Pacemaker Aims to be The Simplest iPad DJ App Yet
Pacemaker wants anybody to be able to DJ. Yes, it has a sync button.
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Removing The Barrier To Entry
What’s the number one stumbling block to the average person looking to get started with DJing? If you guessed “building a music collection” then you answered correctly. Pacemaker solves this problem by connecting to Spotify and granting a user access to the entire Spotify library which currently houses 20 million tracks. So you can go from zero songs to DJ with, to 20 million to DJ with instantly.
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Pacemaker also solves the problem of steep learning curves other iPad DJ apps like Traktor and DJay present to the newbie / hobbyist DJ. The entire goal is for anyone to be able to pick up the app and mix songs with no prior knowledge of DJing.
Full Feature Set
Pacemaker does pretty much what you’d expect any modern piece of software to do including mixing, looping, and saving mixes (with iTunes songs only). Additional filters and effects are available as in-app purchases.
Pacemaker is a free download in the App Store, so it it’s worth checking out.