Deckadance – New DJ Mixing Software from the Makers of FL Studio


Article Update – this software has released. Use this link to purchase online and save 10% off of sale price ($44 savings). Note, this link is good for all Image-Line audio products.

Image Line, the makers of FL Studio, have created a new product for DJs called Deckadance. It’s  DJ mixing software that can run standalone or as a VST inside of your host application.  You can also act as a VST host.  

Deckadance will support a wide variety of control surfaces including Vestax VCI-100, Behringer BCD2000 & 3000, M-Audio XSession, Allen&Heath Xone:3D, Hercules DJ Console MP3 & MKII & EKS XP10. It will also support a vinyl control and has been tested with msPinky, Stanton FinalScratch, MixVibes, Serato Scratch Live, Virtual DJ & Torq.

Deckadance The software was written by a DJ (DJ Argu) along with the Image Line team so the product should be quite interesting – certainly worth downloading a free trial if you are DJ.

Deckadance will cost $179 and should be available shortly.  I’m
pretty sure I’ll have a 10% off link for this product so subscribe to
this blog soon you’ll get notification when I post a link.

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Mark Mosher • Audio/Visual Synthesist | Boulder, CO View All →

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2 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Writing an article about DJ Softwares can be somewhat interesting as there’s always something new coming out in the market. And so after reading your post about Deckadance, I find it that to be currently, the Best Solution for all DJ’s.


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