• Lol

    what a load of rubbish hahaha

  • Lol

    what a load of rubbish hahaha

  • josh manning

    ive had my dj mouse for about 5months and its been great!!!!!!!, but one day i turned on my mac from sleep mode as i was on it earlier and my dj mouse doesnt work anymore!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it lights up but no movement, can some one help or is this mouse a dud?? and the mouse hasnt been exposed to water alcohol or anything!!!!! not happy if its a dud i want replacement!!!!!!!!!

    regards josh,

  • http://www.djtechpro.com DJ-Tech

    Hi everybodies! Do you want to test DJ Keyboard? We can transmit the press release for you guys. Thanks.

  • DJ HYPHYZ

    hahaha!

    DJ Tech has the best marketing ever!!

  • Anonymous

    [quote comment="20892"]Where is the DJ Cam?! Where I can just dance around in circles and wave my arms in the arm and the software INTUITIVELY recognizes all my moves, hand motions, and head bobs as specific commands to give me seamless mixes like all the other top 100 worldwide DJ’s!

    I mean I have great dance moves…right?[/quote]

    Yes! I can’t wait for the future.

  • chris

    A mouse with a jog wheel? You can use that for all kinds of stuff in the studio. As soon as I find one Ill buy it.

  • Jay

    Info about DJ-Tech company.. kontrol one doesnt look so bad but not sure about that mouse!

    http://www.ideasmatrix.co.uk/20.html

  • Monkeybiz

    Oh, man, I just checked out DJ Tech’s new YouTube videos … for new products you can make almost DJ-like SOUNDS with. Check ‘em out… you can turn the effects On… AND Off!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlFOtZ4fDqU

  • E.X.P

    i really think that djtech ( the brand ) marketing sucks , however , they have a few nice products , even if i find the design awfull.
    the kontrol one controller seems to be very nice , with a metal case and lights around the knobs , and i’ve got a imix reloaded that is very close to the vc100 ( yes the vestax is prettier ).
    Djing is a expensive passion , so for those who want to try without going broke , djtech has nice products.
    Now again , the advertising is not very seriours , but maybe it is because they cant afford big names like ean golden , hey ;-)

  • morgan olson

    [quote comment="20879"]What’s funny is that its basically a jogwheel… and you can get a GREAT jogwheel that is heavy, smooth, and “real”:

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?A=details&kw=COSX&is=REG&Q=&O=productlist&sku=284396

    you know i looked at the step up model for 89$ and i am getting ideas for how i could use it with my laptop. 15 programmable functions. the contour sight also had a mouse that you used your wrists to use. lots of potential controllerism projects are comming to my mind. thanks for the link and thans Ean Golden for a great webpage.

  • DJ Waiki

    [quote comment=""]DJ XXXX i beliv it’s viral marketing… anyway, I live in Russia, an 180 degree apposite side of the world, I always go by what the real DJ Tech’s here advice… If you want us to give a try, send one for review and prove this is a Pro product…[/quote]
    [quote comment="20956"]So…to chill out the arguments I feel brewing here, I’d like to throw in my spare change. I really like the idea behind this product. I know there are many other people out there would would like something like this, too. A jog wheel incorporated into a mouse is indeed a very useful modification of an already iconic idea. I can think of many practical applications both in DJing, and in studio work.

    Something I would like to point out is that without this article, which highlights the over-the-top marketing video, I would never have heard of this product. Even negative publicity is good publicity, because it puts a name on the lips of talkative people. I’m definitely considering buying one, for two reasons:

    1.) It’s an innovative product, and it looks to me to be incredibly useful.

    2.) It comes with Deckadance LE. I’m a user of Image-Line products (FL Studio), but I’ve been so wrapped up in Traktor, I’ve not given myself the money or time to give Deckadance a proper try. The fact that the LE version is bundled with this mouse makes it more attractive, because I get two cool experimental experiences packaged together.

    3.) (Yes, I said two reasons :P) That mouse pad looks cool. Even if I don’t think of it as a slipmat, it’s a thin mousepad designed for optical mouse tracking, and to top it off, it sports a design inspired by the iconic turntable. That’s cool in my book.

