Aaaand we’re done. The weight lifts from our shoulders, and we can step out of Prime world. It’s certainly been an interesting ride. We experienced the giddy schoolgirl delight at opening many boxes of fresh shiny. Our eyes lit up at the multicoloured extravaganza that was the VL12’s lightshow. We revelled in the first few plays with raw USBs and watching the SC5000 Prime’s touch screen give us a pixel perfect display of our music. We were witnessing the future in our rural northern Worxlab.
While we’re all aware of the major players in the DJ software games, it seems that there are some that just slip under the radar. One such product is DJ Mixer Professional, the Windows and Mac app that has reached v3.6.9 and is now macOS High Sierra compatible, hence the need for this news item, and just because I think more people should be aware of everything that’s out there. That and the fact that they bombarded my inbox to get my attention. It worked. Costa Mesa, Calif., Jan. 15th, 2018.
Denon DJ is no stranger to making bloody amazing mixers. Sadly, despite being arguably better, they have always been the bridesmaid to the Pioneer DJM’s bride. Booth dominance is something that is hard to achieve and even harder to beat, so you either settle for second place, or you go balls out. In this scenario, SC5000 Prime is the balls out piece, with the X1800 coming along to offer support. At DJWORX, we review gear and write a lot of opinion.
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