Serato DJ 1.9.5 Public Beta
Serato is quickly moving through its releases, and today the 1.9.5 Public Beta has been made available. Apart from several bug fixes and issues, this version will finally support the Pioneer DJ CDJ-2000NXS2 and the DJM-900NXS2. For the CDJ-2000NXS2 this means full HID support including library browsing and waveforms on the screen, for the 900NXS2 it means plug & play for the soundcard, and if you have the Serato DJ club kit, you can use the mixer for DVS control. Sign up to participate here.
Black Friday DJ Deals
It’s black friday and that means… deal time! Check out a few interesting deals we found for you online, everything from software to hardware to fullfill your DJ needs.
50% off on 140 products, that the deal at Native Instruments! Head over to their site to grab Traktor Pro, Massive and more at a killer price.
Want deals on sample packs? Loopmasters is slicing their prices up to 75% on selected packs, check it out here!
Want to try out the new IOS Djing app WeDJ? Grab it for free on the iPhone today!
Beatport is giving you 50% off your cart, so grab the chance and buy those tunes today! Check the deal out here. Use the promo code CYBERSALE on checkout.
Finally, Sweetwater.com is offering huge savings on selected DJ gear. Check out those Pioneer DJ controllers that come with a free Pioneer DJ case, that’s a USD 300 saving!
Another Denon DJ MCX8000 Performance
Very cool performance by Taiwan’s DJ Smile (he doesn’t really) on the MCX8000 showing of key features such as Pitch ‘n Time. We need more of these!
Digitaldjtips reviews the Reloop Mixon 4
Phil from Digitaldjtips.com reviewed the Mixon 4 from Reloop focusing mostly on its capacity to run from an iPad Pro using djay Pro from Algoriddim. I really, really like this controller but I do agree with Phil that the lack of inputs is a miss for a 4 channel controller, this could have been the ultimate hybrid power beast… Check out the full review here.
Built-in DVS system to a Technics SL-1200 turntable
Djtechtools has been following a DIY project that essentially builds-in a DVS module into a Technics SL-1200 turntable. The most recent addition to this project is a tiny screen build into the turntable, displaying a waveform and track information. Check out the full article.