Reloop Beatmix 4: A Good Starter Controller

Even beginner and intermediate-level DJs deserve quality gear, and Reloop, who has been introducing pieces in recent years that compete with Pioneer and Numark, has put out the Beatmix 4 for this purpose. A performance-oriented four-channel pad controller specifically for Serato DJ Intro, the Beatmix 4 presents a layout and [...]

By |2015-06-08T00:00:00-04:00June 8, 2015|DJ Controllers, Reviews|0 Comments

Native Instruments’ Maschine Studio: A Bunch of Features Right at Your Fingertips

Out for nearly five years now, Native Instruments’ Maschine has set a new industry standard as a hardware-software beat-production workstation. Its functionality bypasses Akia’s MPC, while serving as a high-quality studio hub (but not a full DAW) with built-in sequencing, sampling, and loop slicing. Now considered Native Instruments’ top-tier groove [...]

By |2015-03-26T00:00:00-04:00March 26, 2015|DJ Controllers, Reviews, Software, Studio Gear|0 Comments

Reloop Neon: Getting Full Access to Serato

Serato’s one of the most popular DJing software programs out there, but frankly, the regular updates, the lack of compatibility, and the compromises you make with your controller sometimes make it a pain in the neck to use. These are just some of the reasons behind the development of the [...]

By |2014-11-03T00:00:00-05:00November 3, 2014|DJ Controllers, Reviews|0 Comments

Denon Aims High With MC6000MK2

Denon introduced its DJ MC6000MK2 controller/digital mixer as a successor to the MK1. While it’s being advertised as being fully integrated with Serato, it enters with a slim yet solid steel design, plenty of features (you might even say too many, given its size), and multiple upgrades. To start, Denon [...]

By |2014-10-28T00:00:00-04:00October 28, 2014|DJ Controllers, Reviews|0 Comments
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