· Pioneer DJ is the industry-leading brand for controllers and you will find the CDJ2000NXS2 professional multiplayer in many clubs as their standard setup, and top DJ’s will use it as their Rider. Not only that, the majority of Pioneer equipment uses the Rekordbox DJ software platform.
· The best DJ controllers you can buy today. While Pioneer DJ’s rekordbox DJ mixing application remains, arguably, slightly in the shadow of the ‘bigger guns’ Serato and Traktor, used with Pioneer’s new flagship DJ controller, the DDJ-1000 it’s the perfect pairing. In fact, the 1000 is the closest thing we’ve found to condensing a ...
DJ controllers have software to operate the hardware. It is best to just use the software that comes with the controller as you are assured of its compatibility. If the DJ controller brand suggests a specific type of software for their hardware, use it to avoid complications.
· All-in-one DJ controllers, on the other hand, feature several blocks and can replace a conventional DJ booth. Pay attention to the software compatibility, too, as different manufacturers design controllers for different soft. Look for the one you are used to …
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· The controller hardware itself is a little toy-like and, unlike most controllers in this roundup, there’s no real integration with any of the major DJ applications (Serato, Traktor, rekordbox). The price is very affordable though and for younger budding DJs this could be just the ticket.
· The Best DJ Sets and Controllers While a turntable is the best-known piece of DJ equipment, there are a few other components to consider for your set-up.
The list of brands we supply products for can be seen above, including globally recognised manufacturers such as Pioneer, Numark, Serato DJ, Native Instruments, Alesis, Akai, Yamaha and FocusRite, just to …