It might look like it, but not all 4 channel controllers are created the same. Denon’s MC6000 MK2 gets a Serato facelift, and stands out in the crowd.
The Akai Pro MPX8 sample player is sort of a baby MPC that grabs sounds from an SD card. We had a look and wonder where it fits in this age.
From handheld hardware to Blackberry app to iPad app — Pacemaker for iPad is finally here and it aims to embrace Spotify streaming too.
It’s so easy to lose USB keys in your pockets and bags. So UDG make it easier to keep them together with the small UDG Creator DIGI hard case.
My bag is a mess, so anything that tames the digital mess is cool by me. So UDG’s DIGI wallets are a godsend for disorganised types like me.
The Rane Sixty Four is a beast of a mixer, so only a few DJs are really capable of reviewing it. One such DJ is arkaei, and he did just that.
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.
While Technics turntables don’t really need anything to look good, the Make Solutions Technics faceplates add some style and protection too.
Brand blinkers have no place on DJWORX. So judging the Urbanears Zinken DJ headphones on merit only, Dan Morse really likes what he finds.
Reloop did get the memo about controllers killing turntables, but that didn’t stop them merging old and new to make the RP-8000 turntable. Review follows.