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.
Incorporating a performative element into a DJ set or live show is more popular than ever. For many producers and DJs, adding a finger drumming routine might seem challenging, but with a bit of practice it can quickly become the most exciting part of your set. Watch Mad Zach's tutorial on how he performs one of his most recent sound packs and learn to ace it yourself.
Ready to clean up your DJ music library using the automation power of AppleScripts? Every DJ comes up with their own workflow of taking freshly downloaded tracks and making them a useful part of their DJ library. In the age of digital DJing, where the only limits are hard drive space on your computer or flash drive, finding a quick and effective workflow for organizing your music is crucial.
There's been a buzz in the international DJ community as the winner of a major Thre3style event was discovered to have faked his set. For all the production that goes into Red Bull's DJ competition, we're amazed that a few basic concepts haven't been implemented that would instantly allow judges, fans, and fellow competitors to detect fake DJ routines.
The first images of the new Xone:PX5 mixer from Allen & Heath have appeared online after the company held an exclusive event at Kantine am Berghain in Berlin, Germany. So far it looks like the natural successor to the Xone:92, with built in digital FX, send/returns, and a built-in soundcard. Keep reading for images and details.
Trying out a new DJ software is never easy. There are many reasons to avoid it - but with Pioneer DJ's newcomer, Rekordbox DJ, it's not as difficult as you might expect. Almost any Serato DJ or Traktor Pro gear can be used with the software, without paying extra or hacking.
Ten years ago, nearly every touring producer or DJ was mixing track-to-track, with Serato Scratch Live or Traktor Scratch. But times have changed, and now unique live shows are incredibly more common. There are many options for live performance using modern dance music technology, so for a fun Friday article we're highlighting 9 videos of particularly inspiring or unique live shows.
We've just received a very short press release from Rane Corportation - the company behind famous DJ mixers like the TTM57 and the MP2015 - that discloses a sale of the company to InMusic, the same company that has snatched up numerous DJ companies in the past, like Denon DJ, Numark, and Akai. Keep reading for the details.