    In response to anyone inclined to make fun of DJ Chris’ English grammar, keep in mind that English (especially American English) is one of the most complicated languages to learn. The grammar structures are inconsistent, there is no standard conjugation system, and there’s a whole host of other hurdles to learning it to a level of complete fluency. Also understand that French is an almost-equally-complicated language with similar hurdles in the way of gaining fluency. I studied French for ten years (from kindergarten through eighth grade by requirement), and while I have a permanent ability to understand most written French, I’d be hard-pressed to properly conjugate one-third of the verbs placed before me, much less construct an entire several-paragraph comment on a blog in defence of a DJ Mouse.

    All that said, I’m buying one; not for the purpose of becoming a superstar DJ without the mucking about in mixing science, but for the purpose of giving a decent-looking product a good use. If nothing else, it winds up in my collection of unused equipment and becomes the centrepiece of a coffee-table discussion about innovative products, marketing, or DJing.

    Thank you, DJ Chris @ DJ-Tech for this innovative product, and thank you also for the amusing but to-the-point marketing video.

    Thank you Ean @ DJ Tech Tools for the news post about this product. Without you, I would have missed my chance to hear about yet another advancement in DJ technology.[/quote]

    ditto.

  • DaScratcher

    DJ XXXX i beliv it’s viral marketing… anyway, I live in Russia, an 180 degree apposite side of the world, I always go by what the real DJ Tech’s here advice… If you want us to give a try, send one for review and prove this is a Pro product…

  • DJ Alexius

    imagine having 2 of them = 4 decks wow
    soon they’ll release a dj keyboard for beat juggling hehe ( not a bad idea anyway)

  • http://www.ome-les.com Tekki

    [quote comment=""]

    I completely agree. Marketing aside, the mouse should be allowed to speak for itself and we are happy to test the product and produce a fair and honest review of its performance. We don’t purchase gear for review, but test samples can be sent to address on the about page.[/quote]

    Totally up for that one! :D

  • MrM

    Rename it Super Happy Fun Poser Mouse and I will buy 2.

  • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

    [quote comment=""]I for one welcome a djtechtools review of the mouse! If DJ Chris from DJ Tech stands by his product, I see no reason why a promo version of the mouse shouldn’t be sent to a djtechtools rep for a “spin”.
    [/quote]

    I completely agree. Marketing aside, the mouse should be allowed to speak for itself and we are happy to test the product and produce a fair and honest review of its performance. We don’t purchase gear for review, but test samples can be sent to address on the about page.

  • RCUS

    I for one welcome a djtechtools review of the mouse! If DJ Chris from DJ Tech stands by his product, I see no reason why a promo version of the mouse shouldn’t be sent to a djtechtools rep for a “spin”.

    @ DJ Chris, I think we are all particularly interested in the ‘HD’ jog wheel implementation. Does this wheel send Midi or is it a scroll wheel functionality?

  • Anonymous

    [quote comment="20965"]@ DJ Chris from DJ-Tech
    Please start to show some respect and consideration for this site and our community. Half of the comments here said that they might be interested in your product and this article exposed thousands of djs to the idea. Net result: positive for you.

    Your dis-respectful comments and personal assaults will only result in no one wanting to buy anything from your company or anyone you represent.
    [/quote]

    Dj-tech (represented by DJChris) have thoroughly convinced me to not support their products, many of which seem to show some promise. Until Dj-tech quells it’s unjustified sense of self entitlement, and eliminates those awful product ads, my money will continue to support companies that promote open and welcoming communities.

  • http://www.djtechpro.com DJ Chris / DJ-Tech

    we are talking about the mouse, Tks to EAN.
    why not to talk about uSolo ?
    why not to talk about U2 Station.
    i guess they are innovative products and in this time of recession, many djs amateur or pro should find some solution.

    Ean, i have to run projects , fairs, sales projection, distribution etc … we are a small company. if you want to put that we are a chinese company, or a french one, or a stupid company, …. this is your forum.
    i will continue to design products with our team, step by step we will get shares etc ….

