The many informants contacted during the past months of the project gave us the idea that VJs are one step behind DJs… Not only because visuals need to follow the music and synch with it or because VJs are most often behind the scenes than in front of them in a show; but because VJ software still seems one generation behind compared with DJ software in terms of intuitiveness, integration, and availability. But if this were true, it would be no bad news after all! No bad to VJs, for whom there seems to be plenty of room in the market, compared with an apparently more saturated and competitive DJ market; and not bad news for software developers either, who can try to cover the existing gap by offering new, more sophisticated tools. Is this your perception too? Help our understanding of the matter and leave your opinion at:
Visuals are expanding
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