DeltaGraph maker Red Rock Software on Monday announced the release of
iScratch, a $70 Mac application designed for turntablists interested in making real scratch noises without needing a turntable.
iScratch includes tools to create the basic scratches you’d hear on a real turntable, such as push, pull, baby, release, chirp, tear and hold. A click tool provides you with simulated mixer control. DJs can share their work, convert their efforts to MP3 audio files and then move them to an iPod or CD. Sheet music can be printed, as well.
iScratch requires Mac OS X v10.4, G4/800MHz or faster (Intel Macs included) and 20MB hard disk space.