    We thank Deckadance, as they were the only one to believe in our products, some other company like S….O, even they did not test our products, threated us like S…T.

    When you are the newcomer … specially from France, or China, you will be beaten by the crowd.

    one thing i can do to make the construction more constructive.
    This mouse should be good, we are thinking about the next version , and the next next version. Please email me.

    i will put time and efforts to get the project finalized within 6 Months.

    our company has no money to pay trip to Djs to visit us in Hong Kong, and to make some convention, but we are reachable with all todays tools : skype,msn, etc ….

    Congratulations to DJTECHTOOLS.
    to the one that like and will buy the mouse = Tks.
    to the one that does not like it = happy to receive constructive comment to make the NEXT ONE.

  • http://edmayes.wordpress.com/ Ed

    Camp ad but not a bad idea- especially for effects.

  • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

    @ DJ Chris from DJ-Tech
    Please start to show some respect and consideration for this site and our community. Half of the comments here said that they might be interested in your product and this article exposed thousands of djs to the idea. Net result: positive for you.

    Your dis-respectful comments and personal assaults will only result in no one wanting to buy anything from your company or anyone you represent.

    Regarding the accusation of Racism because we pointed out that Dj Tech is a Chinese company. I am simply stating a fact, which has no implication other than to give people a context of where the company is from. In many articles journalists mention a companies origin, or back ground facts to give the reader more information about the company in question. If a fact is wrong then please dispute it though email with supporting documentation and I would be more than happy to change the post.

    Thanks to everyone that has been trying to keep us on track with constructive comments and on-topic points. Lets keep that up and avoid further negative discussions. if they continue, this thread will get deleted.

  • http://www.myspace.com/tooltablist Mudo

    My last post ended with…

    stop Hate and start love. It was for the community not for Djtech but it seems criticism is not welcomed (about bad avertisment marketing issue).

    Don’t worry but don’t continue flame, it is not sane (I know what I’m saying).

    Just focus on your business and forget the fight.

    “Il est préférable d’être sot pour rester silencieux que dire quelque chose et dissiper tout doute”

    Un conseil de l’ami est seul.

    Translate from Spanish to French with an internet translator.

    Just my2cents.

  • http://www.ome-les.com Tekki

    Okay, I want to make 3 things clear:

    1. Remember the hate that people got when transferring from vinyl to CDs and nowadays to MIDI? ;)
    2. Language barriers. I know french often do not speak english as well as they could, would or should. I sometimes have the same thing, while being dutch.
    Just stop getting too pissed. On the net things often are beat/struck down by the infamous internet warriors.
    Don’t mind them. Make sure that the article is correct.
    What I am reading is that the Mouse could be a good thing. (Even though the marketing campaign could use some work).
    Live with it!
    1. The winner of the Bali mix contest, B33s0n has demo’d for DJ Tech, if I am correct. He was quite pleased with the 202 controller. (That’s the Xone 1d look-a-like right?)

    So please, get this over with!

  • http://www.myspace.com/bentosan BentoSan

    Whoa guys, lets not get to the point that we break down into hurling abuse at one another.

    There is clearly a language barrier issue that is the problem here, everyone just needs to take a deep breath and chill out.

    @Dj Chris – Please do not take offence to what people are saying here, no one is trying to be offensive and they are not trying to be racist either.

  • Anonymous

    the way u represent your company here is a second hit in my face

  • http://adrian.thomas-prestemon.com DJ ATP

    So…to chill out the arguments I feel brewing here, I’d like to throw in my spare change. I really like the idea behind this product. I know there are many other people out there would would like something like this, too. A jog wheel incorporated into a mouse is indeed a very useful modification of an already iconic idea. I can think of many practical applications both in DJing, and in studio work.

    Something I would like to point out is that without this article, which highlights the over-the-top marketing video, I would never have heard of this product. Even negative publicity is good publicity, because it puts a name on the lips of talkative people. I’m definitely considering buying one, for two reasons:

    1.) It’s an innovative product, and it looks to me to be incredibly useful.

