Gibson Acquires Deckadance.
We would like to announce that Gibson have acquired Image-Line's Deckadance DJ music application and rights. Deckadance will be sold under the Stanton brand.
As the sale was a friendly and strategic move for both companies, Image-Line and Gibson will collaborate closely to create the smoothest transition possible.

Existing Deckadance customers find instructions in their 'my licenses' page on how to migrate the Deckadance license and account to Gibson/Stanton (on the Cakewalk site). 
We will continue to host Deckadance 2.43 and activation keys on our servers for the foreseeable future (deadline: 31 december 2016).


Version History
= New Feature.
= Improvement.
= Bug fix.
= Change.
= Known issue.
= Deckadance internal reference issue number.

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Deckadance 1.13

Wednesday, August 1, 2007


Support for Behringer BCD3000 console [DD-13].

Added instant realtime set cue point for BCD3000 and BCD2000 consoles [DD-20].



Downbeat and Start buttons aren't displayed correctly when a song is loaded [DD-11].
Auto&Manual "status displays" don't show the current automix state correctly [DD-14].
The loops/leaps synced to the nearest beat/bar sometimes doesn't work as expected [DD-15].
When a file is dragged into the Toolbar then Deckadance crashes [DD-17].
Absolute mode position for MsPinky timecode cd control signal [DD-18].
Songs sampled at a different rate than 44100 Hz. have problems with the sync function [DD-21].
When a deck is playing and it reach the end if you use the Sync function in the opposite deck some problems can arise [DD-22].
Echo effect doesn't synchronize correctly with the tempo of the song [DD-24].



Improvement of the synchronization of decks [DD-12].

Improvement of the synchronization of decks when the host master tempo is active [DD-16].

Removed the startup demo dialog box [DD-19]. 

Improvement in the PFL monitoring section. Now it allows to blend between Main and PFL on the phones [DD-23].


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