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Mojaxx Reviews Numark Mixstream Pro

Numark‘s Mixstream Pro all-in-one device is the first piece of non-Denon DJ hardware to support the embedded Engine OS operating system. Available for a substantially lower cost than other Engine-powered devices, has anything been lost in the transition?

Mojaxx brings us his full review in this week’s episode of Tips and Tricks. Watch above.

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First Look: Engine DJ 2.0 Update

Engine DJ 2.0 for the Denon DJ Prime Series has just dropped. It includes a whole new database, Ableton Link, Engine Lighting – AKA onboard SoundSwitch, and more!

Mojaxx takes a first look in this week’s episode of Tips and Tricks. Watch above.

Related Post: First Look: Serato DJ Pro 2.5.7 Update With Pioneer DJ CDJ-3000 Support

First Look: Serato DJ Pro 2.5.7 Update With Pioneer DJ CDJ-3000 Support

Pioneer DJ‘s latest flagship multi-player is now an official Serato accessory via the newest upgrade to Serato DJ Pro, Serato DJ Pro’s 2.5.7. Building on the legacy of the CDJ-2000NXS2, the CDJ-3000 features several powerful improvements, including an enhanced MPU, redesigned hardware components, and a 9-inch, high-resolution touch screen. However, complete control of Serato DJ Pro with the CDJ-3000 requires using HID mode, including Serato’s colored waveforms on the display.

“As clubs and festivals open worldwide, support for the CDJ-3000 has been a highly requested feature for Serato DJs.” says Chief Strategy Officer Nick Maclaren. “We’re pleased to bring this support in Serato DJ Pro 2.5.7, with the reliability and quality our professional DJs expect.”

Download Serato DJ Pro 2.5.7 by clicking here.

To use the CDJ-3000 with Serato DJ Pro, you need to ensure it uses the latest firmware version. You can download this from Pioneer DJ by clicking here.

Mojaxx takes a first look at the integration in this week’s episode of Tips and Tricks. Watch above.

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Volta Create: A Visual Revolution?

Volta Create is a new software platform designed to allow users to produce Mixed Reality visual content. This can be used for live streams, performance recordings, or club & festival visuals – and in the future, VR. As well as featuring 3D world templates, the free app can also make use of the depth cameras in recent iOS devices to place performers directly inside those virtual worlds.

Mojaxx shares his excitement about the new tech in this episode of Tips and Tricks. Watch his first look above.

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Reloop Stand Hub Review

Laptop stands for DJs are not generally the most exciting topic, but Reloop has shaken up the market with their latest offering – the Stand Hub. As well as providing a sturdy perch for your precious computer, it also offers a USB hub with the latest USB-C Power Delivery technology.

Watch Mojaxx‘s review above.

Related Post: Pioneer DJ VM-80 Studio Monitors Review

Pioneer DJ VM-80 Studio Monitors Review

Pioneer DJ expands upon their studio monitor offerings with the VM range, which brings a few new features to the table. In addition to offering a flat profile for mixing and production, they also have a club setting, designed to offer a real club-inspired sound to DJs mixing at home or in the studio.

Watch Mojaxx‘s review above.

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Reloop Ready Controller Review

Reloop’s Ready controller manages to squeeze an incredible amount of features into a truly tiny footprint, supporting both Serato & Algoriddim‘s software. Is this the ultimate controller for DJs on the move?

Watch Mojaxx‘s review above.

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KRK S10.4 Subwoofer Review

Following the huge success of KRK’s reimagined 4th generation ROKIT studio monitors, the company has released a series of active subwoofers designed to complement them perfectly. Mojaxx spent a few weeks with the ten-inch S10.4 sub and now brings us his full review.

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RANE Announces the SEVENTY A-TRAK SIGNATURE EDITION Mixer


(Source: RANE)

RANE has announced their latest piece of gear, the SEVENTY A-TRAK SIGNATURE EDITION mixer. The collaboration with the legendary turntablist A-Trak features a silver finish, rotary knobs, special sound curve, and a brand-new Fader FX feature that turns the volume faders into controls for four different effects and four tone generators.

Watch Mojaxx‘s review below and check out RANE’s website for more details.

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First Look: RCF ART 9 Series Speakers

Italian manufacturer RCF’s long-running line of ART active speakers sees a revamp for 2021 with the new ART 9 series. Sporting a new look, and a bunch of new technology under the hood, they promise to offer both serious volume and quality. Mojaxx takes a first look in this week’s episode of Tips and Tricks.

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