As a Pioneer DJ dealer, we regularly get updates from them on what gear is starting or ending production. Concurrent with the announcement of the XDJ-700 player, we found out two new interesting changes on Pioneer’s product line: the end of the Serato-ready DJM-900SRT and a new beginning for the DJM-350, which had quietly gone […]
If you ever use the Pioneer DJM-900 Nexus at gigs, you may notice it doesn't have a straightforward option for recording directly through the soundcard. However with a few quick setting changes in the Pioneers settings utility and audio routing in Traktor, you can record your live set without the need of a second sound card, or additional gear or recording devices.
Did you know that in loads of DJ booths around the world, there's a controller that's already there? The Pioneer DJM-900 is completely MIDI-mappable, and can be used in any number of diverse ways - learn how to set it up with this tutorial from new DJTT contributor Angel.
Our annual weeklong sale is back and bigger than ever! Avoid the lines at Guitar Center and the other megastores by supporting your favorite DJ community this holiday season. The entire store is getting a giant discount between 15-50% , so take advantage of it while supplies last.
Spotted over on the Red Bull Music Academy YouTube stream, a complete walkthrough by Four Tet himself on the gear he uses in a live DJ set. Props for Cool Edit Pro and a Roland SP-303 on its own channel opposite of an Ableton workstation! Watch the full video below: Recognize that Cycloops / Red […]
We’re always on the lookout for solid new routines, and DJ Enferno‘s videos have been featured before on DJ TechTools, so it’s no surprise to see him crush another routine. He’s rocking pretty much the same setup as before- a custom mapped Maschine MkII controlling Ableton Drum Racks, a Casio XWG1, a Pioneer DJM-900 and Serato […]
We’ve seen performances from Washington DC’s DJ Enferno crop up around the web over the last six months, but today’s video is one of the most tight and freshest performances we’ve seen yet. In a world where we’re continuing to see live performance and traditional DJing intersect in a happy medium (like Bass Kleph’s style), […]
Have you ever found yourself trying to switch between two DJs that are sharing the same USB mixer, sound card or DVS interface? It’s a common problem in live scenarios, and having a few handy tools up your sleeve can help make a hairy switch seamless. DJTT comes to the rescue with six of our own creative ways to […]