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  • 06/10/2011

Gear: Numark NS6 DJ Controller and Mixer

Combining the most sought-after features of its existing digital DJ controllers and mixers into one unit, Numark has aimed to build a comprehensive four-channel controller for DJs of all sorts with its newest product, the NS6 ($999). Read more » 

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  • 06/02/2011

Gear: Korg Kaoss Pad Quad

An offshoot of Korg’s popular Kaoss Pad line, the Quad ($299) allows for four simultaneous effects. Simply press an effect’s button to turn it on or off, and let your fingers dance on the XY touchpad to modulate it. Read more » 

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  • 05/27/2011

Gear: Watch XLR8R's iPad-DJing Tutorial With DJ Miguel and the iPad Party Dolls!



Clearly, there are some amazing things being done with the iPad's touch-screen technology right now, as it regards DJing and live performance—and everyone from Plastikman to Brian Eno is taking up the cause. But probably the best example we've seen of its use so far is in the above video, featuring DJ Miguel, so we've decided to present his instructional clip as our own definitive guide to DJing with the iPad. Read more » 

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  • 05/25/2011

Gear: Mackie Onyx Blackjack USB Audio Interface

If you are in the market for an affordable and portable audio interface, Mackie's new Onyx Blackjack (MSRP: $149.99) should be on your shortlist. The Blackjack is a 2x2 USB audio interface in a compact and rugged package. Read more » 

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  • 05/24/2011

Gear: Blue Microphones' Yeti Pro

A higher-end sibling to Blue's standard-issue Yeti, the USB Yeti Pro's (MSRP: $249) most significant bullet point is adding 24-bit recording to the equation. Read more » 

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  • 05/18/2011

Gear: Konkreet Labs Performer iPad Music Production Software

At its core, Konkreet Performer (MSRP: $24.99) is a "music control and performance instrument." It's designed around the iPad's multi-touch technology to provide a more hands-on, visual software experience, replacing the standard faders and knobs with touchable, freak-able abstract objects that intuitively control software instruments on your computer. Read more » 

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  • 05/12/2011

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