Posted by Ryan Sherr in DJ Midi Controllers, DJ Software, PCDJ News
on Nov 5th, 2013 | 0 comments
November 5th, 2013 Clearwater Florida: PCDJ DEX 2.6.5 Update Released for MAC and Windows: Includes Performance Upgrades And 3 New Hercules DJ Controllers
PCDJ DEX 2 was just upgraded today to include new performance upgrades including improved Beat Sync (BPM Matching), media file tag support and an array of new video file formats. Three new DJ Controllers we're also added:
Hercules DJ Console 4Mx
Hercules DJ Control Air+
All DJ Controller features are supported, including Scratching, Looping, Key/Pitch Control, BPM Sync, playlist scrolling and loading and more.
You can download...
Posted by Ryan Sherr in DJ Midi Controllers, PCDJ News
on Aug 20th, 2013 | 0 comments
PCDJ DEX 2 now supports 55 DJ controllers from various DJ hardware manufacturers.
We’ve just released our new PCDJ DEX 2.6.3 and have upped our supported DJ controllers count to 55 DJ controllers from the top manufacturers in the business. Numark, Denon DJ, Pioneer, American Audio, Hercules, Vestax, Stanton, Zomo, Reloop, Novation, Behringer and more.
New DJ Controllers are released almost weekly it seems lately, and one lucky PCDJ employee’s full time job here at PCDJ to midi map, and test each controller thoroughly before we include support in a public...
Posted by Ryan Sherr in DJ Midi Controllers
on Sep 20th, 2012 | 0 comments
Where Did All These DJ Controllers Come From?
It's been over 10 years. Wow, I'm old.
The first DJ controller on the market ever, meaning sold commercially in stores as a true professional DJ software controller, was the Numark DMC-1.
This simple, yet very efficient and effective DJ controller at the time, was created by one of our PCDJ team members who oversaw production in China. I still remember the first prototype, with clunky hard plastic buttons and a chrome faceplate that drove you absolutely bonkers trying to keep free of finger smudges (which wasn't changed, but still remains iconic in...