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    Using Project Islandwood the world's most popular virtual DJ software suite is now a full UWP app for Windows 10. The award-winning software also uses the power of Surface Studio and Surface Dial is new, mind blowing ways.
    One of the world's most popular music and mixing software is making a momentous jump from iOS, macOS, and Android to Windows 10. Made by Algoriddim djay Pro is now a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app that can be downloaded through the Windows Store to millions of users.
    Even more exciting is that djay Pro takes full advantage of Surface Studio, Surface devices, and the Surface Dial to be used for the ultimate DJ music experience. Windows 10 users on any other PC – even without a touchscreen – can also use the software as well.

    The software was converted to a UWP using the Project Islandwood tools that enable developers to convert code from iOS to Windows 10. Working closely with Microsoft the Algoriddim engineers then added abilities for Surface Dia and touch. Perhaps even more exciting is that the Surface Dial and djay Pro for the first use zone-controls where the Surface Dial behaves differently depending on where it is placed on the Surface Studio's display.

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    04-10-2017 09:10 AM

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