Reloop just announced an all-black edition of its Reloop Beatmix 2 Serato DJ controller. The new Beatmix 2 Mk2 retains an identical set of features from the two-channel Beatmix 2 controller that was launched last year. It looks like a sleeker, more professional Beatmix 2, with black knobs, chassis, and what looks to be new pads.
No matter what type of DJ you are or what type of gear you own, having a two-channel mixer in your arsenal is a good idea. It’s like the multitool of DJing, and will help you with everything from DJing with friends, to good old fashioned DJing with – god forbid – real turntables. Reloop’s new RMX22i is just such a traditional mixer.
Reloop has some interesting new mixers on show at Musikmesse 2015 that pack basic 2 or 3 channel mixing and four FX plus a mic channel, plus the ability to plug in an iPad directly via a splitter cable for two-deck DJing from software such as Traktor DJ, Algoriddim’s djay 2 and so on. In this video we take a closer look at both mixers.
Hot off the heels of Reloop’s Beatpad 2 announcement here at Musikmesse 2015 comes two new mixers that make iPad audio connectivity a breeze. The Reloop RMX-22i and RMX-33i are two and three-channel mixers respectively that come with a split input for connecting an iPad, Android tablet, or other stereo device using the supplied DJ splitter cable.
We’ve reviewed plenty of laptop stands over the years here at Digital DJ Tips, but never a stand like this one, which is best described as “honey, I shrunk the laptop stand”! It’s a dinky little model, designed primarily for Reloop’s own Neon controller, but is perfect for any small modular DJ accessory, or – as we found out – the iPad.