Mixing: DJ-1800 v3.2


The professional DJ software for Mac called DJ-1800 has been updated again.
Version 3.2 introduces Nicecast and Hercules Rmx support, and adds a new full-screen mode.
This is from the press-release I've got on email today:

Broadcast to the world with DJ-1800 v3.2

DJ-1800 v3.2 launches today with exciting new additions to the acclaimed professional DJ software for Mac.
v3.2 adds full support for the internet broadcasting application "Nicecast", enabling DJs to broadcast their mixes to the world. In addition, v3.2 adds a new Full Screen mode, introduces support for the popular Hercules DJ Console Rmx controller, and improves DJ-1800's iPhone and iTunes integration.
Dave Addey, CEO of DJ-1800 said: "Nicecast and DJ-1800 could have been made for each other. This new version makes it easy to show off your mixing skills to the world! And we're really excited to bring Hercules Rmx support to DJ-1800. With its rock-solid build quality, microphone talk-over feature and four-channel sound card, it's no surprise that the new Rmx is already one of the most popular DJ controllers around."
A fully-featured demo of DJ-1800 is available to download from www.dj1800.com, with the full version retailing at $80. Users who have previously purchased DJ-1800 v1 or v2 can upgrade for $20. v3.2 is a free upgrade for users of v3.0 or v3.1.
Nicecast and Hercules DJ Controller Rmx support is provided via two new plug-ins, available to download for free from the DJ-1800 web site:
A demo of Nicecast is available to download from www.rogueamoeba.com, with the full version retailing at $40.

You can read more about DJ-1800 here.

"DJ-1800 is a complete, self-contained professional DJ system for the Mac - all you need is some amplification!" Link