The Reloop RMP-4 is a full-sized media player that can play CDs, play from USB drives, and act as a Midi controller too. Hook up a pair of these with a club-style mixer (we tested the units with Reloop’s own RMX-60), and you get a full pro DJ set-up for under £1200.
Reloop, which has until now been known for its inside-the-booth DJ gear, has today announced two portable DJ PA systems, the Reloop Groove Set 10 and the Reloop Groove Set 12. Consisting of satellite speakers and a subwoofer, the numbers refer to the size of their subwoofer speakers.
The new Mixtour controller from Reloop takes the classic modular controller form factor (long and narrow) and delivers within that shape a professional two-channel software mixer, library and transport functions, and an audio interface. It’s designed to be used with Algoriddim’s iOS/Android DJ djay 2 apps.
Melodics, the innovative finger drumming training app, has announced a discount and exclusive content for users of specific Reloop controllers. You’re eligible if you’ve got a Reloop Beatpad 2, Beatmix 2, Beatmix 4, Neon, Terminal Mix 8, or Keypad, and all you have to do is to register at the Melodics site.
DJs just starting out quickly realise that ideally they’re going to want a certain type of headphone: Sturdy, foldable, offering good acoustic isolation, preferable with a removable cable, and… well, it has to be said, DJs do tend to prefer a certain “look”. The RHP-15s from Reloop appear to tick all the boxes
Reloop has announce the Reloop Tablet Stand here at the BPM Show: a nicely design, ultra-portable way to integrate a tablet or smartphone into your workstation. Light, foldable and compact, it has rubberised feet and a fully adjustable squaring mechanism with push-lock function.
Reloop has told us about Tape 2.0 ahead of the BPM Show this weekend here in Birmingham, UK. Tape is a clever little cassette tape-shaped device that lets you record your DJ sets straight to USB (USB drive not included), and Tape 2.0 is the latest version of this device.