2-kanalni DJ kontroler za Rekordbox DJ
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The new DDJ-400 makes a lot of the similar design decisions as the DDJ-1000 (which in turn was largely inspired by NXS2 club kit), so there’s familiar beat FX with a large on/off blue button, filters, CDJ-style looping, and so on.
Make no mistake, this new gear from Pioneer DJ is expressly designed to be the controller that you recommend to everyone who “wants to try out DJing but doesn’t know what to start with”. Unless you’re using a DDJ-RR/SB3 or similar basic controller right now, you’re unlikely to upgrade to this kit. You might purchase it as a solid backup or a portable controller for gigs that you don’t want to bring a ton of gear to.
At the same time, Pioneer DJ is also announcing a new update to Rekordbox DJ with features specifically designed to go well with this launch. The big points here are:
Track Suggestions: Rekordbox DJ’s “Related Tracks” has gotten an upgrade:
“This feature ranks every track in your rekordbox library according to how well it matches with the one
you’re currently playing, helping you choose tracks that will fit well in your set. The track displayed at the
top of the track list is the most relevant one to play next. Quickly scroll through your music, making
maximum use of your collection. There are three sorting modes:
|24 bit/44.1 kHz|
|20 - 20000 Hz|
|< 0.005 % (USB)|
|High & Low Pass filter|
|16slot x 4bank|
Crossfader Curve Adjust
|1 MIC (1/4 inch TS Jack)|
|1 USB B port|