The Pioneer DDJ-WeGO3 has just been announced for Algoriddim’s djay 2 software on iPad or iPhone, letting you mix from either your own library or the millions of tunes available on Spotify. The unit has jogwheels and a mixer built in plus access to loops, FX, pitch controls, EQ and sync.
Today we review the new flagship controller in Pioneer’s range, the DDJ-SZ. It is bigger and better specified than any Serato controller out there, with dual laptop control, built-in DVS support, standalone mixer, two different Pioneer hardware FX sections, and CDJ-sized jogwheels. But is it worth the extra over the DDJ-SX?