The DJWORX team fell in love with iZotope BreakTweaker at NAMM 2014. And after playing with it for an extended period of time, the love grows stronger.
From handheld hardware to Blackberry app to iPad app — Pacemaker for iPad is finally here and it aims to embrace Spotify streaming too.
Source Audio’s Hot Hand wireless controller lets you wear and control aspects of your performance. Jared Helfer put his hands in the air for his review.
Post-NAMM, the DJWORX team and Elliot Marx tried to cram his new Mini Innofader into a Pioneer DDJ-SX and Vestax VCI-400. And DJ Zo tried them out.
That’s NAMM 2014 wrapped up. Read about Jared’s thoughts on NAMM and the DJ landscape in general in this drawing a line under the show piece.
German DJ company Zomo was a long way from home, but did bring their Zomo HD-2500 headphones, along with a new bluetooth version.
Sometimes a cheap soundcard just won’t to. Thus Universal Audio’s Apollo Twin Thunderbolt audio Interface fits the bill, for Mac users anyway.
Having taken on Vestax as a client in the USA, the Mixware stand at NAMM was full of Decksaver Pro and LE, Magma Bags, new UDG hardcases and Vestax.
Keith McMillen Instruments continue to prosper in their particularly cool corner of the market, and showed the Rogue and Softstep at NAMM 2014.
Using a digital turntable to control a synth? That’s exactly what Black Cat Audio has done with the SynthTable.