Modular is here, and it’s a thing. And while there are different approaches to it, each is relevant and will find users who can get their heads around the workflows. Reloop has decided to dip its toe in the small and affordable bracket with the Neon — essentially the 2×4 pads found on most Serato based controllers but with more features, and the ability to daisy-chain devices to save USB ports.
A note about the demo — Matt Powell from Reloop UK and Karl Yankovic from Serato stepped in at the last moment to deliver this demo. So it’s not very long, but does cover the basics well enough. We’ve also got a Neon in-house, and will be getting the comprehensive review treatment courtesy of Jared Helfer.