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Virtual DJ Studio is the next generation of audio and music productions that provides a next-level virtual DJ instrument and karaoke system. VDJ covers all standard DJ tools that are commonly used by both beginners and professional DJs with an additional karaoke playback tool. The software features audio mixing, audio fade management, cross-fading effects, advanced tempo and tone controls, professional graphics equalizer, plus full support for external audio plug-ins, and more. In karaoke functions, VDJ supports a variety of Karaoke, Audio CD, MP3, CDG as well as ZIP files.

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