August 3rd, 2011
It's small, has hardly any controls on it, and you'd get laughed out of any self-respecting DJ box with one... so why did we like it so much?
The Numark DJ2GO (US$59 / £49) is a tiny, slimline digital DJing device that really couldn’t be more simple if it tried. It has no loops, EQs or effects. There’s no headphones socket. You can’t scratch on its tiny jogwheels. You can’t record your mixes.
So why on earth did we end up loving this little unit – a unit that, to be honest, looks like nothing more than a next-to-useless toy? And who on earth would want one of these anyway? Find out in our Numark DJ2GO review…
March 21st, 2011
The Faderfox FT3 offers enhanced four-deck support for Traktor and also Ableton Live DJing, in a tiny unit.
Last week we reviewed the Micromodul Faderfox DJ3 micro Midi controller for Traktor Pro. It is actually one of a family of four similar DJ controllers, and the other one of the four that we felt would be of particular interest to Digital DJ Tips readers is the Faderfox FT3, which we’re reviewing today.
While offering further enhanced control over four decks of Traktor, this controller also comes with a mapping for Ableton Live, so unlike the DJ3 will be of interest to DJ/producers who use Ableton as well as just multi-deck Traktor DJs. Let’s take a closer look…