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NAMM 2014: Livid DS1 MIDI Mixer in Collaboration with Dubspot Revealed
The Livid Instruments DS1 MIDI Mixer Controller is a portable solution for mixing, production and performance, a result of the creative getting-together of Livid and the Dubspot electronic music and DJ school.
Dan Giove, founder of Dubspot said, "We could never find a single complementary controller on the market to meet our functionality and durability needs, so we decided to build one ourselves, with Livid Instruments as the perfect partner."
The DS1 is 'designed to get work done', with 9 high-quality, 60mm faders, 44 rotary knobs and 25 RGB buttons.
Durability comes in the form of the ultra-light hardware with a heavy-duty aluminium construction.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 28 Jan 2014 10:58 to category : Instruments News
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