Algoriddim Djay for iPhone: How do I set multiple cue points?
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    Default Algoriddim Djay for iPhone: How do I set multiple cue points?

    Their website and the app itself say that the iPhone app supports multiple cue points. For some reason I can't figure out how to do this! I'm only able to set one. Hoping one of you with the app can help me out!

    Having tons of fun with this app. Just wish there was a key lock function too though!

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    pretty sure you only get one on the iphone version and only the ipad version has multiple you can store

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    Hey Xone, thanks for the reply. Yeah so that's what I was thinking too but when you look on the website, it shows multiple cue points for the iPhone version:

    http://www.algoriddim.com/djay-iphone

    Audio
    Automatic Beat & Tempo Detection
    BPM-Sync
    Beat-Synchronized Scrubbing
    Scratching
    Tempo control (up to +-75% with customizable range and fine adjust)
    Pitch-Bend
    3-band equalizer (-24 dB to +6 dB)
    Audio FX: Flanger, Phaser, Echo, Gate, Bit Crusher, Filter (High Pass, Low Pass)
    Turntable Power-Off FX
    Auto-Cut Scratching
    Automatic Transitions: Fade, Backspin, Brake, Reverse, Random
    Auto Looping (with on-the-fly half/double)
    Manual Looping (in, out, reloop)
    Bounce Looping (1/16 to 2 beats)
    Multiple Cue Points
    Ultra-low latency

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    pretty sure that's a mistake since only the ipad version has multiple cues

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    Yup I think it's a typo too. I sent them an email just to make sure. Thanks Xone.

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