Starting to DJ doesn’t have to be so expensive or intimidating that it freaks you out. We reviewed six DJ controllers for under $300 that include their own soundcards, high-level software, and enough features to see you through to your first gigs and beyond. Whether you’re looking for a fun hobby, a side income, or are gunning to be the next Aviciësto, your first step is only a small payday away.
For every controller that hits shelves, there are always a few more great ideas that don’t see serious play time. Today we look back at those conceptual products that got us all excited but never delivered the goods. Plus, to really spice it up, we are giving away two unreleased controllers to a few lucky […]
In June, it will have been four years since the introduction of the original Midi Fighter, a community powered project that sprung from the shared passions of people from different corners of the world. Today, to keep that tradition alive, we’re announcing the next addition to the family. This new controller will be a companion to the […]
Reloop’s Jockey 3 ME, debuted in 2011, was a solid addition to the two-channel controller market (watch Ean’s samurai-influenced review here) – so it’s not too much of a surprise that Reloop is releasing a brand new reissue of the controller, dubbed the Jockey 3 Remix. While the layout, form factor, and design remain almost identical, Reloop […]