Does this work with Djay on the iPad?
- Asked by Fx B from Ottawa
- Nov 1, 2012
Pioneer DDJ-WeGO DJ USB MIDI Controller
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5 Answers from the Community
No it only works on the notebook or desktop models with an intel processor and with OS X 10.5 or higher.
- Answered by Kenneth A from Desoto
- Nov 10, 2012
The description of the product notes the following: the DDJ-WeGO can also support other DJ software, including Algoriddim djay.
- Answered by Philip K from Vancouver
- Nov 11, 2012
2 problems I see because I want to do the same thing for a really portable system
Problem 1: . Since the Pioneer DDJ-WeGo uses power from a laptop or desktop computer via the USB port, the iPad would have to supply power to the Pioneer DDJ-WeGo. Not sure how long the iPad battery would last in this configuration. Ideally a power supply and cable with a splitter would supply power to both because the power wires supplying power are dumb and the iPad and Pioneer DDJ-WeGo wouldn't know where the DC power was coming from and wouldn't care.
Problem 2: The bigger problem is programming or mapping the Pioneer DDJ-WeGo to the iPad through MIDI connection. On the iMac and laptop version of the software this is possible. On the iPad and iPhone version I don't believe it is. I have an email in to Algoriddim to answer the question.
- Answered by Daniel B from Richardson
- Nov 10, 2012
yes but there's a special battery thing that conects to the wego
- Answered by Essa R
- May 23, 2013
Yes it does although you'll need the WeCAi cable to connect the controller to your iPad.
- Answered by Chris W
- May 14, 2013