A bargain USB controller that's easy to use, compact, with a decent quality and feel. Comes with free software and features a crossfader, but could be more DJ friendly.
The Ecler Nuo-4 has a fifth MIDI channel and aux input for DJ software. It also has kill EQ and scratch friendly crossfader control.
Pioneer's DJS software has all the most popular features from their professional DJ hardware range so is familiar and easy to use.
Visiosinic's PCDJ Scratch made a modest attempt at adding scratch control to the popular DJ software. It can be a bit tricky to set up, but it's quite cheap.
This is the best value digital DJ package on the planet. The interface works as a Midi controller for other software too and there's a soundcard built in.
The DJ Console Mk2 is great value for money with software and a hardware controller. The interface has a soundcard and features MIDI control for use with other software.
The Behringer BCD2000 is the coolest DJ style MIDI controller there is. It has a built in soundcard, DJ mixer, and comes with some basic software too.
Stanton's new turntable should please DJs who are looking for an easy way to archive their vinyl collection with maximum sonic fidelity.
Focusrite update Liquid Mix plugins.
The moment has arrived for Ecler to raise the curtain and reveal their highly anticipated hybrid digital DJ mixer!