While many had lost faith, we knew it was coming. We don’t know what, and this teaser video shows nothing, but Denon DJ is back.
Serato has rolled out a timely small update. Serato DJ 1.7.6 opens the door to Denon DJ’s long awaited DS1 audio interface.
Denon already makes solid Serato controllers. And at NAMM 2015, they’ve slotted another in too. The MC4000 is a Serato DJ Intro controller for mobile DJs.
In another did-not-see-this-coming moment, Denon DJ has got in on the Serato DVS game with the Denon DJ DS1 Serato DJ Interface. It’s small and cheap too.
While Denon’s MC6000mk2 might not easily sit alongside flagship units from Numark and Pioneer, it is still a very capable controller. And having snapped up by their unstoppable acquisition juggernaut, inMusic is keen to demonstrate commitment to the Denon brand, and has decided to ship all future MC6000mk2 units with the full Serato DJ package, and as announced previously, it will also be DVS expansion pack ready.
Time to break out the worxdriver and transplant the new mini Innofader into a lump of hardware. Count backwards from 10 Denon DJ MC2000….
inMusic’s march through pro audio continues, this time grabbing Denon Professional, Marantz Professional, and importantly, Denon DJ from D&M.
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.
In another example of controller evolution, the Denon DJ MC6000MK2 gets tweaked to work natively with Serato’s software.
Fancy your chances at winning some tasty Denon DJ gear? Then get yourself entered for the Denon Freestyle DJ competition at the BPM Show 2013.