Major update to Virtual DJ allows real-time stem separating

Fully control kicks, vocals and hi-hats all with the push of a button

The world’s most popular DJ software has seen a major update which has landed them in the spotlight of late. Their new and exclusive technology gives users the ability to separate track stems live whilst DJing. The DJ tech giants who boast more than 150 million downloads in over 180 countries are continuing to innovate in their space.


The major update provides a real-time split of musical components, including separated acapellas, instruments, and beats all at the click of a button. This pinpoint isolation opens up a brand new door for creativity and allows any user to hand-pick parts of a track to work their magic on.

What does this mean for DJS?

The use of this technology will range depending on the user. However, this game-changing update unlocks endless possibilities which artists of every level can utilise to enhance their performances. Could this change mixing as we know it?

Beginner DJs will be able to practice and master stem mixing, taking them to the next part of their musical journey and a step ahead in the busy beginners market.

Mobile DJs can quickly and easily cherry-pick parts of a track right from their laptop to keep the crowd engaged no matter the audience, as well as creating on-the-spot remixes to leave a lasting impression.


Scratch DJs are given the power to create instant acapellas in real-time on any track, leaving the cleanest sound when scratching your favourite vocal.

Club DJs can use this technology to have complete control of the various elements in a dance track. Adjust hi-hats to change the energy and smoothen transitions by isolating the kicks and vocals just the way you want.

This new and exciting update to the DJ world offers unrestricted access to really customise mixing your favourite tracks in a way you’ve never done before. Fine-tuning tweaks have already been made to the update to increase the quality of separated stems and add further control with a bleeding parameter. Who knows what’s next.

To find out more visit their website here, or check out the video below!



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