We’ve written about RjDj fairly regularly – it makes a ‘reactive music’ app for iPhone that lets people customise music via their device’s accelerometer, touchscreen and microphone. Little Boots and Air already have customised versions. Now RjDj is letting any artist get in on the act, with a new Mac desktop app to create reactive pieces, and an RjDj Network to sell them to people with the iPhone application. The company will take a 50% revenue share of ‘scenes’ sold in this way, and plans to launch an iPad app called RJ Voyager this weekend that will bring the technology to Apple’s tablet too. Source: TechCrunch

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