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NAMM 2020 | Pioneer DJ's DJM-V10 6-Channel Club Mixer
NAMM 2020 | The Pioneer DJ DJM-V10 6-Channel Club Mixer is all about high sound quality, the ability to truly craft your sound, and the most in-depth yet simple effects capabilities.
Pioneer DJ has just launched the new Pioneer DJM-V10 6-channel club mixer for The NAMM Show. Six-channels! You'll be able to connect everything from CDJs, turntables, samples, synths, and drum machines all into Pioneer DJ's powerhouse mixer so you'll be able to get extra creative with crafting your DJ and live performance sets.
Craft new soundscapes from multiple sound sources while performing live and take advantage of the specially developed 4-band EQ for moulding it all together. If you want to manipulate all six channels of audio quickly, you can do just that with the master isolator.
There's also a new filter with dedicated knob for each channel. This lets you drastically change the sound of your tracks. You can switch on high or low pass with a press of a button, turn the knob as you please and hear your tracks morph. The high and low pass are separated, meaning the entire range of the knob is dedicated to the option you choose, giving you twice the resolution to play with compared to the DJM-900NXs's filter.
You can also route audio to one of four built-in FX and up to two pieces of external equipment giving you unlimited creative options. Connect in your FX unit or guitar pedal, route the audio back to the original channel or even mix it straight into the master output. Or if you want to you can also return it to a separate channel and tweak further with the filter.
The built-in compressor can be added to each channel, meaning you can play your unmastered tracks, or even raw, classic recordings along with modern tracks. Simply turn the knob and the loudness of the audio from your selected channel will be boosted to match your other tracks.
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