Fidelity Media has announced an update to their DJ and Radio automation software, MegaSeg 4. The new version 4.0.1, available for immediate download at www.megaseg.com, adds over 30 improvements and fixes including support for the DAC-3 and Hercules MK2 USB DJ controllers, a MIDI Learn function, and improvements in performance, ID3 tag reading, the mixer, edit and preference dialogs, and the artist separation rules feature, among others.
The recently released MegaSeg 4.0 brought Universal Binary support to the program, as well as tighter iTunes and Spotlight search integration, syncing library data across local networks, interface customization, a robust set of color coding options, hierarchical folder tree navigation, Ambient Video Playlists for continuous video output, mic play-through, enhanced track looping and pitch-lock mixing, and a host of other improvements.
Price and Availability
MegaSeg 4.0.1 is now available through Fidelity Media at www.megaseg.com
for a suggested retail price of $249 (US). The update is free for all MegaSeg 4.0 users, and will be notified automatically via email. Owners of older versions can upgrade for $79 (US). MegaSeg supports all Apple Mac G3, G4, G5, and Intel systems running Mac OS X 10.2 or higher, with a 600 MHz or faster processor, and a minimum of 512 MB of RAM.
MegaSeg is a self-contained DJ mixing and radio automation system which benefits from the ease, mobility, and reliability of Mac computers. MegaSeg enables DJs and radio stations to put their massive music libraries on their Mac and seamlessly segue or beat mix between songs or music videos, trigger sound effects via hot keys, use color coded requests lists, cue tracks on a second output, create dynamic scheduled playlists, and program playlist events. Mobile DJs can use MegaSeg to easily add systems to their growing business, and is a professional solution for anyone who needs more mixing control than Apple's iTunes or iPods offer. MegaSeg is fully integrated with the iTunes library and playlists, and compatible with songs bought from the iTunes Music Store.
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