Vinyl control systems supported in Deckadance.

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).

Deckadance v2 DVS Edition can be controlled with a mouse, MIDI controller and most (if not all) timecoded vinyl & CD systems, via our 'autolearn' function. Deckadance has been tested with timecode vinyls & CDs from msPinky, Stanton FinalScratch, MixVibes, Serato Scratch Live, Virtual DJ, PCDJ Reflex & Torq.

We distinguish between absolute mode (where you control the speed & direction of playback, can scratch, use needle dropping and jump track position, all from the vinyl) and relative mode (where you control the speed & direction of playback, can scratch, but without needle dropping or track position functions).

Full Vinyl Control system overview
Deckadance CD

Deckadance includes free software to create your own timecode cd.

Product page: Click here


Vinyls & CDs  Gen 1 to 4

Product page: Click here


Vinyls & CDs
Product page: Torq Control Vinyl
                   Torq Control CD

PCDJ Reflex

Vinyls & CDs


Note: Deckadance v2 DVS Edition is required to use Vinyl and CD control.