Rekordbox DJ Controllers

Pioneer's range of Rekordbox DJ Controllers offers a number of options to suit all abilities from beginners, with the DDJ-RB, right through to pro DJs - who'll feel at home using the DDJ-RZX.

Rekordbox DJ started life as the database management system for the CDJ-2000/900 range when the products were launched back in 2009. Since then there has been constant development, which culminated in the addition of the “DJ” performance features in 2015.

The “performance pack” is usually a £99 upgrade to the standard software and is included with all of Pioneer’s DDJ-R controllers including the £219.00 entry level DDJ-RB which makes the controller incredible value for money.

So what does Rekordbox offer over it’s competitors? It’s the lifeblood of the industry standard NXS2 kit, which is found throughout clubland and as such any analysis performed on your tracks, or cue points saved can be transferred, via USB storage devices, to pro kit. You really are using pro software when choosing Rekordbox DJ as your platform.

rekordbox dj's GUI perfectly matches the layout of your hardware no matter what player or device you are using. The FX, waveform, players, sampler and browser mirror your hardware exactly, and you can choose from a 2/4-deck with horizontal or vertical views. Hot Cues, Sample and other effects offer intuitive operation to match the same layout as the pad control section in your DDJ-R controller.

Take your entire rekordbox library and your DJ performance experience to almost any controller or CDJ. Or, use HID support to play from your laptop using a CDJ or XDJ set-up. rekordbox dj gives you access to more than music. Your entire set, complete with cues and tags, can be shared across platforms and devices while you unify managed music tracks with ease. Once you have rekordbox dj rolling, no doubt, the show will go on.

One unique feature that Rekordbox DJ Controllers have over the competition is the PC Master Out - this lets you hear your mix through your computer's speakers, while simultaneously using the controller for your headphones. This is incredibly handy for mixing without going to the effort of transporting your speakers with you.

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