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Adding their voice to the fray of companies making product announcements at NAMM 2017 is Reloop. They're announcing the RMX-90 DVS, a digital mixer that includes a full DVS interface for Serato DJ. Keep reading for the details. The post Reloop Launching RMX-90 DVS Mixer At NAMM 2017 appeared first on DJ TechTools.
Following their announcement for a non-DVS mixer and professional-grade fader range, Italian company Mixars is once-again on our radar with the launch of two new products designed specifically for Serato DJ: a four-channel mixer and a two-channel controller. Show More Summary
Last September, Native Instruments introduced the Maschine Jam, a complementary step sequencing, mixing, and arranging controller to the Maschine software. We asked Mad Zach to take a deep exploration of the new control surface and share his findings. Watch the full video inside today's article. The post Mad Zach Gets Hands-On With Maschine Jam appeared first on DJ TechTools.
This week, Pioneer DJ launched a new firmware update for their professional-grade CDJ-2000NXS2 multimedia player. This new update, version 1.6, stabilizes and adds several new features to the player. Keep reading for details. The post CDJ-2000NXS2 1.6 Firmware Update from Pioneer DJ appeared first on DJ TechTools.
The rise of MIDI instruments hasn’t been relegated to only DJs and dance music producers. We’ve seen a lot of unique live setups from musicians, and today we’ve asked Jacob Orr to share more about his Future Guitar – a MIDI-augmented axe. Show More Summary
Bitwig has proved to be a really worthy alternative to Ableton Live which not only managed to hear out and implement features some people have been asking in their DAW of choice for ages but also add an arsenal of cool new ones in a reliable package. Show More Summary
ill.Gates has been a die-hard Midi Fighter user for years - both in the studio and in live DJing/finger drumming environments. In today's tutorial video, ill shares five of his favorite tips for both the Midi Fighter Twister and the Midi Fighter 3D. Show More Summary
Akai Professional has historically been one of the most formative brands for production workstations, specifically their MPC lineup. But many of the recent units introduced in that line have been controllers, requiring a computer to use. Show More Summary
Last week the first details emerged of Denon DJ’s NAMM announcements, and now the press releases are out. Today, Denon DJ is announcing a four-channel mixer, the X1800, the SC5000 Prime media player, and the VL12 direct drive turntable. Show More Summary
January is always full of new gear announcements, with the NAMM 2017 industry show approaching in two weeks. One of the things we’ve noticed this year is near silence from Pioneer DJ – despite competitors throwing down serious challenges (see Denon’s new media player). Show More Summary
As first reported on the Denon DJ Facebook group and on Twitter by a DJTT reader, a brand new media player from Denon has appeared in leaked images online. The new media player is likely what the company meant last fall by their #changeyourrider campaign. Show More Summary
Just ahead of NAMM 2017, Italian audio company Mixars has announced both a line of Galileo crossfaders and a new simple mixer, the UNO. Keep reading for details on both based on what we know so far. The post Mixars To Launch Galileo Crossfader Range + UNO Mixer at NAMM 2017 appeared first on DJ TechTools.
Panasonic held a quick press event at CES 2017, during which they introduced the Technics SL-1200GR. It's another direct-drive turntable system, but it's still designed for audio enthusiasts, not DJs. The price? $2,000 per unit. The post Technics Launches SL-1200GR Turntable At CES, It’s Still $2,000 appeared first on DJ TechTools.
There’s no doubt that DJs and hip-hop culture created a fanatical obsession and reverence for the legendary Technics SL-1200 turntable. When a relaunch was announced for the record player’s 50th anniversary, DJs balked at the massive price tag. Show More Summary
DJs at yoga classes are becoming more common – but that doesn’t mean it’s an easy gig for any DJ to play. In today’s article, Ean Golden shares some insights from playing yoga sets and collaborating with instructors. Read on for four simple ways DJs can improve how they DJ yoga classes. Show More Summary
One or more record pool subscriptions can be essential to many modern club DJs. Record pools can help to streamline the search for new tunes and broaden one's musical horizons, while being far more cost-effective than purchasing each record individually. Show More Summary
What is it about New Year's Eve that is so different? It's a holiday of both reflection and excitement - and celebrated almost universally around the world. As we enter the last few days of 2016, we've collected a few of the best tips for playing a New Year's Eve DJ set. Show More Summary
Think those Shawn Wasabi Midi Fighter videos are cool, but have no idea what's going on? Just pick up a Midi Fighter 3D and want to get started right away playing beats? This article is for you. Inside, get a better understanding ofShow More Summary
Digital DJs have a drastically different landscape than they did ten years ago. Instead of highly specialized tools, there now a handful of options that all have a near-comparable feature set. But which one is being used by the most DJs? We try to find out in this article. The post What is the Most Popular DJ Software: Traktor or Serato? appeared first on DJ TechTools.
Have you used the desktop version of DJay Pro for Mac or iPad and wished for the same functionality on your iPhone? Algoriddim just launched a new iPhone application that brings more pro features seen only on Mac/iPad versions of their djay software. Show More Summary