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DIGITALLY IMPORTED STREAMING SERVICE

Internet streaming services are changing the way dance music is enjoyed by legions of dance music fans across the globe, offering a wealth of shows and a 24-hour listening experience that captures the vibe of the dance music community from one centralised location.

Digitally Imported are one company leading the charge in this online arena, however, until recently, they've existed more as an underground, word-of-mouth service than in-your-face providers such as Spotify and Deezer.

TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT ALGORIDDIM PRO DJAY

Algoriddim's djay is a name that is best known for the rather excellent iOS app, which has gone from strength-to-strength, even winning an Apple Design Award in 2011, but this software has actually been around since 2006 when it was first released for OSX.

The ethos behind djay has always been to make a DJing platform that is fun to use and very easy to learn, as well as being easy on the pocket. It has been marketed towards casual mixers and the "mix curious", but that is about to change.

ALGORIDDIM DJAY 2.5: THE FUTURE NOW

Not since the dreaded 'Sync Button' has one product courted more controversy. However, Algoriddim’s update to their mighty popular DJAY 2 app has started a whole new level of debate. Some will love it, others will loathe it, but as it was when DJs started to take laptops into clubs when digital was just a fledgling advancement, a point that often brought scorn, so it will be again as DJs entertain the power of instant streaming — potentially unlimited tracks — and the ability to have the next track selected for you.

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