2 DJ app.
2. There's no step two. That's it.
I'll select the winner at the end of Friday, July 26. There's video below to get you properly hyped, you can get a full rundown of djay 2's capabilities here, and you can purchase a copy of djay 2 for iPad here and iPhone here.
Good luck, enjoy...
* The fine print: You'll need either an iPad (that supports iPad mini, iPad 2, iPad 3 and the new iPad 4 running iOS 6 or later) or an iPhone (that supports iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch 4th and 5th generation running iOS 6 or later).
UPDATE: This contest is closed. The winners have been chosen and contacted - thanks!
Written by Nathan S. on 07/25/13
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