Korg unleash groundbreaking new technology that looks set to change the way DJs create and perform music with their computers. They combine Midi control, audio interface and hardware mixing and effects into one unit.
NI release a new virtual vinyl system called Traktor Scratch, which has a fancy new interface which is also available independantly.
Stanton announce a price drop for FinalScratch 2 in Feb/March, along with a new concept which bring the ScratchAmp to the masses at a discount too.
We expect the DJmag offices will be innundated with more and more controllers this year, but the M-Audio offering looks set to leave a lasting impression.
Allen & Heath take the club install market by storm with the new 19" five-channel Xone:S2.
The Tech Awards is a very serious business - our judging panel consisted of DJs, VJs and producers. They spent hour after hour testing out 75 products at London club The End and we filmed the lot!
Tommy Four Seven is this month's pick for deck stardom. Listen to his sweet electro house mix here, and read an interview with the young gun.
In part one of DJmag.com's exclusive video, Ralph Lawson shares his Xone:3D tips and tricks with us!
Techno pioneer Richie Hawtin has revealed he's seeking touch-screen technology to control software program Ableton Live for DJing purposes.
T Scan Awards, pics and perfect products. Find out what was the best DJ Technology of 2004...