If you could take my brain and extract company secrets, somewhere in the cortex ooze would be what this teaser video from Native instruments is. I went to London, saw cool stuff, including this Komplete thing but in sharp focus. And soon enough you will too. For now, frame by frame the video and see what you can make out.
A brief excursion to London for a visit to Native Instruments UK new offices (lots of windows, wood and bare brick – lovely) gave me a insight into their roadmap, and their new #futureofdjing hashtag was a key part of the presentations. But this is just NI’s vision, and they are not the only player of the DJ game. So what do you think is the #futureofdjing? The floor is yours. Unleash opinions.
Native Instruments wish to tell their behind the scenes story via Instagram. And to get you to follow them, they’re running a huge giveaway.
Traktor users — if you’re on v2.6.6, it is essential that you upgrade to Traktor 2.6.7, or your playlists might get hurt.
Unlike NI’s other releases, the revised Traktor Scratch A10 audio interface has been their best kept secret. Dan Morse takes a look.
Just when you thought NI couldn’t do beat making any better, along comes the oh so glossy Maschine Studio. I wonder if you can play Candy Crush on it?
A business is only as good as its brand. And we think ours is pretty damned good, and had DJWORX t-shirts made to spread the word.
Native Instruments have updated their Traktor Kontrol S2 and Kontrol S4 to incorporate the new Traktor Pro and Traktor DJ features.
NI to buy Technics? Of course not. But did you believe it because you’ll do anything to have them back on the shelves?