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A raft of new kit from Denon DJ...

Denon DJ has officially announced a potential game changer with the announcement of four new DJ products: the Denon DJ SC5000 Prime Media Player, Engine...

Welcoming the SC5000 media player, Engine Prime music management system, X1800 mixer and the VL12 turntable...

Denon DJ launched their new range of products earlier this year, with Tiësto changing his tech rider earlier this week, specifying the SC500 Media player and...

Loopmasters add extra prizes to our joint competition

If you got the November issue of DJmag (and if not, why not?), you’ll know we’re running a competition with sample pack gurus Loopmasters to...

Steinberg’s WaveLab 7 sets tongues wagging in the studio world

Steinberg first released WaveLab in 1995, and since then it has been at the forefront of audio editing and mastering software. It has been a...

Pioneer’s new Rekord Box software delivers the goods...

Rekord Box is Pioneer’s digital answer to the vinyl cases that DJs used to lug around. In the fabulous old days of records, there would...

Apple's new M1 chip has promised a lot with some eyebrow-raising early performance reviews. But how does it fare for the DJ / producer? DJ...

Last year, Apple announced they were phasing out Intel chips in their computers, in favour of their own M1 processing chips, which the tech giant...

plugin subscriptions

As subscription models have begun to make their way into our DAWs, we look at the three different models for using plugins — outright ownership, continual rent, and rent-to-own. Here, Declan McGlynn asks: are subscription models better for producers? And are we heading towards an even heavier onslaught of abundance over efficiency? 

Subscriptions are everywhere, whether we like them or not. In fact, a report ominously titled The End of Ownership in 2020 said that 78% of...

We show you how to stream your DJ sets – with high quality audio – using your phone and computer 

While live streaming DJs is nothing new – we've been doing it since 2013 — as the world goes on lockdown more and more DJs...

Self-releasing your music in 2022: which distributor is right for you?

When starting out in the industry, musicians and producers have what can often seem like an insurmountable number of new skills to learn outside of making music. With seemingly countless distributors offering widely varying features and products, choosing how to get your music on streaming services can be confusing. This guide seeks to demystify one of the most confusing aspects of releasing music

Digital distribution is the process of releasing your music to various digital streaming platforms (DSPs) and services. In the past, distributors would take care of...

Streaming has come to dominate the music industry, but when it comes to actually earning money from plays, the electronic music community has been somewhat...

Streaming is everywhere. Earlier this year, Spotify announced that it has 217 million users, more than 100 million of which are paid subscribers. They’re followed...

With a new album for Ninja just out, we attempt to unravel the idiosyncrasies of the man behind the music...

To describe Andy Carthy as a one-off is probably to understate the situation. He designs all his own album covers and artwork. He's launched his...