Stanton DJ, the iconic global brand, announces the first of many new DJ software advances in its new partnership with Deckadance. “Stanton Deckadance 2.50 is a mature professional DJ mixing software with a long history. We have been working proactively with DJ’s to bring next generation creative tools to them all over the world. This release is the starting point of the journey.” Says Senior Software Developer, R & D Luis Serrano. Deckadance 2 can run VST compliant effects and/or softsynths for producing unique mind blowing musical performances and can also be controlled with MIDI controllers, time coded vinyl and CD systems. Deckadance 2 provides all the necessary tools and features for the modern DJ. Deckadance 2.50 elevates creative expression whether you’re a touring professional, remix/groove producer, turntablist, scratch DJ, club DJ, mobile DJ, or just prefer to create at home. Its powerful ability to run as either a standalone application, or within your favorite host application (such as a DAW with VST support) allows for flexible configurations depending on your performance objectives. Deckadance DVS edition includes all the features of the Standard edition plus Vinyl/CD timecode support and the ability to generate a timecode file to be burned to CD.
“Version 2.50 marks the initial release of Deckadance 2 under the Stanton DJ brand. Deckadance 2 is a professional DJ mixing and performance solution available in both Standard and DVS editions. This release focuses on "under the hood" improvements and demonstrates Stanton DJ's commitment to continued creative support for DJ performers/producers worldwide, while establishing the technological groundwork needed for exciting future innovations.” states Gibson Pro Audio Program Manager, Adrian Mongeli. Utilizing élastique Pro V3 / [aufTAKT] V3 technology by zplane.development and ROLI's cross-platform audio framework JUCE, Deckadance 2.50 has reduced latency and dramatically improved stability across a very intuitive user interface.
New Deckadance 2.50 features include Yosemite/Windows 10 support, MIDI learn engine with FX, Grossbeat and SmartKnob settings saved and restored at startup and MIDI scripts for Stanton DJC.4, SCS.4DJ, Behringer CMD PL-1, DC-1, DV-1, MM-1, LC-1 and Studio 4A controllers.
Users who need to migrate their Image Line Deckadance account to Stanton DJ may do so by visiting http://www.cakewalk.com/Register/Deckadance-Registration.
A serial number is required and can be found by simply opening Deckadance and going to the Preferences>Registration screen. Existing Deckadance v2.xx customers can update to v2.50 for free at: http://www.stantondj.com/deckadance-2.html and click on the “Updates” tab. Users who have an older, free or discontinued version, that was included in a hardware controller, for example, will need to purchase a new 2.50 license-which will include free, future updates.
Simply visit: http://www.stantondj.com/deckadance-2.html for more information.
Pricing for the new software is:
More Information and Logos can be found here: Stanton Deckadance v2.50