djay Pro for Windows launches with Neural Mix tech, where DJs can isolate track elements – DJ TechTools

Algoriddim has released the Windows edition of its flagship djay Pro software, opening the door for expansion to PC users. Originally exclusive to Mac, djay Pro’s Windows edition claims to be completely re-engineered from the getgo, with the full swath of the original program’s features – including Algoriddim’s Neural Mix technology, track playback from your favorite streaming platforms and more.

Key features

  • With Neural Mix technology, djay Pro users are able to isolate a track’s elements and manipulate them in real time on their Windows devices
  • The DVS (Digital Vinyl System) feature makes for a seamless integration of your analog and digital worlds: up your turntables to a compatible mixer and use djay Pro to mix and scratch digital music with timecode vinyl.
  • Play tracks directly from Beatport and Beatsource when signed into your accounts, or use music you’ve locally stored on your device from SoundCloud or TIDAL.
  • djay is a standalone software compatible with 100+ controllers and audio interfaces with low-latency integration.

So if you’re a Windows user, have at it. The base version is free, and a $49.99/year subscription gets you access to all features.

You can download djay Pro for free on the Microsoft Store, and get the full run-down of tech specs from Algoriddim.