Another turntable DJ purist meme has come along, and once again non-turntable owners are the target. I offer some alternative takes.
Off the back of Thud Rumble’s attempts to ditch the laptop, I was reminded of the Replicator, and came across a video from 1995 showing it in action.
Thud Rumble has always been disruptive, and this time they’re challenging convention and wanting to put an Intel Edison processor in all your gear.
Atomix are at it again, and has another VirtualDJ Power Room video ready. This time DJ Eyecon chats and performs a short set with his Rane Sixty-Two.
More industry moves — this time acquisition-happy Gibson has snapped up Deckadance from Image-Line, giving them software to support their hardware.
My experience of music at school was dire. Thankfully the powers that be want to bring it up to date, and have proposed adding DJing into the syllabus.
iTunes has a pretty much unused BPM column — unused that is until now. BeatGauge for Mac can scan your library and fill that gap. I tried it. It does it.
UK audio wizards Flare Audio want to work their magic in your ears. The R2 in-ear reference earphone is in Kickstarter.
While Soundcloud decides exactly what it is, Mixcloud is making hay while the sun shines and has provided a Soundcloud import tool. Cheeky scamps.
Take one wicked scratch DJ, give him a wicked scratch mixer, and add a hot track. Skratch Bastid meets the Rane TTM57 MKII and messes with NWXRK by Nadus.