Portablism

Jesse Dean Designs JDDX2R-SP Fader for Reloop SPIN Reviewed

Jesse Dean Designs has released a fader specifically designed for the Reloop SPIN portable turntable. The JDDX2R-SP is a contactless fader with a variety of customization options.

Watch Mojaxx‘s review of the JDDX2R-SP above.

Related Post: Review: Reloop SPIN Portable Turntable

Review: Reloop SPIN Portable Turntable

Back in June, Reloop announced their entry into the portablism market with the SPIN portable turntable. The SPIN is packed with features including USB recording capability, Bluetooth, a built-in speaker, and more.

Mojaxx takes a closer look at the Reloop SPIN on this week’s episode of Tips and Tricks. Watch above.

Related Post: Raiden RPM-100 Portable Mixer Review

Raiden RPM-100 Portable Mixer Review

Raiden

Raiden is known for making crossfaders for portable turntables. However, the company has introduced a portable mixer, the RPM-100. Mojaxx takes a look at it on this week’s Tips and Tricks.

Related: DJ Tech’s Handy Kutz Portablism Mixer Reviewed

Mojaxx Reviews TableBeats 3.0 Scratch Looper App

TableBeats

Turntablist practice app TableBeats has released version 3.0 of their scratch looper program. The free iOS app includes over 3,000 loops from hundreds of producers, with new content added regularly. Features of TableBeats 3.0 include pitch adjustment, shuffle mode, and more.

On this episode of DJcityTV’s Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx talks about why he thinks the TableBeats app is the biggest bargain in turntablism.

Related: DJ Tech’s Handy Kutz Portablism Mixer Reviewed

DJ Tech’s Handy Kutz Portablism Mixer Reviewed

DJ Tech Handy Kutz

DJ Tech’s Handy Kutz isn’t a traditional DJ mixer; it’s a tool for turntablists with portablists in mind.

A two-channel device, the Handy Kutz is equipped with a mini Innofader Pro and internal battery for true on-the-go use.

Watch Mojaxx‘s review above.

Related: Upgrade Your Portable Turntable With the 1.2.4-C Pulse Fader

The Best Places to Buy Scratch Records

Fresh Press

Over the past year, Battle Avenue director Antriks has explored some of the best places for turntablists to find vinyl. On this episode of DJcityTV’s Fresh Press, he shares some of his favorite record shops that cater to scratch DJs.

When shopping for scratch records, Antriks prefers to buy from independent global retailers, local shops, or directly from the record label. Listed below are some of his favorites.

Independent Global Retailers

Record Labels:

Local Shops:

Watch the episode above.

Related: Antriks Reviews DJ Woody’s Scratch Record, ‘Scratch Sounds No. 1’

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