There’s no stopping VirtualDJ right now. Having been rebuilt from the ground up, support for just about everything with a USB port is slowly being included. Over NAMM and beyond, a stream of DVS compatibility has been added, including the “natively supported” Traktor Kontrol Z2. I see what they did there.
No planned set — just Fong Fong smashing a scratch freestyle on the Reloop RP-8000 Straight turntable and RMX-60 Digital mixer at NAMM 2015.
Nodding its head to the classic styling of the Technics 1200, the Reloop RP-7000 Silver adopts the retro colour scheme to further reinforce the influence.
Reloop has hears the cries of turntablists and done the right thing by announcing the RP-8000 Straight turntable, which is exactly what the name implies.
The Reloop RMX-60 Digital is the younger sibling of the flagship RMX-80. With a saving of nearly £200, what’s different?
Fong Fong is on hand once again to give Reloop’s products a thorough beating. In this alleged teaser video, he’s putting the new RP-8000 Straight turntable twinned with the Innofader ready RMX-60 Digital mixer through their paces. I think Reloop needs to look up the word tease again.
Instead of buying a new controller every time Serato decides to add a little extra software magic, the concept of secondary controllers came about. These tame the finer points of new features, and the new Reloop Neon aims to make sense of the expanding pad functions including the new Serato Flip. Jared Helfer does the reviewing honours.
Reloop’s toe dipping into production brought the Keypad and Keyfadr to the DJ market. And now they’re getting serious about MIDI and have released a MIDI mapper and extra files for other MIDI software.
The Reloop Neon controller packs a lot into a single small Serato DJ driven controller. And in this video, JFB beats a pair of them into submission.