You don’t have to buy all that expensive equipment if you want to give DJ-ing a try. Thanks to several apps that are easily accessible, you can freely channel your inner music creator to compose sick tunes. Some of these apps are free to download, but the ones that are paid, don’t make that big a hole in your wallet. Besides, you can start off with the free ones, and go for the paid apps once you’ve sharpened your skills enough. Without wasting any more time then, let’s get going with this list of the best apps that let you mix music.
GarageBand – iOS
GarageBand is a no-brainer if you’re an iOS user. This app presents you with a wide range of instruments from around the world. And you can play them with a simple easy to understand interface. You can even use this app to download loop packs that can be mixed with your tunes.
Download here: iOS
DJ Studio 5 – Android
This app presents you with a virtual turntable to let you mix, remix, scratch, loop or pitch your music using your phone or tablet. It moreover, even lets you import songs from your own MP3 library. All this and plenty more is on offer via DJ Studio 5. It’s a free app, but it contains in-app purchases that let you enhance your DJ-ing experience furthermore.
Download here: Android
edjing Mix – iOS And Android
This one holds the distinction of being the world’s most downloaded DJ app. Designed in partnership with professional DJs, it grants you an intuitive interface to provide direct and quick access to all the essential features needed to mix your own music. This is one more app in our list that’s free to download but contains micro-transactions.
djay 2 – iOS And Android
This app is aimed at turning your phones and tablets into full-featured DJ systems. One of its best features is its Spotify integration which lets you instantly access your favourite songs and playlists. It even features an intelligent song recommendation engine that suggests songs that can be mixed into a particular track. This one’s a paid app on both iOS and Android.
Cross DJ – iOS And Android
Cross DJ is yet another free app in this list, but it does feature in-app purchases. One of the best qualities of Cross DJ is its accurate BPM tracking. It’s a truly useful DJ app if you’re a beginner.
If you’re into mixing music using your phones and tablets, which app do you think should have been included in this list?