For $20, Djay for iPad is an app that's nearly as good as a regular turntable. Amateur houseparties, begin!
The Mac app Djay, which lets you spin your iTunes library in a virtual two-turntable setup, now has a remote-control app for iPhone.
You don't have to lug decks across town any more to mash up some tunes at a party. Just whip out an iPad and start DJing with this guide.
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The iPad DJing experience is about to get a lot more tactile. Ion's Scratch 2 Go uses suction cups to add all the cool knobs and spinners you really desire.
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CNET's Donald Bell gives the Vestax Spin DJ controller a test drive and shows off the results in a photo gallery.
Apple picks the winners of its annual Design Awards program. The recipients run the gamut from games to apps that help you perfect your golf game.
CNET's Donald Bell gives his first impressions on Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol X1 USB interface for DJs.