Prior to NAMM 2015 Akai announced a new line up of keyboards, the Advance Keyboard. It looks like that wasn't all from Akai, they have just announced 2 new analog products, the Timbre Wolf and Tom Cat. The Timbre Wolf is a 4 voice analog synthesizer while the Tom Cat is an analog drum machine similar to 2014's Rhythm Wolf. Keep reading to find out if this analog gear is for you.
This morning Serato DJ is making an appearance in a lot of new pieces of gear at NAMM 2015 like the Mixtrack Pro 3, NS7III, Denon DS1 interface, and of course the updated Rane TTM57MKII. But Serato has been working behind the scenes to bring support for their software to many of the mainstay club mixers and is unveiling support for them on the NAMM convention floor.
In our NAMM 2015 prediction guide, we pointed out that one of the constant winners at NAMM, Arturia, had been teasing a new generation of audio interface for about a month. The unveil is here, and the new Audiofuse soundcard looks like it might be perfect for producers looking for expansive connectivity. Read more in this article!
Pioneer has one more trick up their sleeve for NAMM 2015: a complete update to their top-of-the-line DJ headphones, the HDJ-2000MK2s. The update comes alongside their entry into the studio monitoring headphone world, the HRM-7s. Read on for details on the new cans! Name: HDJ-2000MK2 DJ headphones Manufacturer: PioneerAvailable: March 2015Price: Street price $349 In A Nutshell: A serious upgrade for Pioneer’s […]
The NAMM Show kicks off here in Anaheim, California tomorrow morning, but already there's been plenty of news being dropped ahead of time. Germany-based Reloop DJ has annouced two new products - a new variation of their RP-8000 turntable and a new four channel DJ mixer, the RMX-60.
We've got our own quick NAMM 2015 announcement - the introduction of a new much-requested color to the Chroma Cables line, Purple! Coming in both right angle and straight varieties, the new color looks great under all conditions and is an ideal way to continue color-coding a DJ setup in the booth or in the studio.
Algoriddim is a household name when it comes to DJ applications. Their djay app for iOS and Android has been downloaded millions of times by users all across the globe who were looking for a way to get their feet wet in DJing. djay is also the name of Algoriddim's Mac dedicated software that has recently been given a total over-haul and redesign. Today, Algoriddim announced the release of djay Pro, the latest desktop DJ software for Mac OSX. I had the pleasure of talking to Algoriddim's CEO, Karim Morsy, who walked me through the software which has everything from automatic iTunes playlists to MIDI capabilities and even full Spotify integration.
Mixvibes has recently announced the release of Cross DJ 2.0 for the iPhone and iPad which comes with a new aesthetic and more features for the User. iOS devices are popping up left and right but with Cross DJ, there is a little more than just two audio players and volume control. Similar to their recent Cross DJ 3.3 update for the desktop, the iOS highlights recent progressions made in the software that focus on creating a new, alternative solution for mixing applications.