Novation today announce 3 new controller keyboards promising ultra-expressive control and include updated software from the all new Automap 4
Just for fun and definitely for beginner DJ’s, or a possible solution for more serious deck spinning activities? – we look at Gemini’s FirstMix controller
The new Scarlett range of Audio/MIDI Interfaces now brings that renowned Focusrite quality to a much wider audience, via USB connection – Check our DV Mag review of the sonically muscular, Scarlett 18i6
No stranger to Focusrite audio interfaces, producer Paul Dakeyne takes a look at the new Scarlett 8i6 USB model and sees if this affordable unit carries across the usual Focusrite pro quality features
Phonic’s Summit 16 couldn’t be accused of lacking features – but how effectively can you put them into practice? Rob Sandall has a gander…
DJ/Producer Paul Dakeyne rounds up his DV Magazine feature on 21st Century DJ technology – today, The Mixer!
The 21st Century DJ’s guide kicks off with the features available in the club, DJ CD player arena – helping you choose your perfect dance music companion
The ESI KeyControl 49 XT is an affordable, 4 octave USB MIDI keyboard that packs a lot of bang per buck – DV Magazine grabs a full review
Post NAMM, DV Magazine checks out the latest releases from Gemini, aimed at both beginners and more advanced DJ users
More portable recording gear from Roland with this new audio interface – Tri Capture – aimed at musicians, engineers and multimedia enthusiasts.
Small and simple can sometimes be easier and better – Roland deliver a back to basics, though high quality digital recording and playback interface – The Duo Capture
Behringer are getting busy with a plethora of Pro DJ mixers being released at NAMM 2011. We take a quick glance at the high-end DJX900USB
It’s an affordable, portable and strong featured DJ software controller – but just how ‘Pro’ is the Numark Mixtrack Pro?
The Alesis Q25 USB/MIDI controller keyboard is portable, affordable and very capable in the MIDI and performance categories. How does it shape up in the already busy world of similar mini-models?