12-01-2017 - Make sure you have connected your speakers to the Master output (a stereo output called Master Out, or Mix, or Output 1-2) of your DJ controller. By default, the DJ …


 · You can get the powered USB/Card-Adaptor here: a DJ Control Air here: an iPad? Check this:

The Control Air for iPad is a 2-deck DJ controller with 2 jog wheels that are pressure detection and a mixer section in the center and deck controls on left and right sides. The controller has 8 velocity pads that control samples, loops and effects. The pads can be set as binary on/off controls. The air control which is a contactless sensor ...


 · The DJI Mavic Air 2 includes a new controller with a mounting system capable of extending 86mm (about 3.4 inches) tall. That’s fine for grabbing a smartphone, but the mount won’t fit a tablet, which is a bummer. Tablets have large screens that are often brighter, making them easier to see when you are out flying a drone.

Perform with the Power of iPad. iDJ Pro from Numark is a professional DJ controller that expands your iPad’s interface, seamlessly integrating with Algoriddim's djay app for iPad (sold separately) to form a completely new DJ experience. Featuring a sleek brushed-aluminum casing, iDJ Pro is equipped with all the professional controls you need, plus some design features and capabilities that ...

Just dock your iPad, fire up Algoriddim’s djay for iPad app, and you’re ready to go. The brushed aluminum casing features a professional dual-platter setup with large retro-style aluminum volume knobs, backlit switches, and all the looping, pitch and effect controls you need to get creative on the fly or record your mix for later.


 · One thing worth mentioning is the fact that this is one of the few iPad controllers that are iPad ONLY… that is, it cannot be used as a MIDI controller for your laptop. The iDJ Pro features capacitive touch-activated platters, die-cast aluminum volume knobs, and brushed aluminum casing with hot cue, loop, and effects controls.


 · (As it only works with iPad, currently if you want to use an external DJ controller with iPhone or iPod touch, you’ll have to use one of the Apple approved models like the iDJ Live or Spin2 mentioned above) Something’s got to power your DJ controller. It more than likely the case that your iPad can’t provide enough power.

MIDI Control. djay integrates seamlessly with existing professional DJ hardware. In addition to supporting over 50 MIDI controllers by Pioneer, Numark, Reloop, and other manufacturers out of the box, djay also includes an advanced MIDI Learn system.

This vision led Hercules to create the very first dual-deck DJ controller for computers to feature a built-in audio interface, launched in 2003. Over the years, Hercules has acquired a huge amount of know-how, and enjoys a worldwide reputation as one of the leaders in portable mixing controllers for computers.