Transitions DJ 1.2.6
Annotates your music with beats, bars, and phrases
Transitions DJ's aim is to produce great live mixes without any external hardware, not even a second output for headphones. Transitions DJ makes up for the preview ability of headphones by providing excellent music visualizations.
Waveforms colored by sound frequency reveal the acoustic properties of the music, allowing the DJ to identify musical elements such bass, snare, and vocals. Additionally, Transitions DJ lets you label your music with high-level structure such as verse, chorus, bridge, etc. so you can see exactly how your transitions will play out.
Transitions DJ uses beat detection algorithms to determine the low-level musical structure of your songs (beats and bars). The phrase level musical structure is retrieved from our community-created song annotation database, browsable at http://www.transitions.dj/songs.html.
The goal is to create a comprehensive database of song structure for DJs, similar to lyrics or guitar tab databases currently available to singers and guitarists. You can contribute to the database by uploading annotations you create with Transitions DJ.
- Zoomable waveforms, colored by sound frequency
- Annotations of beats, bars, and phrases (verse, chorus, etc.)
- Automatic beatmatching
- BPM detection
- Key lock
- Playback of mp3, m4a, FLAC, ogg, wav, and aiff formats.
- Recording to FLAC, ogg, and wav formats
- Single deck mode
- Dual soundcard output for external mixers
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What's New in version 1.1.0
- Integration with iTunes library (read-only)
- Index column in playlist view
- Full-screen app support in Lion
- Bug fixes