- 18 Mar
Everyone needs the best arsenal to win a battle. With DJ-ing being a demanding job itself, foolproof gear is absolutely essential. While other accessories matter too, the best DJ controllers can alone set the tone of success for you as a DJ or your event as a DJ venture.
Now, money can’t buy happiness. It can however buy you DJ gear that’s incredible in value. It’s true but we beg to differ sometimes. For DJ equipment to be great, price is not a determinant. We have exemplary Dj controllers under $600 that support our claims.
Read on for our take on the best DJ controllers and their place in the bigger picture of DJ-ing.
Just like any endeavor, DJ-ing too requires making informed decisions about the equipment needed to excel in the industry. It’s obvious
- 25 Aug
Undoubtedly, it is confusing to purchase DJ controllers. Even more so when you are a beginner. Worry not as we have reviewed one of the best DJ controllers for you to upscale your mixing skills. Being an indispensable requisite for any professional DJ, audio mixing controllers can make or break your effort. Without a fully-functioning controller, you can’t hope to reach your prime. It is what allows a DJ to manipulate and seamlessly transition between soundtracks. And perform d
- 15 Jun
Just getting started? This article covers lots of the basics. Learn which dj gear makes sense for you, your style and budget. Modern DJs have two main options when it comes to getting set up for practice, recording, and playing out. They can either go fully digital, using a laptop computer and DJ software, or they can keep it traditional and use vinyl records. Traditional DJs will need to purchase more equipment up-front, but...
- 4 Dec
Are the DDJ 1000 and DDJ Serato exactly the same but with different software? They are pretty much the same...but there are a few differences...Let's take a look at these DJ Controllers in a quick article.
- 8 Aug
If you’ve been eagerly anticipating a Serato-compatible version of our pro-grade DDJ-1000 controller, good news: The wait is over.
The 4-channel Pioneer DDJ-1000SRT inherits the layout of the DDJ-1000, which feels familiar to a CDJ+DJM club standard set-up. All the same professional features are there too, including low-latency, full-size jog wheels from the CDJ-2000NXS2 and the slick MAGVEL FADER for tight scratching.
Concentrate on the crowd, not your laptop, thanks to color On Jog Display, which gives you important track information in
- 29 Jul
Can the Pioneer DDJ-1000 Controller be used with Serato? As you know Pioneer Controllers typically ship with Rekordbox their proprietary software... There's big news coming...here's the word 'round the campfire...
- 24 Apr
Wanna know more about DJ Controllers? In this guide we'll answer common DJ controller questions, compare models, explain features and introduce the major players. Whether you have years of professional experience, are an enthusiastic hobbyist, or are just getting into the DJing world this guide can answer your questions. From Software like Serato DJ and Traktor to compact inexpensive controllers all the way to $3000 Professional units, we cover it all in this article...