The Verge reports today on a new DJ app that has just been launched by Pacemaker, in conjunction with Spotify. The new app has exclusive access to Spotifyâ€™s huge, 20-million-plus, streaming music library, and also lets the user play two Spotify tracks at once, for the first time ever.
The free app is a little different to other DJ apps you can find in the App Store, such as Djay and Traktor, according to Pacemakerâ€™s creator, Jonas Norberg, who says, â€œWe want to do for music what Fifty Three did for drawing on the iPad.â€
Essentially, Pacemaker is an app that even DJ novices can pick up and play, and The Vergeâ€™s hands-on report testifies to this. According to the review, the app is easy to play even if you donâ€™t have any DJ-ing experience, and the massive Spotify playlist at your fingertips is another obvious plus point.
â€œDemocratizing DJing was something weâ€™ve always been striving for,â€ Norberg told The Verge. â€œWe have a free app thatâ€™s really easy to get into - and now the barrier is removed by having Spotify integration.â€
Click here to download the free app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pacemaker/id593873080?mt=8
Source: Pacemaker and Spotify cue up the iPad's simplest DJ app | The Verge