Tired of boring old black controllers? Vestax can help with that via all new read and white editions of their VCI-380 controllers.
A short and sweet showcase of Vestax’s VCI-380 with Serato DJ courtesy of Martin from Serato’s support team.
Vestax rolled out a handful of VCI-400 variants plus a sneak peek at the long awaited VCI-380 Serato DJ version.
Vestax are known for their limited edition paint jobs. But the long awaited Vestax VCI-400 Serato DJ edition made an appearance, as did a red VCI-380.
In the second full Vestax VCI-380 review, Chris Cartledge gets a little more intimate with the more mixer based elements.
Vestax take all lessons learned from their DJ controllers, and make the VCI-380. Mark Settle plays tunes, writes words and snaps pictures.
This is either gear geek porn, or savage butchery. Either way, the VCI-380 comes out better than before.
The VCI-380 came and went into the DJWORX office over a lunch break. But I spent enough time to get a good feel for it.
Vestax released info on their new VCI-380 ITCH controller, but then kept it at strictly at arms length at Musikmesse 2012. Well for most people anyway.
Vestax blend a VCI-300, 400, Pad One and Twitch to make something with the best of all units. The VCI-380 is a 2 channel ITCH controller with a lot going for it. Like the VCI-100 before it, can this become the one controller to rule them all?