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Pioneer releases the compact DDJ-WeGo Controller
For aspiring DJs, the Pioneer DDJ-WeGo Controller is worth checking out, and its small, convenient design makes it ideal for small venues and friends' houses.
Its "JOG FX" and "PULSE CONTROL" features allow you to control coloured lighting effects from the gear itself. You can give your music that visual edge and personalise the multi-coloured LED to suit your tastes.
Its prompting-light features hint to you on parameters, music loading, and even warns you if your lights are out-of-sync with your beats, so the visuals act as a helping hand as well.
The Pioneer DDJ-WeGo also comes bundled with Virtual DJ Limited Edition Software.
The Pioneer DDJ-WeGo Controller is available here from Gear4music.com in five different colours: black, violet, green, red and white.
Posted on 31 Aug 2012 16:21 to category : Instruments News
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