Now, that’s just clever. Learn more about the Office Turntable at DJ Worx.
I’m a nerd. It’s no secret. Here are some cool stuff I’ve seen in 2013…so far! Pebble Pebble connects by Bluetooth to your iPhone or Android device. Setting up Pebble is as easy as downloading the Pebble app onto your phone. All software updates are wirelessly transmitted to your Pebble. COMPATIBILITY iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S, … Continue reading "Coolest gadgets of 2013…so far."
A new music app that can be installed on your iPad by developers @retronyms. It features: Use with Tabletop’s Timeline Editor Line-in allows you to resample Tabletop devices Route to and use with your favorite Tabletop Effects and devices Tabletop Ready App: works seamlessly with Retronyms’ Tabletop app for iPad AudioPaste samples from compatible apps AudioCopy … Continue reading "iMPC App for iPad"
JetPack, the world's greatest DJ bag makers are back with the JetPack REMIX DJ bag!
I don’t see scratch DJs fully converting to MIDI controllers anytime soon…but I think it may be possible one day. Read it here: http://www.studioscratches.com/dj-happee-interview-scratching-with-traktor-kontrol-s2-s4-part-2/
If you have about $10,000 USD lying around, you may want to get one of these for that next party at your house! More info at http://www.reactable.com/
iRig MIDI is an ultra-compact standard Core MIDI interface for iOS that connects any MIDI compatible device to the iPhone®, iPod touch® and iPad®. iRig MIDI connects MIDI keyboards, drum machines, drum pads, pedal boards and more to an iOS device to control not only the included SampleTank FREE* but also a world of MIDI-compatible … Continue reading "iRig™ MIDI Core MIDI interface for iPhone/iPod touch/iPad"
I just got my hands on one of these…and I must say, it’s a fine DJ…i mean EVERYTHING bag. For $189…you can do yourself (and your back a favor). For more info, please visit http://www.orbitconcepts.com/products/jetpack
I’m pretty stoked about Dropbox. It allows you to collaborate with others as if you were all sharing the same drive. It even backs up your files each time you save. I love technology! Let’s say you’re editing a document in your Dropbox folder. As soon as you press Save, Dropbox will sync this file … Continue reading "Collaborating on files using Dropbox"
Introducing the Quincy Jones Signature Line by AKG: a collection of headphones for your home or the road. Each set is a blend of sophisticated style and perfect sound—exactly what you’d expect from one of the most gifted, successful and admired music icons the world has ever heard.
Custom DJ Booth constructed with concrete board over plywood frame and rusted steel pipe with laser-cut tread plate top. Yes. It’s Bad-ass. http://www.trevoroneil.com
If only the iPad had a USB port…it could possibly revolutionize DJing. Until then, we got the iPad Mixr.
Being a fan of open-eared headphones…i had to hype these up. I usually test my mixes on a pair of open ear headphones before I bounce to disk. For less than $50 bucks, anyone can have audiophile quality headphones! Samson RH600 Reference Headphones
I guess you can DJ (and backspin songs) in your car on that next road trip with Vestax Spin!
Its hard for me to see how this could be used in the real world of DJing…but it’s cool nonetheless.
I can see Serato DJs jumping all over this one. The device of the flexible display allows a new concept in notebook design growing out of the traditional bookformed laptop into unfurling and convolving portable computer. By virtue of the OLED-Display technology and a multi touch screen the utility of a laptop computer with its … Continue reading "Rolltop – A Laptop that rolls up"
It kinda resembles a Mac, but hey…who cares! it looks dope.
Before I begin, I would like to mention that you can start with any brand of equipment you like, want or can afford. I’m simply listing my personal top “must haves” if I was going to buy all my equipment from scratch! So here it is…turntables, mixers, needles, headphones and cables…
Where was this tutorial 10 years ago when I was trying to dig for records?!
Back in the days…ok, maybe not that far back, stage DJs had to rely on “Instant Replay” machines to back up their artists/rappers during performances. Now, it’s 100% computerized. more…
Lyndsay Williams created the SenseSurface — a modular system that allows you to literally stick a controller onto a display when you need it. The devices use an X/Y matrix on the backside of a typical laptop display coupled with custom designed movement sensors. Lyndsay claims that the apparatus is multitouch and low friction, leaves … Continue reading "Virtual instruments become Physical"
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