DJ app 'edjing' lands on the Windows Store with support for Continuum

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The popular audio mixing app, edjing, has launched for Windows 10 and supports the operating system’s new Continuum feature that allows users to drag and drop content between the mobile and desktop versions.
Here’s the official description:
Remix in an instant thanks to edjing’s ultra user-friendly interface and its palette of over 20 DJ effects and functions. Then share your best work and let your talent be discovered!
With the new edjing 5 audio system, the result of five years of R&D, you can benefit for free from the best sound rendition ever developed. This revolutionary technology enables you to scratch and mix like a pro on vinyl turntables.
The latest version of the app sports several new features with the most notable being advanced BPM adjustment using the ‘Tap BPM’ function, automated audio effects sync on the beats of songs, a ‘Slip’ mode that can be activated for Loops and Scratch, new manual options for editing sound effects, the ability to create edjing playlsits directly from within the app, a redesigned interface for managing DJ FX, and faster access to favorites directly from the turntables.
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