October 12, 2010 in Music and Recording (E)
[prMac.com] Champaign-Urbana, Illinois - Fidelity Media today released a new version of their Mac-based MegaSeg DJ software and radio automation system with several new features and over 100 improvements. MegaSeg version 5.5 debuts a new Wave Viewer with trackpad beat syncing and scrubbing for easy visual beat mixing and cueing. The feature is compatible with MacBook trackpads as well as Apple's new wireless Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad. In addition, MegaSeg 5.5 integrates album art displays within redesigned decks and track info popups. The category browser has robust new audio and video filter options to help find specific media types fast.
MegaSeg update 5.5 adds powerful 3x gain controls for softer tracks, minimum title and album separation rules, and video icons in list views. The update also refines handling of streaming online broadcasts, automatic volume adjustments, the playlist scheduler, drag-n-drop track reordering, and more.
MegaSeg is the premiere professional DJ and broadcast automation system for audio/video mixing and music scheduling designed specifically for Mac computers and compatible with iTunes. MegaSeg enables seamless transitions between songs and videos, triggering sound effects via hot keys, cueing tracks on a second output, and creation of automated scheduled playlists.
Pricing and Availability:
MegaSeg 5.5 is available for download today as a free update for MegaSeg 5 users, a $79 (USD) upgrade for older versions, and $249 for new users. A free trial version is also available.
Located in Champaign-Urbana Illinois, Fidelity Media was founded in 1998 with a vision to simplify music mixing and library management for DJs, radio stations, hotels, restaurants, retail, and other performance and recreational industries. Its flagship product, MegaSeg, continues to spearhead the digital music revolution on the Mac platform, and is used in over 90 countries worldwide. Copyright (C) 2010 Fidelity Media, Inc. 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.