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  • March 04, 2018 00:00
    jayneural
    Change in reply by jayneural to I think I know the app you’re talking about and totally agree with the comments on it, I’d add I hardly understand the subscription pricing model it offers, which I believe doesn’t make sense for the typically occasional use case of a DJing app on an iOS device.<br /><br /> Now if we turn back to Djay, I still don’t get how the ability of customizing the mapping of an already supported controller is putting in question the business model. Serato which is the king of these kind of business models is itself allowing to remap the buttons of supported controllers. Doesn’t it ?.
  • March 03, 2018 20:42
    [deleted user]
    Change in reply by [deleted user] to Agreed, Steve. If anytime is looking to DJ with iOS on any USB Class compliant controller, djay / djay 2 / djay Pro will not be the best app for you. Look elsewhere...another pro-level app allows user-based mapping to midi devices and is rock solid, with some pre-baked mapping’s in place, but nothing stopping you amending them (in-app) to best fit your needs. The reason this works is that the app developer has no tie-in with hardware manufacturers. So their app name never appears on official documentation, press release or branding &amp; they get no money as a result of pairing exclusivity. <br /><br /> It is a great shame Algoriddim won’t open this up, but I doubt they lose much custom as a result of not doing so..
  • September 05, 2017 08:01
    jayneural
    Change in reply by jayneural to Pioneer mixers aren’t class compliant audio cards so no chance to see it working on an iOS device unless Pioneer itself creates an app that incorporates the audio card driver. If you want a class compliant audio mixer I suggest you either the Rane 57mkii or the the Mixars Duo. And de if any day Algoriddim adds external mixer routing you won’t even needn’t a mapping as it will just route audio on each channel and let you use analog EQs/filters. See here my feature request for external audio routing mode : <a href="https://c.getsatisfaction.com/algoriddim/topics/bring-external-mixer-mode-routing-to-ios-djay-pro" rel="nofollow">https://c.getsatisfaction.com/algorid...</a> You can vote for it if you’re interested..
  • September 05, 2017 07:57
    jayneural
    Change in reply by jayneural to Pioneer mixers aren’t class compliant audio cards so no chance to see it working on an iOS device unless Pioneer itself creates an app that incorporates the audio card driver. If you want a class compliant audio mixer I suggest you either the Rane 57mkii or the the Mixars Duo. And de if any day Algoriddim adds external mixer routing you won’t even needn’t a mapping as it will just route audio on each channel and let you use analog EQs/filters..
  • March 08, 2017 05:52
    Merc Mrc, the poster:
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  • February 25, 2016 02:46
    Ste Night
    Change in reply by Ste Night to Yup,<br /><br /> 1: ask someone to email you the rmx2 mapping is the easiest option if you can find someone that has it!!<br /><br /> 2: borrow or use a Mac with the free djay for Mac demo.<br /><br /> Or<br /><br /> 3: the way I did it and not for the faint of heart!!!<br /><br /> Using a Windows pc/laptop<br /><br /> Download a demo version of VMware which allows you to run a virtual pc within your pc..<br /><br /> Download the Mac operating system and load it onto VMware (plenty of YouTube vids to show you how)<br /><br /> You now have a fully working Mac on you pc.<br /><br /> Download the djay pro demo and make a midi map for your controller. Remember to save your mapping every few mins as the demo craps out after 10 mins or so.<br /><br /> I have been doing this for years so look back at a few of my other posts.<br /><br /> I prefer to use a jailbriken iPad because I need to change the mappings of SUPPORTED controllers and this is not possible in any other workaround with a virgin iPad. <br /><br /> Have fun and to all you other djays who have contributed long and hard dispite the lack of response from the GODs!!! Hang in there because we have all helped each other get through. Ps. For some reason I couldn't login under Hotmail & had to use google, so it looks like this is my first post! I'm there as STENIGHT.
  • February 25, 2016 02:46
    Ste Night
    Change in reply by Ste Night to Yup,<br /><br /> 1: ask someone to email you the rmx2 mapping is the easiest option if you can find someone that has it!!<br /><br /> 2: borrow or use a Mac with the free djay for Mac demo.<br /><br /> Or<br /><br /> 3: the way I did it and not for the faint of heart!!!<br /><br /> Using a Windows pc/laptop<br /><br /> Download a demo version of VMware which allows you to run a virtual pc within your pc..<br /><br /> Download the Mac operating system and load it onto VMware (plenty of YouTube vids to show you how)<br /><br /> You now have a fully working Mac on you pc.<br /><br /> Download the djay pro demo and make a midi map for your controller. Remember to save your mapping every few mins as the demo craps out after 10 mins or so.<br /><br /> I have been doing this for years so look back at a few of my other posts.<br /><br /> I prefer to use a jailbriken iPad because I need to change the mappings of SUPPORTED controllers and this is not possible in any other workaround with a virgin iPad. <br /><br /> Have fun and to all you other djays who have contributed long and hard dispite the lack of response from the GODs!!! Hang in there because we have all helped each other get through. Ps. For some reason I couldn't login under Hotmail & had to use google, so it looks like this is my first post! I'm there as STENIGHT.
  • January 26, 2016 02:22
    Tucker
    Change in reply by Tucker to Yeah but then they wanna be cute and lock down all their natively supported devices like the wego3. You remap it on the Mac then it ignores the map on the iOS device even after you import it..
  • December 21, 2015 20:37
    Jason Roseweir, the poster:
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