Needless to say, the accessory industry amplified (no pun intended) this trend, outing an abundance of accompanying devices for music lovers out there, that worked in sync with their iPhones and iPads. We are not even talking about speaker docks that double as a nightstand here.
There are turntables, stomp pedals and vinyl records-iPhone transfer systems. We round up a few of the interesting ones that might make you eager to unleash your inner DJ, while you wait for the wonders of the next iPad.
Unleash your inner DJ: Cool musical accessories for the iPad and the iPhone
2. iDJ Live
Numark's iDJ Live for the iPad allows you to "mix and scratch your music, including your iTunes Music
Libraries using two large performance platters and a central mixer
section with a crossfader, buttons and knobs. iDJ Live is laid out in to
carefully recreate the two-decks-and-a-mixer setup that professional
DJs prefer. Just load your tracks to either Deck A or Deck B, and then
control it, cueing up the start point, performing advanced transitions
and even scratching". The platters cost less than $100 now, so it's a great starter kit if you are willing to learn.