Enter the Seaboard RISE, an exciting new take on the piano-based MIDI controller which – for the first time in a while – brings us a truly new input mechanism. At first glance it doesn’t look like much, an elegant black rectangle which would be more at home in an Apple store than your local music shop, but after close inspection it reveals itself as a notably innovative control surface.
Last Friday, Roland launched one of their first-ever DJ focused products, the DJ-808. It's a controller for Serato DJ - but with a built-in step sequencer and a few other features, it's much more. Roland allowed DJTT to check the controller out in person - read on for an exclusive video and our thoughts.
One of the hardest parts about the business of being a dance music producer is getting your tracks in places where listeners can hear and buy them. But unlesss you’re signed to a label or have a great distribution partner, this can be a challenge, and services will charge serious percentages of your earnings. Today, […]
Pioneer is back at it again with another product release. This time, they’ve decided to bring some of the exclusive features of the CDJ-2000NXS2 down to the more affordable XDJ range. Check out the new features of the updated XDJ-1000MK2 and get the DJTT low-down.
Pioneer DJ's hybrid sampler/sequencer, the TORAIZ SP-16 has been one of the most anticipated product launches of the year for DJs and producers. The TORAIZ marks the first time that Pioneer has built a standalone unit designed for live production/performance. DJTT contributor Stu G got an opportunity to check out the unit last week - watch his full overview in today's exclusive first look video.
In today's review, DJTT's resident record pool expert Nick James takes a closer look at BPM Supreme. Since the last round up, their service has gone through major updates that make it even better for working DJs. It's also one of the only record pools with audio and video files for download. Keep reading for a comprehensive review.
Introduced at NAMM 2016, Hercules took on a bold new direction with their P32 DJ controller, a two-deck MIDI controller with built-in sound card that swaps out jog wheels for 16 pads on each deck. In today's review, we take a closer look at this pad-heavy controller - and we're even giving one away - keep reading to enter to win!
Sketching out musical ideas on the go is one of the best ways to continuously be creating music - and apps like Auxy have opened up the doors to truly mobile creation. With a new 2.0 update to the app and a rebranding, Auxy holds even more weight - more tracks, Ableton Link support, and more. Read on for a quick review from DJTT contributor and experienced producer Tarekith.