Seems that Serato is inviting more companies to eat at their table, and Gemini has been invited to bring their own particular cost effective brand into the fold. The Slate 4 controller is a fully featured offering coming with Serato DJ Intro, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t fully featured. Jared takes one for an extended spin, and writes a stable amount of opinion.
For a while, it looked like Gemini might disappear. But they’re back with the Slates, and a new CDJ-a-like media player, suitably named the MDJ-1000.
The Serato Club is small and exclusive these days. But Gemini has been brought into the fold, and the Gemini Slate and Slate 4 now work with Serato DJ Intro. It’s a free download with a paid upgrade path to the full glory that is Serato DJ.
The new Gemini Slate controllers certainly aesthetically live up to their name. And the GMix edges nearer to reality.
Gemini has bucked the NAMM 2014 trend for huge Serato DJ controllers, and instead has announced the Gemini Slate 2 and Slate 4 Virtual DJ controllers.
The Gemini G4V was first seen at NAMM 2013, tweaked a little more for Messe, and is now hitting the shops. Jared Helfer took a look and was impressed.
Old school mixer geeks – any idea what this mixer is from the film Wild Style? Help us so we can sleep at night.
The Gemini G4V turned a few heads at NAMM and Musikmesse. And now it’s just about ready to hit the streets.
While tons of buttons can be nice, sometimes all I need is a crossfader. And when it’s inside a vintage Gemini Jazzy Jeff mixer, I’m in heaven.
You spoke and Gemini listened. Post NAMM, Gemini decided to make a 2 channel Gemini G2V as well as clean-slating the GMX and starting over.