The software was displayed at the recent DJ Expo in Atlantic City, and Rekordbuddy creator Damian Sirkis got a few snaps, which he uploaded to Instagram.
Sirkis notes that there was no description of the software, and that the sheet on the table is just a description of Rekordbox as it currently is. The picture however shows an interface with multiple waveforms like Serato DJ, effects units and cuepoints. DJ Tech Tools also picked out a “Related Tracks” section, which they believe could be part of a dynamic track recommendation system.
Sirkis also got a video of the software in action, though it was just a video that wasn’t actually connected to any hardware at the time.
Rumours that Pioneer was to be turning Rekordbox into full DJ software first emerged last month when the company teased “new performance horizons” for the software. The software has previously been used as a manager for track libraries.