Pioneer announces DDJ-WeGO two-channel DJ controller, provides entry-level jams
Remember that fancy-looking DDJ-AERO we saw from Pioneer recently? Well if that was a bit too “buttony,” or perhaps just too expensive for your beginner DJ pockets, how about that which you see above? Announced today, this is the DDJ-WeGO an (or is that another) all-in-one DJ controller — squarely aimed at the cheaper end of the market. With a suggested retail price of $399, it’s Pioneer’s cheapest controller to date, and comes bundled with Virtual DJ LE software. For your money, you get two platters and a mini-mixer, FX buttons, a choice of five colors (white, black, red, green or the pictured violet), as well as some built-in LED effects that help you learn to mix (the lights get brighter as the pitch of the two songs gets closer, etc.). On a more practical level, the unit is compact, USB-powered, and has a built-in audio-interface (no extra sound card required for headphone monitoring). You can get your spin on from next month, at the aforementioned quad-benjamin price-point, or tease yourself with the PR past the break.
Pubblicato il 30/08/2012, in Music&Software con tag Audio, audio interface, AudioInterface, controller, ddj-wego, digital dj, DigitalDj, DJ, dj controller, DjController, MIX, mixer, mixing, music, pioneer, pioneer ddj-wego, PioneerDdj-wego, sound, sound card, SoundCard, usb, virtual dj, VirtualDj. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.