July 23, 2010 in Music and Recording (F)
[prMac.com] Denver, Colorado - NCH Software, the leading provider of audio, video, business and telephony/VoIP tools and utilities worldwide, today announced that its Zulu Virtual DJ software is now available for the Mac, completing a full Mac version of the NCH Audio Suite. Zulu for Mac provides all the same powerful features professional and amateur Disc Jockeys alike have relied on in the Windows version. Users can drag and drop music files anywhere on the Zulu D J Software interface and preview tracks before they play, and then mix music while adding special effects such as distortion, reverb, and delay on the fly.
Zulu allows for a wide range of control over a playlist, from AutoPlay mode for hands-off mixing, to powerful tools for more advanced disc jockeys including real-time pitch and tempo control, cue points, and an effects rack. With Zulu's advanced automatic beat detection and cross-fading between decks, users can easily take their DJ skills to the next level. Additional features include:
* Keyboard 'Hot Keys' to control Zulu DJ Software
* Loop sections within a track
* Separate audio output for headphones
* Can be used alone or with any USB mixing console
Zulu supports most audio file formats and integrates with the rest of the NCH Audio Suite for all your audio needs, which includes WavePad audio editor, MixPad multitrack recorder and mixer, RecordPad audio recorder, and Switch audio file converter.
NCH Software offers more than 80 easy-to-use audio, video, business, and telephony/VoIP software solutions that improve productivity and usability for small businesses and consumers. Focused on specific needs, they produce software with all the bells and whistles of typical brands, but without the complexity. NCH Software provides users with what they need at a price they can afford. This approach generates more than four million unique visitors and nearly three million downloads per month from the company's website, NCH Software. Copyright (C) 2010 NCH Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.