Atomix is the company that brings us the super popular DJ software known as Virtual DJ. Virtual DJ has been making waves among Digital Vinyl users recently when they announced that their new algorithm for their DVS engine is as good as any other software out there and they've been challenging DJ's to see if they can break it. Atomix has started a new video web series called Power Room that will feature Virtual DJ being used and abused by some of the best DJ's around.
In this seventh (part 2) episode, the Atomix team take the Virtual DJ DVS setup (which can run on virtually any vinyl timecode or 4x4 DJ soundcard/mixer) to Canada on the road to the DMC Canadian championships to see DMC DJ All Good to get his impressions of the new vinyl engine in VDJ 8. Check out the quick scratch DJ performance and interview below to see how it works out...
Atomix Power Room S01 E7 Part 2
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