An unexpected surprise was the appearance of Pioneer DJ’s rekordbox DVS software. We had a go, made some videos, and realised that we need to practice.
As Serato DJ edges towards v2, the bug fixing of the current version continues. Serato DJ 1.8.1 breaks out the swatter and despatches a solid number.
Gibson finally shows the fruits of its recent purchases, with Stanton and Deckadance joining forces to deliver Deckadance 2.5.
Atomix ventures north of the border into Canada to visit DJ All Good and his Turntemple mobile DJ school, and delivers a short set with VirtualDJ’s DVS.
We predicted it ages ago, but now it’s here. Rekordbox 4 evolves into full software via rekordbox DJ, and you can expand it with plugins for video and DVS.
Atomix has been out on the road in the USA again, this time stopping by Atlanta’s DJ Jaycee who gives VirtualDJ’s DVS a good testing.
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.
Atomix has put out the next video in its Power Room DVS showcase series, this time with an a cool performance from DJ Lazyboy on a Rane Sixty-Two.
Already accidentally outed last week, Allen & Heath has now officially announced the Xone:43C, with X:LINK, USB, and Serato Club Kit compatibility.
Serato has announced the Serato DJ Club kit software bundle (DJ and DVS), but more importantly unlocked some Pioneer and Allen & Heath mixers for DVS too.