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Posted Fri 02 Dec 16 @ 4:28 am
So your MIDI controller is connected to the computer, while the Remote application adds another "controller" to VirtualDJ.
Posted Fri 02 Dec 16 @ 5:55 am
Posted Fri 02 Dec 16 @ 10:33 pm
the app was waiting for me to load a track (i have a soft spot for apps) and so i did. that and the rest is history. intuitive as hell, and no overkill, very quick (no latency) and what is the gain? i do not sit behind the jogs all the time when vdj is running, meaning that the app has it all. it is the best fitting app i know so far. the app has controls for all you need to perform work or so and in the mean time mix , or automatiix and the day is good.!!
regarding size matters:
i have a phone , no tablet and it is fine for vdj.
i also use touchDAW to manage DAW software wireless. it works seamless with all DAWS via midi over Wi-Fi and is very stable like vdj app.
but for DAW software to control ( the app has no instruments but a does provide 2 virtual midi controllers with midi ports , easy connections and the whole shebang ,, a mixer, a keyboard, the main panel, a turmoil (xyz pads) a midi clock and full midi config , incoming and outgoing and is ideal for remote working with a computer program if you have a tablet at least. . that was my point on size .. vdj is tailor-made and via your vdj account it knows all that vdj database knows so no hassle with double work,.., and unless you want to connect the dj controller to your phone and give it a good ride (midi over usb otg works fine but , i think the phone dies in seconds...)
it is a great app... and worth the money..
the best selling point is: for everything is an app (or 200). travel, dating, social media, health, tinder costs more than vdj :) so just do iT!
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