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Mojaxx Reviews Glorious Modular Mix Station

In this episode of Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx takes a look at the Modular Mix Station from German manufacturer Glorious. This deck stand is perfect for those who want to go beyond a simple IKEA hack but don’t want to spend a small fortune on custom joinery.

Watch Mo’s review above.

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Mojaxx Reviews PLAYdifferently MODEL 1.4 Mixer

A few years after the release of the MODEL 1, techno legend Richie Hawtin and the PLAYdifferently team are back with the MODEL 1.4. Like its predecessor, the MODEL 1.4 was engineered by Andy Rigby-Jones, the mastermind behind Allen & Heath’s XONE series.

The 100% analogue build features two high-performance phono preamps, studio-grade 60mm faders, and more. The Mixer Link feature, as the name implies, allows for multiple mixers to be connected.

The MODEL 1.4 is available now at a suggested price of $2,299. Check it out here and watch Mojaxx‘s review above.

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Pioneer DJ Announces DJM-S7 Mixer


(Source: Pioneer DJ)

Pioneer DJ has announced their latest two-channel battle mixer, the DJM-S7. The unit is geared toward open-format DJs, allowing a range of customization options to tailor the mixer to each individual’s performance style. It also comes in at a more affordable price point than Pioneer DJ’s other two-channel mixers.

The DJM-S7 has the 16 large performance pads (eight per channel) and Magvel fader their battle mixers are known for. Each channel’s pad modes are independent, meaning, for example, deck one’s pads can be set to trigger hot cues while deck two is set to the sample bank.

The effects section includes all 22 Beat FX from the DJM-S11, and the mixer also has Bluetooth connectivity for additional audio routing. Other features borrowed from the DJM-S11 (when used with Serato DJ Pro) are Scratch Bank, Gate Cue, and the aforementioned Combo Pad mode.

Loop MIDI, a new feature exclusive to the DJM-S7, allows DJs to use the effect levers to send MIDI messages to Serato DJ Pro and rekordbox, as a way to control performance features rhythmically.

Pioneer DJ’s DJM-S7 is available now at a suggested retail price of $1399 USD. Watch Mojaxx’s first look below.

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RANE Announces Its First All-in-One Controller, the ONE


RANE ONE. (Source: Serato)

RANE has officially entered the controller market with the release of the ONE. Similar to the design of the TWELVE, the ONE aims to satisfy the needs of turntablists while providing the convenience of a portable, all-in-one piece of tech.

The ONE features motorized platters with 7.2-inch removable acrylic disks. The mixer section features an adjustable crossfader, allowing scratchers to fine-tune their experience. Each deck has eight RGB pads and includes the Scratch Bank feature recently added to Serato DJ Pro, which allows users to easily load scratch samples or full tracks to either deck.

In related news, Serato has announced their latest update, Serato DJ Pro 2.4.4. This update provides support for the RANE ONE and will be available on their website at 12 PM PST.

Watch Mojaxx’s full review of the RANE ONE controller below.

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Omnitronic TRM-402 Review: Rotary Mixing On A Budget?

In this episode of Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx reviews the most affordable four-channel rotary mixer on the market: the Omnitronic TRM-402. This mixer sets out to prove that you may not really need to spend $1000+ to have some knob-twiddling fun.

Watch Mo’s review above.

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Mojaxx’s ‘Tips and Tricks’ 2020 Wrap-up

In a special episode of Tips and TricksMojaxx reviews the tech highlights and trends in the DJ world over the past year.

His roundup includes RANE’s SEVENTY-TWO Mixer, Pioneer’s CDJ-3000 media player, the debut of the Beatsource LINK music streaming service for DJs, and much more.

Watch Mojaxx’s 2020 wrap-up above.

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