Tag: dj apps

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Skrachy debuts DJ  livestream ecosystem with day-long DJ stream

We featured US-based startup Skrachy back in May where founder Kevan Cooper explained how their platform was  built “to empower the DJ and revolutionise their business model,” by giving DJs a place to be discovered,...
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Tribe XR strikes Beatport deal for virtual reality DJing

Tribe XR is an interesting music/tech startup: we wrote about it when it pitched as part of the Techstars Music demo day in May. It’s a virtual reality DJ training app: people put on their VR headset and learn to...
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Pacemaker DJ app secures extension to Spotify API shutdown

Earlier this year, it was revealed that Spotify was ending its support for DJ apps, meaning that they’d be unable to use its API to provide music for their users. One of the main DJ app makers, Algoriddim, is switching...
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DJ app Pacemaker to license directly after Spotify API pulled

Spotify is ending its support for third-party DJ apps by removing their access to its API from 1 July. Now one of those apps, Pacemaker, is revealing its plans to adapt. “We’re working on bringing music directly...
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Mixmstr mobile game wants to generate revenues for artists

“Play gigs! Buy records! Fill the dance floor & become a Superstar DJ.” But enough about Music Ally’s ambitions for December. No, this is the introductory blurb for a new mobile game called Mixmstr, launched by...
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Vibble is the latest DJ / mixing app for music fans

It’s been interesting to watch the development of ‘DJ’ apps over the last decade. This category started with apps mimicking physical two-deck systems, but through apps like Pacemaker and Serato Pyro, has evolved...
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Djay goes pro for Mac while Pacemaker goes on Autopilot for iPad

One of 2014’s more under-the-radar digital music trends has been the way DJing apps have been getting more into streaming, courtesy of deals with Spotify in particular. Two of its partner DJ apps – Djay and Pacemaker...