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d(- -)b - A Modular DJ App!

Zerodebug, makers of touchAble, have released a DJ app that lets you completely customize the features and interface!



Buy d(- -)b on iTunes: $9.99 (On Sale)

iTunes Description:

d(- -)b, the first Modular DJ App for the iPad.

Mаԁе bу thе people behind touchAble, d(- -)b provides endless possibilities for DJs with an iPad. Its modular approach lets the app adapt to the user, not the other way around. DJs can choose from pre-installed templates or create their own interface with up to 6 decks - on one or several pages - making it the perfect tool for any use-case.

The comprehensive in app editor makes it simple to configure your very own DJ setup. The numerous modules include everything a DJ needs, and allow for an incredible amount of flexibility and customization.

With beautiful color-coded waveforms instead of fake vinyl platters, and accurate tools for both worlds of beat-matching: Grid & Sync or Pitch & Nudge - it opens the door to a whole new world of touchable DJing.

Introductory Price of $9.99 - get it while it lasts!

This is quite impressive. You should check out this promo video to get a real sense for how modular this really is!

Reader Comments (8)

If the beat matching algorithms are as good as NI's, this could be Traktor's killer? I love Traktor, but having just two decks on the iPad version is severely limiting. I used to DJ with at least three decks and loads of other inputs (cassette, MD, CD etc), so this looks perfect, if of course it works?

March 13, 2013 | Unregistered Commentertom_tm

Dos anyone have this? I am interested, but it has no reviews anywhere as yet. Been stung with app buyers remorse on occasion....

March 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterISM

No key lock (no master tempo), no effects, doesn't work with iTunes Match, many crashes and bugs.

March 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterGuest

Thank you for the mini review. It might be better to hold off for a while then.

March 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterGuest

the icon looks a bit like a blue.. ahem.. nothing never mind..

March 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRMG

Yea... I though about mentioning how it looks like the Atari symbol grew boobs, but that seemed like a cheap shot, and slightly less mature than I want to be on articles.

March 13, 2013 | Registered CommenterTim Webb

Downloaded it and I would have to say it is the most unintuitive app I have ever used. Can't figure out how to add music from my library. I drag-and-drop them and then when I click on the decks screen there are no songs there and no way to load them. Can't find any tutorials anywhere either. The developer really needs to make a PDF manual or even better, a YouTube video showing you how to use this app.

March 14, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMad scientist

Looks interesting...Traktor DJ is pretty much useless to me. Lots of errors when loading songs into a deck, and tempo matching. When the tempo matching works it's great but when it's off you can forget about playing that track.

At $9.99 i mght try my luck....

April 18, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterE Louis
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