    2.) It comes with Deckadance LE. I’m a user of Image-Line products (FL Studio), but I’ve been so wrapped up in Traktor, I’ve not given myself the money or time to give Deckadance a proper try. The fact that the LE version is bundled with this mouse makes it more attractive, because I get two cool experimental experiences packaged together.

    3.) (Yes, I said two reasons :P) That mouse pad looks cool. Even if I don’t think of it as a slipmat, it’s a thin mousepad designed for optical mouse tracking, and to top it off, it sports a design inspired by the iconic turntable. That’s cool in my book.

    In response to anyone inclined to make fun of DJ Chris’ English grammar, keep in mind that English (especially American English) is one of the most complicated languages to learn. The grammar structures are inconsistent, there is no standard conjugation system, and there’s a whole host of other hurdles to learning it to a level of complete fluency. Also understand that French is an almost-equally-complicated language with similar hurdles in the way of gaining fluency. I studied French for ten years (from kindergarten through eighth grade by requirement), and while I have a permanent ability to understand most written French, I’d be hard-pressed to properly conjugate one-third of the verbs placed before me, much less construct an entire several-paragraph comment on a blog in defence of a DJ Mouse.

    All that said, I’m buying one; not for the purpose of becoming a superstar DJ without the mucking about in mixing science, but for the purpose of giving a decent-looking product a good use. If nothing else, it winds up in my collection of unused equipment and becomes the centrepiece of a coffee-table discussion about innovative products, marketing, or DJing.

    Thank you, DJ Chris @ DJ-Tech for this innovative product, and thank you also for the amusing but to-the-point marketing video.

    Thank you Ean @ DJ Tech Tools for the news post about this product. Without you, I would have missed my chance to hear about yet another advancement in DJ technology.

  • Striker

    [quote comment="20952"][quote comment=""]

    I am sure you will get Chinese girl friend soon.[/quote]

    this guy isn’t just bad at english, he’s out of his goddamn mind.[/quote]

    Agreed. This guy’s text is ridden with logical fallacies. Unfortunately for his cause, he’s only hurting himself with it.

  • felix

    the funniest part of this is that I really want this mouse, for 70 dls is a great mouse to use in my set up, beats the basic wireless mouse that I’m using now and is not more expensive that a regular wireless mouse.
    please guys stop the fight, thanks to djtechtools.com I known about this mouse so is pretty much free advertising.
    The original ad is really bad, but the idea is pretty decent.

  • Chris

    [quote comment=""]

    I am sure you will get Chinese girl friend soon.[/quote]
    this guy isn’t just bad at english, he’s out of his mind.

  • http://www.djtechpro.com DJ Chris / DJ-Tech

    EAN, do you know what is jointventure ?

    Please have a look on our toys which are shipping : U2 Station , Hybrid 202, i-Mix Reload mkII and more …

    do you how much represents the export from China to USA ?
    do you know US bunds belong to Chinese ?

    i can feel some racist comment.
    Barak is now there, why great DJ are black ?
    your comment about out jointventure is the same level of comment.

    Why Sony president is not a Japanese ?
    world is going global? IBM Sold to Lenovo.

    I am sure you will get Chinese girl friend soon.

  • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

    [quote comment="20906"]
    Ean Mentioned that Dj-Tech is a chinese company.
    Dj-Tech is a French company with all logistic in Asia, and the multi culture of engineers working there : Japanese, Chinese, Taiwanese , and many European, we are happy to be a GLOBAL Company.
    [/quote]

    I was told by a Dj Tech Rep at Musik Messe that Dj Tech is a Chinese company.

    According to this website:
    http://www.fidek.com.hk/html/eng/about_us.html

    “First Audio is a Hong Kong company and 100% privately owned enterprise. Our head office is located in Kowloon, Hong Kong. Our factory plant is located in Hua Du, Guangzhou, China….Our brand names FIDEK, DJ-Tech are among the best quality and popular brand names in various countries worldwide.”

  • Anonymous

    “The time has come to rock out all the parties..!”

  • livefast

    [quote comment=""][quote comment="20906"]
    We can design DJ mouse for…Wanna be Dj
    [/quote]

    you said it man.

  • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

    [quote comment="20906"]Mr.Golden is presenting this product, like an execution, fair enough for someone who is working under cover for Vestax.

    [/quote]

    To set the record straight: WE DO NOT WORK FOR VESTAX or any other Manufacturer in the world. Look back at our reviews and you will see balanced criticism of all dj products including Vestax.

    Your product certainly has potential, and we would be more than happy to provide a fair and balanced review as soon as you send one over. In the mean time consider the phrase “any press is good press” and enjoy the additional thousands of people that now are aware of the product and will draw their own conclusions about its viability. I would also appreciate it if you would keep your rants against me to a minimum and send any problems you have with our publication to me personally via email.

  • http://www.djtechpro.com DJ Chris / DJ-Tech

    i am french … english is not my native language.
    i have no money yet to get some native american and UK staff.
    recession is everywhere.

    despite body language …. i would prefer to speak my bad english.

  • Anon E. Moose

    DJ-Tech, you lost me at the “slipmat”. Really? I’m down with making things fun, but you gotta be kidding me. Correct me if I’m wrong, but don’t *most* MIDI equipped DJs have mappings to avoid using the mouse? I guess it takes all kinds…

    Oh, and DJ Chris, for the love of all that is good on this planet (which isn’t much these days), if you want to present your company in a positive manner, at least spend some time learning grammar and English. I’m just saying, that when I read your text, I spend more time finding errors rather than focusing on content.

    But that’s just my two cents.

  • http://www.djtechpro.com DJ Chris / DJ-Tech

    Well, i am playing golf , not a good player, but i have the Nike golf set, the one that Tiger is promoting. that will never make me play as the same level as tiger. I just have fun and i can fell i have the same clubs.

    i do agree that the marketing a super exciting one !!!
    beocz since the machine take over our mix, beatchmach and all the other automix function, who will say that the Dj work becomes more difficult … indeed to configurate soundcard is sometimes difficult.
    and if we can bring dreams to people to become a professional Dj, i will do my next marketin EXACTLY THE SAME.

    What’s so funny ? to tell that you can be a Dj without the science to be a pro Dj ? did i tell that this machine is 3 times more funny than a CDJ1000MK7 ????

    Well, lets make a test with 1000 people out of there, and i am not sure that people will tell that CDJ1000MK8 is better than our mouse.

    Did we place the price of this item @ 149 USD too ?
    so ? … i am writing in this forum, which may delete all my post,
    i give my opinion on the way that EAN acted.

    That’s it.

    to hate or not to love, is the essence of our life.
    Ean and other can say that mouse is a just a piece of shit.
    we and i can say that this is probably the best mouse nowadays and specially for DJ application.
    and i am sure other company, will follow, specially some who copied Vestax 15 years ago and more.

    So funny to make you laugh, at least we prefer to not make you cry.

    for the one that want to be super Star dj, pls buy 2 or more …
    and get more fun.

  • Anonymous

    [quote comment=""]i think the innovation they are bringing here is that instead of midi assigning stuff to your knobs and faders, the “assignment” is done on the fly by positioning the mouse pointer on the screen. in a way a lot of the surface based solutions where you place items on a table is a similar approach.

    i wonder how this works in deckadance, especially without any drivers? is this a native feature in deckadance that already works with any mouse? or did i misunderstand something about the driver-less-ness?[/quote]

    I bet the ‘jog wheel’ is just a circular scroll wheel. Still not a bad idea, though I don’t think I’ll be picking one up any time soon.

  • http://ifnotwhynot.me djsdive

    i think the innovation they are bringing here is that instead of midi assigning stuff to your knobs and faders, the “assignment” is done on the fly by positioning the mouse pointer on the screen. in a way a lot of the surface based solutions where you place items on a table is a similar approach.

    i wonder how this works in deckadance, especially without any drivers? is this a native feature in deckadance that already works with any mouse? or did i misunderstand something about the driver-less-ness?

