Pioneer Digital DDJ-SB DJ Mixer Controller

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Founded in 1938 in Tokyo, Japan; one man Matsumoto had a passion for music that he wished to inspire others through flawless quality audio speakers. Over 70 years has passed since then, and Pioneer has become one of the most sought-after, multiple award-winning and prestiguous brands known to the musical, electronic and sound industry. With state of the art factories spanning all across the globe, Pioneer employees work tirelessly to capture the “next big thing”, which will aid an endless list of users for years to come. With an undying passion for their customers, Pioneer have succeeded in creating an unbeatable entertainment experience for both users and listeners. Ready to sync perfectly alongside the bundled Serato DJ Intro software, the DDJ-SB digital controller allows an immediate, direct access to software loops, hot cues, samples and FX that the software beholds. New to this entry level DJ mixer-controller is an industry’s first Filter Fade, which helps aspiring DJs to create flawless mixes by adding a high pass filter to the crossfader, enabling smoothing transitions. Then the DJ has one hand spare to remix tracks using the performance controls, including eight pads, manual high/low pass filters and low-latency jog wheels. Compact, lightweight and USB controlled, the DDJ-SB links directly to your computer or laptop and suits studio mixing, as well as mixing on the go. With the software included, the DDJ-SB’s controls becomes second nature with the mirroring of screen to controller; letting aspiring DJs climb up the ropes and all the way to advanced techniques such as scratching and recording. To really get a feel of our selection of Pioneer products, our showroom is displaying these for your testing to really showcase what they’re made of: so come down to the Electromarket store and get a taste of their exceptional performance.

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