Pioneer DJ has upgraded its flagship Serato DJ controller to create the DDJ-SZ2. This new four-channel controller gives hands-on control of the latest additions to Serato DJ, including key shift, key sync, pitch play and Serato Flip.
Serato has announced the full public release of Serato DJ 1.9.5, which offers mixer compatibility with the Pioneer DJM-900NXS2 mixer, and HID compatibility with the Pioneer CDJ-2000NXS2, the current flagship Pioneer pro DJ booth gear and the gear DJs are likely to encounter when playing A-grade clubs.
The Reloop Mixon 4 controller boasts several firsts: First four-channel controller specifically made for Algoriddim's djay Pro software; first controller to fit the iPad Pro in its physical mounting slot, and the flexibility to work with Serato DJ as well as djay Pro, meaning across the two platforms, it works with PC, Mac, iOS and Android.
Numark certainly isn't a brand scared to innovate, having produced the first DJ controller for Serato with screens (the Numark NV), and now, the first with displays built in to the jogwheels. What's more impressive is that the Mixtrack Platinum isn't a high-ticket item; in fact, it's aimed squarely at the budget end of the market. In today's review we'll see how it all stacks up...
Roland has its new DJ-808 Serato DJ controller on display here at BPM|PRO 2016. It's a four-channel controller with a built-in step sequencer that comes with sounds from four classic Roland drum machines: the 606, 707, 808, and 909. There are two jogwheels per deck with performance pads, and even an onboard voice effects processor for adding FX to vocals.
The new Roland DJ-808 for Serato DJ has just been announced ahead of this week's BPM|PRO 2016 DJ show. It's a four-channel controller that comes with an integrated 16-step drum sequencer loaded with sounds from iconic Roland drum machines like the 606, 707, 808, and 909.