PreSonus announce new budget studio subwoofer, the Sub8

Affordable new Eris subwoofer promises to help you mix crucial low frequencies.


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Ditch the crossfader with Pioneer’s new DJM-V10-LF

The new version of the V10 features longer faders with a custom response curve.


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Pioneer’s new DDJ-FLX6 unlocks new ways of playing DJ sets

The mid-range model sits in between the DDJ-400 and DDJ-800.


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Turn it up to 11: Pioneer unveil new DJM-S11 mixer

Scratch DJs will welcome the successor to the DJM-S9.

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Pioneer DDJ-200 vs CDJ-3000

Anything you can do, I can do better? YouTuber Carlo Atendido puts the new flagship CDJ up against the baby of Pioneer’s controller range.

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Pioneer unveil next-generation CDJ-3000

The new top-of-the-range model supersedes the CDJ-2000NXS2.


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Pioneer tease CDJ updates: is this the new NXS3?

Pioneer promise “a new dimension” but it’s not clear exactly what the next generation CDJs will look like.

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Exploring effects options with the new Pioneer DJM-V10

Top DJs explain how they get creative with effects on the brand’s flagship mixer.

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New entry-level DJ headphones on the way from Pioneer

The HDJ-CUE1s are customisable with a range of coloured ear pads and cables.

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Denon add Virtual DJ support for Prime controllers and players

The brand’s hardware is now tightly integrated with the hugely popular DJ software.


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Rane update Seventy-Two mixer and Twelve controller

Some features from the MKII versions will also be available as firmware upgrades for existing owners.


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Distant Dancefloors: watch Pioneer’s new documentary

The DJ brand’s new film traces the stories of DJs during the pandemic.


As the world continues to grapple with the unprecedented impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Pioneer DJ have turned their attention to the impact on the live music scene.

Distant Dancefloors: Covid-19 and the Electronic Music Industry tells the story of the last six months, with gigs and festivals cancelled, public gatherings prohibited in many countries and DJs forced to improvise via live streams and virtual events.

DJs including Blond:ish, Eats Everything, Honey Dijon, Luciano, Rebuke and more contribute to the film, offering a glimpse into how their lives have changed during lockdown and discussing how they think the industry will recover and evolve once the pandemic is over.

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The London hip-hop pioneer tells the story of “the UK’s first homegrown black music culture”.

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Pioneer DJ host The Speaker’s Corner at J2v

Panel discussions and films from Junction 2’s virtual festival include ruminations on the roots of techno and long-term change in the music industry.


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Hints and tips from DJs including Alan Fitzpatrick, Amelie Lens, Carl Cox, Eats Everything, Honey Dijon, Jamie Jones and Kölsch.


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Apple set to switch from Intel chips to their own processors. What does it mean for DJs and producers?

Macs will start using the same in-house silicon as iPads and iPhones from later this year. The move could benefit musicians.


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Algoriddim’s Djay Pro app now lets you isolate vocals and drums in real time

The latest update introduces Neural Mix AI, allowing you to adjust levels of different elements of a track.

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Exclusive Love Record Stores 2020 releases announced

June 20th sees the online event take place, with exclusive vinyl releases, live DJ sets and virtual online ‘instores’.

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Hercules announce new DJControl Inpulse 500 controller

The two-deck unit is aimed at aspiring DJs just making the step up to playing out.


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Don Letts features in the latest release of Bass Culture podcasts

The legendary DJ and filmmaker explores his own experiences of growing up in London surrounded by Jamaican music.

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