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PaceMaker DJ app spins onto BlackBerry PlayBook

Whether you're enrolled in the school of Grandmaster Flash or Fatboy Slim, PaceMaker's return should get your turntable senses tingling

The much-loved Tonium Pacemaker portable DJ system has been resurrected for the music-loving populace at long last, as it’s now available for PlayBook users to explore from today.

Available to download on BlackBerry App World, the PaceMaker app should offer pro DJs and novice spinners alike the chance for some beat-mixing shenanigans on the move, allowing users to mix, cut and fade tracks with a host of effects, all in a revamped finger-friendly interface.

If you fancy perfecting your mixes before unleashing them at your next house party, then head on over to the BlackBerry App world, where you can download the PaceMaker app for your PlayBook for £20.

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