FutureDecks Lite
FutureDecks Lite
2.0.3

2.3

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FutureDecks Lite2.0.3

21 September 2010

DJ song mixing solution.

Overview

FutureDecks Lite is a DJ song mixing solution. Beat-matching is just a click away and also are seamless beat-aware loops and many other things. All this thanks to the precise automatic BPM counter. You have a classic DJ setup with 2 decks, mixer and playlist.

Features include:

  • automatic mixing
  • one-click beat-matching
  • seamless looping
  • automatic BPM counter
  • lots of effects, eqs, filters
  • vinyl simulation including scratch, pitch, reverse play
  • separate headphones output and song pre-listening
  • record your mixes
  • iTunes integration

What's new in FutureDecks Lite

Version 2.0.3: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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How would you rate FutureDecks Lite app?

3 Reviews of FutureDecks Lite

1.75
Anonymous
04 August 2005
Version: 1.0

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Looks good, reasonable pricing and many nice features - but no iTunes-support, no Drag & Drop, awful sound and a ridiculous tendency towards crashing. Sorry guys - back to the drawing board! I'll stick to DJ-1800...
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1.75
Anonymous
15 August 2005
Version: 1.0.1
If FutureDecks Lite is supposed to be the "future" of digital deejaying, then I'm pretty glad we're not there yet. The "futuristic" interface is very confusing and hard to read. I wasn't able to figure out what is supposed to be the drop zone. Some tracks played, some not, some other showed up and played all by themselves. The playlist doesn't support Unicode. In fact, I was quite glad this software crashed after about five minutes... ;) In this category, DJ-1800 is the way to go.
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3.25
Anonymous
10 August 2005
Version: 1.0.1
FutureDecks is getting better now that iTunes-integration is there, but there's still room for improvement: bpm-detection is incorrect most of the time ("Only you" by Yazoo on 140 bpm???), still no proper help file, and some of its sound-effects don't do anything (Phase, Reverb, Echo), whereas others sound really quirky (Autopan, Flanger, Delay). It would also be nice if Automix-Function wouldn't sync bpm automatically... But the one thing that makes FutureDecks indispensable is its ability to record one's mixes. As the guys at Xylio seem to pay attention to their customers, I'm having great hopes for the future.
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1.75
Anonymous
04 August 2005
Version: 1.0
Looks good, reasonable pricing and many nice features - but no iTunes-support, no Drag & Drop, awful sound and a ridiculous tendency towards crashing. Sorry guys - back to the drawing board! I'll stick to DJ-1800...
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