I even bought the Numark mixmeister controller, which is hard to find these days and did some live mixing but it was too limiting in terms of the software flexibility for me and too unstable. So I moved into Virtual DJ, then Djay for Mac, and now I switch between Serato and Traktor with the occasional Djay Pro for simple parties.
I think it goes without saying, that there needs some serious time spent underpinning the foundations of the software. Squash the bugs, typos and unreliability. Modernise the look and feel. Start adding features for power users like improved library management tools and a way to see your saved playlists within your library. On the usability site, the software needs a fullscreen mode, which is standard these days. Add some touchpad and gesture control on laptops, as well as a way to scroll through the timeline with a mouse.
I use Mediaplayers and a mixer, mixmeister is good for a radioshow or a mixtape in the car. But its not a dj program, sorry, but thats just the facts, a dj should mix with the tools that are ment for djn, not drag loops and push buttons. software kills the industry, you want a hint just look at Ebay and other sites that sell used equipment. so many dreams that never will come true, and so much money spent for no use! d2c66b5586