You can download and try TimeLord for free below, though a license is required to activate TimeLord's functionality in the long term. 
 

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TimeLord  ProDJ is 2.0.13R
released September 25, 2017.

Download the latest version here:

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Note: MSEXLord is included with TimeLord.
 

It is digitally signed with a code signing certificate issues by COMODO. 
 
Previous Versions:
TimeLord 2.0.1
TimeLord 1.8.58
TimeLord 1.8.54 
TimeLord 1.8.50
TimeLord 1.8.44
 
 AVAST and AVG (free anti-virus) users should disable temporarily, please see below...
 

 
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HTTPLord is supplied separately, and can be downloaded here.

HTTPLord_v1.6.70.zip


 
 

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MD5 36301bbca921bac27ad1783d72652f72
SHA256 64524c9dff4f662e3e8457dddf43065e4e059bd8752f0141b279713893350110
File size 22.0 MB ( 23017488 bytes )
File type Win32 EXE
PE32 executable for MS Windows (GUI) Intel 80386 32-bit
Signature verification:  Signed file, verified signature
TrID NSIS - Nullsoft Scriptable Install System (94.8%)
Win32 Executable MS Visual C++ (generic) (3.4%)
Win32 Dynamic Link Library (generic) (0.7%)
Win32 Executable (generic) (0.5%)
Generic Win/DOS Executable (0.2%)
 
Detailed Analysis Here
 

ANTIVIRUS FALSE POSITIVES:  Some anti-virus software (usually free AVG and AVAST) detects TimeLord's installer as a virus/malware.   These are false-positives, and can use a service like VirusTotal. to confirm the above against the file you have downloaded is genuine.. If you don't believe it, try googling "AVG false positives", there is over 180,000 hits including "World of Warcraft" and ATI display drivers etc.  TimeLord contains some unusual routines to do what it does, it's not a word processors or spreadsheet after all.  TimeLord is scanned and checked before every upload, and the development and testing machines are protected also. TimeLord should pose no threat to your system.  Please test for yourself at VirusTotal. TimeLord uses the Null Soft Installer System (NSIS) which has also led to most false positives for some reason.