My, how far the Mixtrack Pro has come. Always a successful model at the lower end of the market, right since the original clunky Mixtrack Pro and then the slimmed-down Mixtrack Pro 2, the new Mixtrack Pro 3 sports a thorough update for 2015, with a sleeker shape and some features from Numark’s more expensive controllers.
Reader DJ MW writes: “I have decided to sell my CDJs and go digital. However I regularly use a third deck in my sets. My question is: How would it work in relation to volume/pitch controls when switching? Does it lock them in or does it just follow the physical faders when you switch back and change the values, messing up the mix?”
We’ve rounded up every major DJ Midi controller currently on the market. They’re listed here in alphabetical order, by manufacturer and then model, and they range in price from pocket money to thousands. As well as rating them, we’ve shown you where to get them from in the USA, UK and Europe.