Disk Jockey is an application for macOS and Windows that lets you create disk images that work in devices like BlueSCSI, Floppy Emu and PiSCSI / RaSCSI, as well as in emulators like Basilisk II and Mini vMac.
The macOS version also analyzes images that either contain a single volume, or entire devices. It can show the contents of HFS, MFS and ProDOS partitions. And it can perform a few neat tricks like converting an existing image that works on Basilisk II into an image that works on BlueSCSI or PiSCSI / RaSCSI, or replacing your Lido SCSI driver by a classic driver that will improve performance in modern solutions.
All versions of Disk Jockey are free 🎉, but you can always buy me a coffee if you want:
macOS 10.13 to macOS 14
Disk Jockey 2.5 runs on the following macOS versions:
- 10.13 High Sierra
- 10.14 Mojave
- 10.15 Catalina
- 11 Big Sur
- 12 Monterey
- 13 Ventura
- 14 Sonoma
It runs natively on Intel and Apple Silicon machines. It supports Dark Mode 🤘. It has been notarized by Apple so you know it won’t mess anything up.
Note that you will need to move it outside of your
Downloads directory (
~/Applications/ would be good places).
Disk Jockey runs on Windows 7, 8, 10 and 11. It requires the .NET 6 framework. Make sure you choose the application that matches your system architecture:
The Windows version has its own help page right here.
Mac OS X 10.4 or higher
Disk Jockey 1999: for PowerPC and Intel Macs
macOS Command Line (10.11 and up)
Disk Jockey Jr: if you prefer to use the command line or wish to automate your disk image creation
If you want to get started quickly with disk images on BlueSCSI before building your own with Disk Jockey, links to pre-made images are available on the BlueSCSI documentation page.
A bug to report? An enhancement to suggest?
Disk Jockey has a dedicated page on GitHub where you can report bugs or suggest new features.