The music mixing application Djay will be updated on the Mac today and supports Apple’s new M1 processor. This makes Djay one of the first update applications for the debut of the Arm-based Mac to be released next week.
Now, the feature has been updated to support isolation of bass lines, and has built-in effects that allow you to manipulate these specific elements while playing songs. You can add echo to the human voice or amplify the drums. There are more than 40 effects available. Algoriddim, the developer of the app, also added the ability to loop isolated parts of a track and fade in and out between isolated elements of different songs.
The new version of Djay is also versatile, which means that if you pay on a Mac, you will also get the app on iOS. Djay is free to get started, but you have to pay $50 per year to unlock all its features, including Neural Mix, Automix (this feature will automatically convert between audio tracks) and core DJing tools (such as four-tone grid view), built-in loops and Samples and support for DJ controllers.