It’s the end of the week, so time to do a roundup of what has been moving in the DJ world over the week. Let’s have a look at the DJ news from around the web!
Pioneer DDJ-RR Review Over At Digitaldjtips.com
Digitaldjtips.com got their hand on the Pioneer DJ DDJ-RR. The Pioneer DDJ-RR is the successor of the Pioneer DDJ-SR and is designed to work natively with Rekordbox DJ. It features enhanced jog wheels with a central led ring, XLR and RCA master outputs for professional connectivity and much more. Check out their review right here.
Rekordbox DJ Partners Up With Pulselocker
After integrating with Serato DJ, Pulselocker now is available within Rekordbox DJ. You can get two different types of subscriptions. The first one costs USD 19.99/month and will let you save songs offline and is called Pro, the Basic subscription sets you back USD 9.99/month and will not let you save music offline. Additionally, only in the Pro subscription, you have the license to perform the songs publicly.
Are DJs Switching Back To Hardware?
Djtechtools.com has an interesting piece on what could be a game-changing evolution int he DJ industry: the growing unpopularity of midi dj controllers. Could it truly be that DJ’s are moving away from controllers + laptops into hardware only? Find out on djtechtools.com!