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Now Macs Can Deckadance too

Image Line release V1.2 of Deckadance virtual DJ software

Image Line, the guys that brought you Fruityloops, have finished working on V1.2 of their feature loaded DJ mixing software. This version brings with it compatibility for Intel Macs as well as continuing support for Windows users. Some of the highlights include total Midi control, and it comes with pre-configured setups for working with the Vestax VCI-100, Behringer (BCD2000 & 3000), Allen & Heath Xone:3D, M-Audio XSession, Hercules DJ Console (MP3 & MK II), EKS XP10 and Kontrol-DJ.
Its also a bit of a slut in the digital vinyl control department, and will happily romp with time code disks from Stanton FinalScratch, Serato Scratch Live, MixVibes, and msPinky. And if that's not enough, it wil Borg other formats with its built in 'Learning' mode Time Code calibration system.

  • Deckadance is also unique in the way it can host up to eight VST instruments within its environment, which opens it up to all kinds of creative potential. And if that's not enough, it can also assume the form of a VSTi plugin, so that DJs can mix and scratch directly in an compatible host.

    Deckadance costs $179 (£90), Download the demo now from

  • New Features Update
  • [new] Mac OSX release (Universal Binary) [DD-42].
  • [new] Redesign of the Digital Vinyl System panel. It includes now a real-time signal spectroscope and an easy-to-use interface [DD-43].
  • [new] Vinyl timecode control of decks inside Live and Live LE [DD-44].
  • [new] New Minihost with support for DirectSound drivers and new features as tap master tempo and window resize/move [DD-45].
  • [new] Native support for Numark Total Control console [DD-47].
  • [new] Transform button now also includes "cut" mode [DD-48].
  • [imp] Internal changes to the browser to increase his efficiency [DD-49].
  • [imp] General improvements and bug fixes [DD-50].
  • [imp] Fixed important CPU usage bug in Windows version.
  • [imp] Added white and black updated skins.