djDecks, a computer mixing program for both beginning and professional DJ’s, has been updated to version 0.94.

This version brings support for the EKS Otus and the Stanton SCS.3d DaScratch. It also introduces a new tag database, which improves browsing speed and allows for dynamic playlists (based on queries) to be created. As always there have also been various other fixes and improvements.

Changes in djDecks v0.94

  • Added: EKS Otus controller support
  • Added: Stanton SCS.3d DaScratch controller support
  • Added: Create and edit Smart Playlists (dynamically generated)
  • Added: Option to disable tempocontrol while doing effects
  • Added: Sampler can be controlled using HC-4500 controller
  • Added: Support for Edcast Winamp plugin for streaming
  • Added: Dump effect
  • Improved: Completely new tag database (improves loading and browsing speed)
  • Improved: Reading iTunes playlists is much faster now
  • Improved: Compatibility with Denon HS-3700 controller
  • Improved: Selecting and re-ordering columns in playlist can now be done by right-clicking the header
  • Improved: Compatibility with 64-bit Windows versions
  • Fixed: Some crashes that could occur with certain mp3, wma and wav files
  • Fixed: BPM Detection utility stores settings correctly on Vista
  • Fixed: Various sampler bugs
  • Fixed: Problem with unicode characters in ogg and flac tags

djDecks is available for Windows PC for 117 EUR (~$154 USD). A demo version with all features of the full version is available for download here (stops working after 30 minutes of use).

Visit djDecks for more information.