Record clubs were a big thing in a different era of music – where you would pay a small fee and sign up to get music every month. Now a new service, Trax & Wax, is planning on bringing the record club concept into the modern era, focusing on dance music releases. Read on for details on […]
The new CDJ-2000NXS2 media players are set to hit stores late February, but as with any new generation of product that comes out, it creates an influx of used gear on the market. Today we share our tips on buying used CDJs, what to look out for, what to test, and how to make sure you're getting a good price. Read on to get the lowdown on secondhand CDJ purchases!
We first broke the news of a Richie Hawtin and Allen & Heath collaboration during NAMM week, when the first details emerged. It's pretty clear that the project is some kind of mixer - but now the first official teasers have emerged. Read on for the sparse official details about this PLAYDifferently project.
The West Coast bass scene has been one of the most constantly evolving music worlds in the United States for the last decade, and one of our favorite producers in that world is Portland's EPROM. In today's How I Play video, we got a chance to get an EPROM interview and tour of his live performance setup featuring a DJTT Midi Fighter Pro! Keep reading to see how he uses it alongside Ableton Live.
Ableton announced the release of Live 9.6 yesterday, bringing with it a plethora of improvements, from slicing audio to a Drum Rack, to extending Push 2 capabilities. Along with the in-house updates, Live 9.6 also comes with Ableton’s latest project Link, a tool for electronic musicians to integrate electronic instruments effortlessly within Live. The latest update improves […]
Rekordbox DJ got released late last year with a slew of features – but one of the most requested features for Pioneer DJ was to add mapping support to the software so that any controller could be MIDI mapped. With the Rekordbox 4.0.6 update, MIDI mapping has arrived – read on to learn more.
For years, Beatport has staked a claim as one of the top music stores for DJs - but just like any other product, there are competitors on the market. A clever Reddit user has taken the top 2200 songs from each Beatport category and written a Java program to compare them to Amazon's pricing. Keep reading to see his Amazon vs Beatport findings and why many DJs might want to consider shopping around for their music.
We’ve all watched carefully as SFX Entertainment, founded by Robert Sillerman, has consolidated a large part of the electronic music events market under one conglomerate. The company hasn’t been able to solve some serious financial woes, and as reported in the Wall Street Journal early Monday morning, is filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection. What does […]