liveDJpro is all about live audio broadcasting for any kind of DJ. All of the innovations used in liveDJpro are targeted to make a DJs life easier so you can give the customer a better experience instead of worrying about your DJ technology.
Version: 1.5.627liveDJpro is all about live audio broadcasting for any kind of DJ. All of the innovations used in liveDJpro are targeted to make a DJs life easier so you can give the customer a better experience instead of worrying about your DJ technology.
License: Free To Try $55.00
Operating System: Windows
So what makes liveDJpro different? We've brought hundreds of DJ comments together over the years and created a DJ package from it. We've concentrated on the ease-of-use and the functionality.
Maybe the most important part of liveDJpro is it's media Players. The DJ can operate up to 10 Players at any one time. Each Player has silence detection facilities which means, after a Playlist has been built, liveDJpro can run completely unattended without the risk of those awkward silences between tracks. The Players also show a visible waveform for the loaded media and have support for BPM detection (beats-per-minute).
If the DJ using liveDJpro is more like a radio station DJ, they can use the powerful Sample Players. With up to 100 Sample Banks and 200 Samples per Sample Bank, there will be no shortage of space. You can even use up to 10 Sample Players to manage them all simultaneously. A Sample is a small sound file such as an advertisement, jingle or sound effect.
Manage your media with up to 10 Playlists by building them quickly and easily. Use the Query windows to perform a search through 20, 000 media files in less than five seconds. The media database keeps track of your activity so reporting can be done in a breeze. This database is self-maintaining so you will never need to do any work yourself. Also, you donâ€™t have to wait for it to scan through your huge collection of media files. It simply builds itself piece by piece.
liveDJpro has extensive support for multiple soundcards. This is especially useful for being able to monitor a track without broadcasting it to the audience. Up to 10 outputs are supported but there is no limit to how many soundcards you can use.
Version 1.5.627: Please see web site for details of changes