Thus far I’ve been disappointed with the music app offerings on the iPhone, except for RjDj. RjDj is “reactive music” software. It changes and moves with the listener, picking up elements of the environment that adjust the music you’re listening to. It is one of, if not the, most innovative music program to come to Apple’s hardware – pointing to the future of how we will listen to and interact with music.
Here’s the great news – RjDj is coming to the iPad and has apparently been given steroids. Check this shiz out:
Now that is a whole helluva lot cooler than screwing around with an 808 kit on your touch screen. There has been a lot of buzz about the possibilities of music software on the iPad and this release is a good indication that developers will be able to do a lot more on this platform than they were able to do on the iPhone.