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.
Gemini unveiled their new controller today, and by the looks of it, they’ve got their eye on CDJ enthusiasts. The G4V, a DDJ-style all-in-one controller that features 4 deck mixing options, touch sensitive 14-bit jogwheels, and balanced XLR and RCA booth outputs. Gemini seems to have taken a cue from other controllers like the new […]
The Gemini booth was another stop on our NAMM 2012 tour, and we got a chance to take a close look at the CDMP-7000, their flagship all-in-one CD-J, Flashdrive or software controller. It’s well suited for DJs looking for a complete solution to get used to mixing with CD-J style jogwheels without spending thousands of dollars […]