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Native Instruments has announced a new multi-track file format for DJs and producers, called “Stems”. The new, open format allows a track to be released with four “parts” (or “stems”) – for instance drums, bassline, harmony and lead – that DJs can then use for advanced mixing using isolated parts of each track.
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Crane Hardware has got a great rep in the DJ industry largely on the strength of one product, the original Crane Stand. Now the company has come up with the Crane Stand Elite – a lighter, more adjustable take on the idea. But is it any good? We find out in our full review & video.
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