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Musikmesse 2011 VIDEO: Novation Twitch DJ Controller
Novation talk Gear4music.com through their new Twitch DJ Controller for Serato Itch at Musikmesse 2011.
The plug-and-play, USB powered controller ships with Serato Itch, and has been jointly designed by Novation and Serato to provide features not found elsewhere in the DJ market.
The focus is on creativity, with 2 banks of 8 trigger pads, channel effects, pro cross-fader and ribbon-style LED-lit touchstrips that control all manner of features.
The four performance modes (Hot Cue, Slicer, Auto Loop and Loop Roll) allow remixing, re-sampling, step sequencing, glitching and more.
Twitch also functions as a standard MIDI controller for software such as Traktor and Ableton Live.Posted on 8 Apr 2011 11:25 to category : Instruments News
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