It is compatible with PCs and laptops running the Windows operating system.
95% have it
2. Has automatic crossfade
This feature gives you the ability to switch from one song to the next by lowering the volume of one song and increasing volume of the other.
65% have it
3. Is compatible with Mac OS X
It is compatible with Mac OS X devices such as MacBooks and iMacs.
78% have it
4. Supports MIDI and HID controllers
The DJ software is compatible with most external MIDI and HID controllers.
65% have it
5. Has beat gridding feature
This feature will find beats in the music so you can assign them to certain sound, effects and songs. Usually a visible grid appears over the track spectrum.
41% have it
6. Has scratch effect
This feature gives you the ability to create the classic DJ effect of scratching a vinyl record while playing.
68% have it
7. Is free and open source
Anyone is free to use, copy, study, and change the software in any way, and the source code is openly shared so that people are encouraged to voluntarily improve the design of the software.
3% have it
8. Supports microphones
The DJ software supports external microphones hardware and often has a special control section for that.
49% have it
9. Has automatic beat matching
In order to have a smoother transition while mixing, the software can automatically sync the tempo/beat of the two songs.
81% have it
10. has automatic key detection
The software can automatically detect the key the music is in, allowing you to easily mix tracks with similar keys. This feature could help DJs in choose a suitable song to mix next.
62% have it
11. Supports WAVE files
The DJ software supports WAVE (.wav) lossless audio format. These files don’t usually have any room for metadata.
81% have it
12. Supports MP3 files
The DJ software supports MP3 audio format. MP3 is the most widespread of the lossy formats. (MP3s at 320kbps are generally accepted as pretty indistinguishable from CD sound quality).
89% have it
13. Has loops
The DJ software lets you repeat certain effects or parts of a song as much as you want. It started with CDJ players, where there was a “loop in” and “loop out” pair of buttons. You had to time precisely when you hit the buttons to get the perfect loop.
86% have it
14. Has pitch shifting
Also known as pitch bend, pitch shifting allows you to change the pitch of the music.