By Fidelity Media, Inc.
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Have a rock solid performance with this easy yet powerful system tailored to your live DJ needs. Build and mix playlists with ease. Visually beatmix waveforms with multitouch trackpad gestures or full MIDI control. Playback and preview tracks via AirPlay, Bluetooth headphones, or USB audio interfaces. Enjoy fast and elegant access to your entire iTunes music library, including iTunes Match, DRM tracks, and more.
“A well‐designed, stable application that has flourished with maturity.” —MacUser
“The features make this software sing ...a great buy.” —MacDirectory
“It’s undoubtedly the best system I have worked with.” —Darren Cave
“MegaSeg’s interface is well thought out, direct and elegant.” —Charlie Wilson
“It’s beautiful, intuitive, and a joy to use.” —Kevin Causey
“MegaSeg breaks the mold on what a DJ program should be.” —W. Guy Finley
Mix It Up
• Visually sync waveforms in real‐time
• Use multi‐touch trackpad gestures for cue‐scrub, pitch shift and sync
• Control the flow with a simple dual‐deck layout
• Calculate tempo matches between tracks
• Adjust tempo +/- 100% with pitch lock (time‐stretch)
• Cue multiple memory positions
• Kick back with fully automatic mixing
• One click “on‐the‐fly” segues
Library & Playlist Teamwork
• Enjoy a large view of your library and build playlists side by side
• Perform lightning fast searches and category browsing
• Scan and manage your iTunes Playlists (including iTunes Match)
• View play history logs and auto‐saved playlists
• Display large album artwork on each deck
• Customize list format, size, and colors
In Your Ears
• Preview and cue songs in your headphones without missing a beat
• Works with wireless AirPlay and Bluetooth devices
• Use multiple USB or FireWire audio outputs
• Keep consistent levels with Automatic Volume Control
• Supports any MIDI controller
• Designed exclusively on the Mac for superior stability
• Perform with confidence using simple and intuitive features
• Fully supports iTunes DRM protected audio
What's New in Version 5.9.4
• Improved sound engine with higher quality pitch-locking, seamless looping, and hot swappable output devices.
• Denon MC2000 and MC3000 MIDI controller presets.
• Album Art: Fixed issue where some cover art would not display on Yosemite.
• Decks: The Tap BPM button no longer causes the entire window to move while in full screen mode on Yosemite.
• Edit Categories: Optimized Merge categories function so it doesn't rewrite tags for unchanged categories.
• Edit: Resolved issue where edit dialog was refreshing VU meters too frequently.
• Edit: Using a trackpad's "tap to click" to set times via the up/down arrows works correctly.
• Fixed a bug that caused it to "Check Tags" each launch.
• Fixed a rare error when cueing a new track.
• Fixed a rare error when quitting at the same time album artwork is animating.
• Fixed various interface flicker issues on OS X Yosemite.
• Import: Fixed a bug where the library track count might not refresh after importing.
• Import: The "iTunes Library" import method no longer includes un-downloaded Podcasts.
• Importing now auto-saves the Library when complete.
• Importing: Fixed a bug that could prevent MP4 and M4V video files from importing.
• Library Tools: Import Library as Text no longer gives an error when encountering less columns of data than expected, as well as converts M:SS times to MM:SS format.
• Library: Now attempts to reconnect media on Time Capsule volumes.
• Loading library now displays a warning message if there is an ownership & permissions issue.
• Logs: Fixed a bug where the last track listed under Recently Played would not refresh.
• Logs: The "Days Start At" setting only appears once a specific log date is selected.
• Metadata: Fixed an AAC bug that could cause certain tracks to import without metadata.
• MIDI: Mid EQ signals are now better supported.
• Playlist Browser: Double click on a track with the option key held down now correctly puts it at the top of the main Playlist queue.
• Playlist Browser: Fixed issue where toggling the Playlist browser view would deselect the last selected playlist.
• Playlist Browser: Optimized playlist loading and progress feedback for very large playlists.
• Playlist Browser: Refreshing iTunes playlists redisplays the selected playlist with new content.
• Printed lists now display the intro time based on subtracted cue-in (start) time.
• Two-finger scrolling works while hovering over scrollbars.
• Using Command-Up/Down Arrows to move a selected track in the Playlist no longer causes the Next deck to reload.
• Various other interface tweaks.