Pioneer DJ’s new controller has touch strips and even more pads

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Pioneer DJ has unveiled its new DDJ-XP1 controller, meant for enhancing DJ performances.

Along with the new hardware, it’s also announced a new version of Rekordbox, its music management and DJ performance app.

Pioneer gear is largely considered a standard in clubs and at festivals for DJs, and this controller, while not as expansive as others on the market, helps close the loop on Pioneer / Rekordbox performances with turntables, multi-players, and other devices.At first look, the DDJ-XP1 controller appears to be a beefed-up version of Pioneer’s previous add-on controller, the DDJ-SP1.

This is a more dynamic interface, though; with 32 pads and touch strips that replace FX knobs, the DDJ-XP1 is more for improvisation and reinventing……

 
 
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