The original DJ recording medium is the form factor for the Reloop Tape. No chewable media or tabs to knock out and tape over though. Here’s our review.
There have been a handful of game changers in DJing, and Vestax’s VCI-100 was one of them. Recognising this, they’ve put together a retrospective piece.
Cassettes are pretty awful, but like most things retro, seemingly cool. Or at least so says the BBC, who have found a small but noticeable rise in sales.
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.
In the DJ dark ages before iPads, laptops, MIDI controllers and CDJ-1000s, things were simpler. Take a look through this 1998 brochure to see how simple.
The somewhat endearing Reloop Tape is in shops today apparently. And we just love the retro packaging. We have one — review to follow.
Who says modern technology can’t have vintage styling? Pyle that’s who. Behold the Pyle retro turntable. Something for the weekend sir?