  • http://www.myspace.com/tooltablist Mudo


    [quote comment=""][quote comment="20886"]I like it! I wouldn’t use it to “Become a PRO DJ in one minute” (hehehe), but for editing in Logic and Ableton, I think this could be very useful! I’ve never seen a jogwheel built into a mouse like this, cool idea.[/quote]
    [quote comment=""]“A slipmat optimized for scratch performance” LMAO[/quote]

    I agree – I’m definitely gonna get one, provided the price is right… I wonder what kind of data the jogwheel transmits? would be excellent for transport controls in cubase…[/quote]

    For example…

    or (if it is high midi data send or HID) scratch inside Serato/traktor “a la NS7″… maybe you guys need a bit of hackimagination…

    Bad advertisment, bad market study… good intention, maybe a great “controller”.

    Stop Hate, start the Love…

  • MiL0

    [quote comment="20886"]I like it! I wouldn’t use it to “Become a PRO DJ in one minute” (hehehe), but for editing in Logic and Ableton, I think this could be very useful! I’ve never seen a jogwheel built into a mouse like this, cool idea.[/quote]
    [quote comment=""]“A slipmat optimized for scratch performance” LMAO[/quote]

    I agree – I’m definitely gonna get one, provided the price is right… I wonder what kind of data the jogwheel transmits? would be excellent for transport controls in cubase…

  • Norbert Haug

    “A slipmat optimized for scratch performance” LMAO

  • http://www.myspace.com/bentosan BentoSan

    @DJ Chris – We dont have anything against the mouse, its not a bad idea at all. Anything that can bring djing to the masses is fantastic :) Although I personally think the execution could be a little better, but thats not what we are complaining about what so ever.

    Its the marketing that is just so way to over the top to the point that it becomes comical that is at the crux of this article.

    As Ean said in the article: “If their marketing campaign, brand image and amazzzing claims were instantly removed some people might actually take a similar product seriously”

  • BentoSan

    BOH ! ” “Be a professional DJ in one minute without the science of mixing music”

    If i buy 2 does that make me a super-star DJ ?

  • Michiel y Gil

    hihihi! “Or why not enjoy the automix?”

    So how does this work? You have to EQ one knob at a time?

    Dear DJ Chris, You state that the mouse costs as much as 3 USB cables. You’re right in that. That’s off course as you said correctly products that aim on the high end market. Rather unfair of you to compare those products to yours on price, if you don’t want Ean to compare yours with the high end products.

    You claim a “full DJ experience” for 79 dollars. If you then compare this product with let’s say the Korg Nano series or even better the Akai ones that are coming up, You lose majorly on your goal “to deliver DJ to people that don’t have 1000 USD”.

    So even if Ean (or DJTT) was not supporting the high end market but was writing this from a budget-dj-point of view, his claims would still be valid.

  • http://myspace.com/aout6 aout6

    i just LOVE the design of print ad/video/and dj mouse itself hahahahahahaha

  • rvltion909

    background track ID please, I must have it!!11eleven

    Imageline isnt doing itself any favors here with associating itself with the “package”. Wont be doing anything for them being taken seriously.

    On a sidenote though, the jog wheel mouse seems like a no-brainer and I’d use it for a fraction of the price for convenience (gridding and what not)

  • http://www.djtechpro.com DJ Chris / DJ-Tech

    Mr.Golden is presenting this product, like an execution, fair enough for someone who is working under cover for Vestax.
    but …. i still have respect on some of the report that you can make.
    may be one day you will work for us, i have no doubts about that.
    to all the pro Dj that comment on that mouse, definetely this product is not for you, to become a Dj is not the right of people that have 1000 USD to buy 2 CDJ or any Serato products.
    We want to bring Dj to everyone,anyone, so all the shit that i can read will not take out the conviction, that, Djs are not a special race, in The MI business Walmart and Best buy are selling entry level keyboards, not Grand Piano. without giving to all of you , specially YOU, a marketing lesson, for 79 USD, i only can buy 3 pcs of your super USB cables that you had posted month ago.
    then …. social network is great for the freedom, and we offer the possibility, with a great software as Decakadance, to open
    Dj to every ne . RATHER NARROW MINDED = all people that want to kill that mouse, you should indeed give to that mouse some cheese.

