Over the last 17 years we’ve pioneered DJ software and karaoke software technologies.
Many of PCDJ’s initial innovations in the performance software space were dreamt-up in the collective minds of our much-smarter-than-I developers. In ’98 we paved the way for the future of DJing, proving to the world that using a PC to DJ with would transform the way DJs mix and interact with their music forever.
However, if not for our user forums and the tremendous about of willing feedback our customers provided our entertainment software solutions would have evolved much slower than they did. After all, as much as we were pioneering new ground the early adopters of the technology were out there in the field using it — who better to help us set the ground-work for future updates?
We continue to pride ourselves on keeping and ear to the ground. We openly invite user feedback, requesting our free trial DJs to provide feedback directly to our sales staff. We organize this data, and support inquiries, and discuss it with our entire team at least twice monthly, letting staff chime in in round-robin fashion.
Is this a feature or change most DJs or KJs would enjoy? Does it keep within our overall design goals and scheme? CAN we do it?
The PCDJ team is in agreement that with the launch of our new user forums two weeks ago and because we’re on the cusp of some fairly substantial updates to DEX 3, RED Mobile 3 and Karaoki that right now presents an ideal opportunity to poll our users on what features they would like to see added to our products.
What features would you like to see added to either one of our DJ software applications, DEX 3 or RED Mobile 3? What’s the next big thing for KJs using Karaoki? We want to know. You’ve already invested in the product and our company, now we want to know what features would make that investment that much more worth-while to you and your DJ business.
We’ve setup “wishlist” threads on the user forums; click the option below for the product you wish to provide suggestions for to take you to the appropriate thread.