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DJ Mag Tech managed to catch a few minutes with this in-demand Frenchman to talk all things, well, technology...

Julian Jeweil is having it large; the talented Frenchman holds the heady accolade of being Beatport’s No.1 best-selling techno artist of 2015 as well as...

Keep the votes coming in for the ludicrously innovative new Tech awards, bringing game show style excitement to BPM

The best thing happening at the BPM show this year is without doubt our new look Tech Awards. Get online now and make your voice...

The Tech Awards is a very serious business - our judging panel consisted of DJs, VJs and producers. They spent hour after hour testing out...

A handpicked crew of DJs, VJs and producers made up our panel of judges for this year's Tech Awards, and they were really enthusiastic.

They...

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With this year welcoming the introduction of Pioneer’s CDJ200s, DJ technology continues to grow at an exponential rate.  So we’re especially excited about all the...

DJs delight as Akai announce a revamp to their APC range consisting of three spanking new controllers

Akai is a name that is nothing short of legendary in the dance music scene, with a pedigree that stretches back to well before the...

Pure logic

Logitech’s new headphones are out to stamp their mark on the dance music scene…

A super-budget DJ controller

When it comes to DJ controllers, the big boys' toys tend to get the most attention. Anyone new to the scene could be forgiven for thinking that to get a decent hardware controller with enough features to make it a professional piece of equipment, a seriously large amount of cash is going to have to be paid in order to take it home.

ESI have impressed the production community with their built quality.

ESI have impressed the production community with their German-designed, Taiwanese-built quality for some time now, and their latest offering is a rather sneaky audio solution...

Numark's new iDJ Pro controller lets iPad DJs take control of the DJ booths

DJs come in all shapes and sizes and operate on all levels with varying degrees of capability. This is reflected in the wealth of equipment that is available to buy in order for DJs to do their thing. Unlike days of old, where Technics were the de rigeur kit of any professional DJ's set-up, DJs now don't have to be using the big boys' top of the range offerings to get the total pro experience.

We've made this little video to reveal what the judges verdicts were on the best kit in 2007.

It's been another great year for new developments in DJ technology. DJmag's annual Tech Awards honour the companies and products that keep our technology world...

We catch a few minutes with Cobblestone Jazz...

Cobblestone Jazz are one of those prolific groups who've secured a place right in the pounding heart of the creative techno industry. Their '23 Seconds'...

Don’t leave home without them, a DJ's most essential tool.

V-Moda Crossfade M100


£249
Hype
Stylish design with new 3D ear-cup shields, good build quality and good sound.
Gripe
Unlike DJs, producers are unlikely to...

Some of the best studio software for making those killer tunes, which one will win outright?

 

Steinberg Cubase Pro 8

£369
Hype
A fantastic set of new features, improvements to the workflow and interface that make Cubase even easier to...

Turtle power!

There's something slightly otherworldly about the Outdoor Tech wireless speakers. Portable and robust, they can be used indoors or out and come with a nice...