DJs around the world use the Pioneer DJM 900 mixer in regular gigs without taking advantage of its powerful on board effects. In today’s article, Ean shares techniques on how to use creative crossfader routing and additional effects layered on white noise to generate a very playable tone useful for almost any style of DJing. There are a few mainstay DJ mixers on the market, with a select few offerings that appear in club installs from Pioneer DJ, Rane, and Allen & Heath. One that consistently shows up in clubs is the Pioneer DJM 900 mixer. If you’re not completely familiar with it, you may want to check out our review of the DJM 900. We will be publishing a series of tips and tricks on how to get more out of this great DJ mixer over the coming months. Today’s DJM 900 mixer tip is centered on one very useful effect: the Noise color FX knob. Noise is a simple but powerful tool that can be used to transition between DJ’s and it can be placed over top all sets of any genre.
What are your favorite Pioneer DJM FX?