Over the years, Denon DJ has released some of the most interesting DJ products on the market. From the Denon Prime 4, SC6000(m), and the SC5000. Today, Denon DJ released the LC6000 Prime Performance Expansion Controller, a Dedicated Layer Controller. When connected to the SC6000 or SC5000, the LC6000 Prime [...]
Serato DJ’s now pretty much the standard, and if you’re looking for a controller that aligns with this software while providing you with the features you need, the Reloop Neon has been your best bet. That is, until Pioneer debuted the DDJ-SP1, a four-channel sub-controller that’s compatible with Serato DJ [...]
Coming out close to a year ago, the Reloop Terminal Mix 8 begins where the Terminal Mix 4 controller left off but greatly expands upon the functionality. Reloop’s been aspiring to a more prominent position within the DJ gear market, and this piece of equipment clearly displays those intentions. What [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Announced in January 2013, the Numark NS7II is supposedly the best controller ever built. While this statement can surely be contested (and debated, depending upon what you prefer for DJing), the NS7II certainly has a few major points going for it: one, comprehensiveness; two, quality; and three, something for everyone, [...]
Extreme size was the name of the game for many of the standout products at NAMM Show 2014. Whether unwieldy and massive or small enough to fit in your pocket, many of this year’s new offerings buck the trend of mid-size moderation.