Mixvibes Cross DJ for iPad 1.4 ships this week. Big news: it can be controlled by wellknown controllers. Actually, it’s the first time some of these controllers can be used with an iPad.
Scratch on iPad like never before
Yes, Cross DJ has the best scratch on the App Store. Not only it sounds better than in other apps, it is also more responsive. Blame this realistic vinyl feel on Mixvibes’ true audio expertise: the company pioneered digital scratch technology in the early 00’s.
Same controls as real DJ software, yet easy to use
Cross DJ iPad is no toy DJ app. Made by DJs for DJs, it works like a pair of CDJs and a mixer. The similarity of the workflow ensure seasoned DJs instant familiarity with Cross DJ’s system. Moreover, the app is easy to use. Its interface is more userfriendly than featurefocused DJ apps.
Plug and play setup
Cable wise, all you need is a Camera Connection Kit + the controller’s power supply or a generic powered USB hub. No configuration is required in the app: everything is plug and play.
Cross DJ for iPad is sold at a promotional price for a limited time only $3,99 (instead of $9.99) MIDI control is available as a $9.99 inapp purchase. 5 minutes free access is available to test before buying the inapp.
8 controllers get iPad mixing for the first time
● Mixvibes U Mix Control Pro
● Mixvibes U Mix Control Pro 2
● Pioneer DDJWeGo
● Numark Mixtrack Pro
● Numark Mixtrack Pro 2
● Hercules DJ Console RMX 2
● Hercules DJ Control Instint
● Hercules DJ Control AIR
(requires Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit)
And 2 others popular iOS designed controllers are mapped:
● Vestax Spin2
● Numark iDJ Live