This new DVS routine from Atlanta's DJ IV. It's fresh, full of tight cuts, and a good inspiration for how basic toneplay techniques can push a mix over the edge
Many DJs own turntables or CDJs but don’t have the cash to start building out a full setup for control vinyl right away – so how can you test the waters of a DVS system without breaking the bank? Today we’re sharing a tip from DJTT reader ssamkange on how he built his own DVS setup […]
Each year, just a few months after the NAMM show in Anaheim, California, Europe has their own industry convention where even more DJ and production gear rises to the surface. Today we're sharing the details on all the new gear that's worth noting - from new controllers to new analog drum machines. Read on for the latest from companies showing in Frankfurt this week.
The original set of DJ tech tools were the record, mixer, and turntable. After over 15 years of music sales moving to CDs and digital music files, reports from 2013 are showing that vinyl sales are actually rising - up 31%. Are DJs a driving force in this resurgence? In today's article, we reached out to DJ-centric record stores around the US to find out if vinyl is really making a comeback.
Straight out of New Zealand is a brand new Serato DJ public beta that brings DVS support for all the promised Scratch Live sound cards and devices that will unify the software under the Serato DJ name: Numark V7 Rane SL2 Rane SL3 Rane SL4 Rane Sixty-One Rane Sixty-Two Rane Sixty-Eight Pioneer CDJ-900 OSA support […]
We first saw a hint at the upcoming release of the RP-8000 turntable from Reloop back during BPM in September – and the unit is finally shipping out to retail locations this week, just in time for the holidays. What makes the RP-8000 exciting is that that it appears to match the build-quality, design, and […]
Serato has dropped the promised 1.5 update to Serato DJ this morning, complete with the very first support for timecode via the two currently supported mixers, the Rane Sixty-Four and Pioneer DJM-900SRT. Considering that they’re both quite expensive, it might be a while before you see a DJ in the wild using Serato DJ with […]
Everybody makes mistakes – but rarely do they present such a gear-acquisition opportunity as this one. If you’re a Serato Scratch Live DJ, you’re in luck – Serato spelled the word “Official” wrong on their latest control vinyl printing. Instead of printing new labels or letting the misprints live in a warehouse for the next […]