To say Behringer is back would be an understatement: It has just simultaneously released seven new controller: An all-in-one, a micro all-in-one, and several modular devices. We’ll be reviewing them all, but will start today with the all-in-one: the Behringer CMD Studio 4A.
Want to buy a DJ controller? Want to upgrade the controller you already have? Looking to add a second controller to your set-up? If so, stop! Don’t go any further until you’ve looked at the new Digital DJ Tips online DJ controllers guide, launched today. DJ Controllers: The Ultimate Buyer’s Guide 2013 is our third […]
Like its bigger brother the SC3900, Denon DJ’s SC2900, which we review here today, is a pro media player and DJ control deck that not only covers the basics, but has a host of added extras designed to entice DJs who want a control decks they can do pretty much everything with. and with its non-motorised pallter, it’s on a collision course with Pioneer…
Back in 2004, I was asked to review the very first Hercules DJ controller – one of the first DJ controllers ever made – which was a tiny device not dissimilar in looks to the Hercules DJ Control Instinct, reviewed here. How does the Hercules DJ Control Instinct shape up in today’s very different world?
Digital DJ Tips reader Gabriel from California writes. “I want to get back into small clubs, and find a crowd that appreciates my track selection. Mainly Motown, Northern Soul, Stax… Can you recommend a two-channel controller, with a safety input channel for an iPod (in case my Macbook Pro gets a glitch)?”