For Black Friday, many companies put on a super-sized holiday sale - many of which are some of the best prices that DJs and producers will see all year. This is especially true in the software and digital instrument world. We've rounded up some of the best deals out there for dance music tools, software, and technology in this article, read on to get to the deals.
The DJTT annual week-long sale is back! We're excited to announce that things are kicking off on the holiday front with discount from 15% to 60% in our online store. Forget waiting in line at a big box store or supporting a corporate giant like Guitar Center, and shop here at your own DJ community this holiday season. Check out some of the most exciting discounts inside.
Since night clubs are all about the music experience, it's surprising that more time has not be spent on evolving the fundamentals of sound. While loudspeakers, speaker placement, and the quality of bass has improved dramatically over the years, the stereo format still remains king. With Native Instruments' new Stems idea taking off, has the time finally come to explore new sonic territory? Dolby thinks so, which is why they are rolling out Dolby Atmos (three-dimensional sound) in clubs.
Pioneer is set to start rolling out their brand new, two-channel DJM-S9 battle mixer to stores in the next few weeks. We decided to send our review unit over to two DJTT friends who know Pioneer DJ gear very well - DJs Cotts and Ravine - and have them take it for a spin and share their thoughts. Watch the full review inside:
Almost every DJ has heard the passionate arguments for why opening acts should show restraint and only exist to serve the headliner's set. But what if they're wrong? What if opening DJs should play to the crowd and not to the headliner's personal preference? Read some great alternate viewpoints from experienced DJs in today's article from guest contributor Steven Maude.
There's tons of reasons to need to change out a DJ mixer during a set or club night - but that doesn't mean you have to turn off the music and unplug everything. In today's Throwback Thursday video from Ean, he shows how a simple stereo cable swap out allows DJs to keep some of the music going while changing DJ mixers. Watch how it works inside:
We are often inspired by some of the amazing DIY DJ projects out there - so today we're focusing on on such mixer designed by DJ dAb that incorporates some of the more interesting product design trends into a powerful digital DJ hub. With an integrated screen, onboard computer, and an excess of controls, could the OBMFLM4 DJ mixer be a prediction of the future of DJ gear? Read on to see the full details behind this custom piece of kit.
Since our last key detection software square-off almost two years ago, we've seen new iterations of DJ software continue to incorporate key analysis. Serato DJ enters the fray, and Rekordbox is vying for status as a DJ platform. Want to know what software has the best key-finding algorithms, and which still need an overhaul? Read on for our test results.