Reloop announce their take on the Traktor Kontrol Z1, the Mixtour, designed for Algoriddim djay… or pretty much any desktop software you want.
Reloop’s newest addition to their DJ headphone range, the RHP-15, won’t break the bank, but how do they perform? We take a look.
We all like a bit of cutting, so watch Matt from Reloop UK talk and DJ Angelo scratch on the RP-8000 Straight on our demo stage at BPM 2015.
At last year’s BPM, we did what some have described as our best ever work. So helped by some more beer, we review Reloop’s new Tablet Stand.
Reloop appears to be having a quiet BPM 2015. First a wallet-friendly media player, and now reasonably priced headphones called the RHP-15s.
Reloop’s BPM offerings aren’t so much game changing as bill paying. The new Reloop RMP-4 media player is going to keep a lot of people very happy indeed.
The Beatmix 2 mk2 is a spring cleaned cosmetically enhanced version of Reloop’s exiting entry level controller. And it’s much better for it.
While many crave innovation, there is also a need in the market to satisfy. And Reloop’s just announced RMX22i and RMX33i mixer fulfil a core need as well as bringing the odd extra to the table. Mark got them before they were even announced and spent the weekend with them.
Reloop had the largest amount of new shiny to see at Musikmesse 2015. So we swung by and got a little more insight into the updated Beatpad 2 for djay.
Reloop continues their traditional Musikmesse rollout with a couple of affordable 2 and 3 channel mixers. Say hi to the RMX22i and RMX33i.