Instead of super sizing, Pioneer DJ has gone mini-me with their new rekordbox ready XDJ-700 tabletop player. It’s like the XDJ-1000 shrunk in the wash.
Rekord Buddy 2 edges ever closer. Damien Sirkis from Next Audio Labs walks us through what will most likely be the released version at BPM 2015.
We spotted the tease, now see the real thing, or things as it were. The Pioneer DDJ-RX and DDJ-RZ controllers swap Serato DJ for rekordbox 4.
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.
DJ Daylate has sent us his ideas for the perfect Pioneer DJ and rekordbox turntable. The PLX-1100 mockup has lots of cool ideas. But what do you think?
We saw the teaser a couple of weeks ago, and now Pioneer DJ has publicly outed the next generation of rekordbox at DJ Expo. Yes, it’s full DJ software.
Pioneer DJ just put out a teaser that shows rekordbox with Serato and Traktor like features. Is Pioneer DJ about to take on the big boys and go it alone?
We offered The Worxlab as a venue for Mojaxx from DJ City and Damien from Next Audio Labs to chat about the long awaited Rekord Buddy v2.
So there I was at Pioneer DJ UK, waiting to be interviewed for an upcoming video. And having been left alone with the new XDJ-RX all-in-one controller for an hour, the only logical thing to do was write a first look piece about my brief experience. I only had a USB key with a few tracks on it, but it was enough to get a solid first impression. And here it is.
After years of asking, and an equally lengthy period of Pioneer DJ doing the “lalala-we’re-not-listening” thing, they’ve finally unveiled the rekordbox-centric CD-less XDJ-1000 multi player. Andrew Unsworth returns to the DJWORX fold, dusts off his Pioneer reviewing trousers, and takes the XDJ-1000 for a turn around the reviews room.