    Ean Mentioned that Dj-Tech is a chinese company.
    Dj-Tech is a French company with all logistic in Asia, and the multi culture of engineers working there : Japanese, Chinese, Taiwanese , and many European, we are happy to be a GLOBAL Company.

    We can design DJ mouse for people that wanna be Dj.
    we have no plan to design products that can make people think properly, becloz after all , we are all free , to say great things, or say stupid things for money.

  • http://www.myspace.com/belchofficial Belch

    how can a company so bereft of any DJ knowledge atall – manage to call themselves ‘DJ Tech’. Such a shame.. because if NI had developed a similar product with a slightly better design (and without the scratch jog wheel) – no doubt it would be a fairly innovative product!

    I refuse to believe that their “slip-mat, optimized for scratch performance” isn’t a gag. I mean come on, who’s the target audience here! Image line made a bit of a gaff when they allowed ‘DJ Tech’ to endorse Deckadance I think…

    Still, a bit of solid fun – can’t go wrong :)

  • Stu

    Oh dear….

    Although the sound of a “High Definition jog wheel” does sound tempting. lol

    Can i get a refund on my VCI100 i think il just get one of those mice. :P

  • BentoSan

    Poor DJ Tech, they have some good ideas but some terrible execution – im sure they will get better over time as they learn their market properly :)

  • DJ Scuba

    Where is the DJ Cam?! Where I can just dance around in circles and wave my arms in the arm and the software INTUITIVELY recognizes all my moves, hand motions, and head bobs as specific commands to give me seamless mixes like all the other top 100 worldwide DJ’s!

    I mean I have great dance moves…right?

  • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

    ” the time has come to experience….. DJ MOUSE!” … it gets me every time. :)

  • http://www.eangolden.com Ean Golden

    [quote comment=""]Ummm….I thought this was a joke. And I kind of wish it was.[/quote]

    yeah right? I was very confused at first too but no, it appears that they are serious.

    [quote comment="20887"]great, it’s videos like this that give digital djing a bad rep.[/quote]

    oh shucks, there are loads of terrible marketing videos in every genre and people still have respect for other musical skills. Digital djing will keep plowing forward!

  • http://thedjpodcast.com Peter Morgan (The DJ Podcast)

    Ummm….I thought this was a joke. And I kind of wish it was.

  • duerr

    lol

  • ArthurNava

    great, it’s videos like this that give digital djing a bad rep.

  • http://myspace.com/bizmuth Bizmuth

    I like it! I wouldn’t use it to “Become a PRO DJ in one minute” (hehehe), but for editing in Logic and Ableton, I think this could be very useful! I’ve never seen a jogwheel built into a mouse like this, cool idea.

  • kugmo

    I want one! I want one! I wanna rock the party!

  • http://www.disconova.com/dj.utu/ Markku Uttula

    [quote comment=""]“setting loop points with zero latency”.

    On a USB device. Riiiight.[/quote]

    Furthermore; on a USB device on a non-realtime operating system :)

  • Fatlimey

    Also, it enables you to break the laws of Physics by “setting loop points with zero latency”.

    On a USB device. Riiiight.

  • Greg Sudderth

    [quote comment=""]What’s funny is that its basically a jogwheel… and you can get a GREAT jogwheel that is heavy, smooth, and “real”:

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?A=details&kw=COSX&is=REG&Q=&O=productlist&sku=284396

    G.[/quote]

  • Greg Sudderth

    What’s funny is that its basically a jogwheel… and you can get a GREAT jogwheel that is heavy, smooth, and “real”:

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?A=details&kw=COSX&is=REG&Q=&O=productlist&sku=284396

    G.

  • http://myspace.com/flamclap mnmlmike

    “The Mouse You’ve Always Dreamed of!”
    YES FINALLY! hahahh

  • Hedge

    Nice try, but failed badly.

    Did they even think one second about usability?

    I wonder if I’ll ever see some kid in the club using this.
    At least he’ll have the laughters at his side :)

  • kidfromkibbly

    I think Chinese ‘goods’ is something of a misnomer Ean! :P

    God love them for trying though.