Posts Tagged Native Instruments

iMaschine is out now for Apple products

Makes me wish i owned an iPhone or iPad!

Check it out!

http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/products/producer/imaschine/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=iMASCHINE+In-Store+EN&utm_source=newsletter

 

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$1600 Pioneer mixer for Traktor

Pioneer builds some quality gear, but yikes, this is just a standalone mixer.

Full review here:
http://www.djtechtools.com/2011/07/13/pioneer-djm-t1-traktor-certified-mixer-reviewed/

 

and video preview from Pioneer

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Qbert’s Breakfast Of Champions

Qbert scratching on digital software? Wait, i think i just saw a pig fly past my window.

It doesn’t really sound like the real deal on vinyl, but not too shabby Native Instruments!

YouTube – Qbert’s Breakfast Of Champions.

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YouTube – Tim Exile and Native Instruments present “The Mouth”

i think this is how all of today’s top 40 music is made.  regardless, i might wanna get my hands on this, so i can quit my day job and join the corporate record label slave trade.

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Digital turntablism just keeps getting better

Vinyl purists will not like this, but i think it’s a step forward in using modern technology to manipulate sound in a way that has been done for decades (using vinyl records and samplers to mash up a track).

So here is a demo done by DMC champion DJ Shiftee using Native Instrument’s current line-up of toys that make you think twice about holding on to those crates of vinyl.  All you techno geeks like me, check out the 2nd video of how its exactly setup and done. (drool)

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World’s smallest external USB DJ interface

audio2dj

Portable DJ-ing is getting smaller and more portable (along with everything else these days), so Native Instruments released this week the smallest USB hardware interface for all you mobile DJs out there.

The Audio 2 DJ is about the size of your blackberry phone, but packs a professional punch. It contains high-end audio converters and high-gain ¼” stereo outputs, and is compatible with most DJ software. The $119 price point makes this a piece of hardware to have.

(If you haven’t got a clue about how DJ setups are put together, stay tuned for one of my tutorial write-ups on how to get a basic setup going)

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