The mini controller is the perfect portable item with two small jog wheels, a crossfader, two volume knobs for each channel, four performance pads for hot cues and triggering samples, transport controls for play, pause and cue and pitch fader to control the tempo.
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Powered by either a USB or built-in batteries the DJControl Mix can work wirelessly with Bluetooth, or you can mix with the cable which includes a split signal for when you wish to use headphones.
The device also provides a smartphone stand so you can prop up your phone as a screen and easily see whilst you mix.
The ‘djay’ app supports music from SoundCloud Go, Beatport LINK, TIDAL and more. You can also source tracks from your smartphone’s internal storage.
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At £89 the DJControl Mix is available to pre-order at a range of sites and will officially be out from January 28, 2022.
To see more of the new product, watch the video below or visit their website.
Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter