Mr McGregor Is Stoked About The MixMeister Control DJ System

Product specialist Eric McGregor is stoked about MixMeister Control – a DJ controller designed in partnership with Numark specifically for users of MixMeister Fusion and Studio.

The MixMiester Control isn’t a brand new product (here’s our initial report on the MixMeister Control) but Numark just released this video for it.

MixMeister Control contains 94 pre-mapped hardware controls laid out in identical fashion to the software it controls. No configuration or setup is needed, and the single-cable USB connection carries both control data and power from DJs’ Mac or PCs to MixMeister Control.

MixMeister Control retails for about $200.

If you’ve used the MixMeister Control DJ controller, leave a comment and let us know if you’re stoked about it, too.

via NumarkVideo

4 thoughts on “Mr McGregor Is Stoked About The MixMeister Control DJ System

  1. So – to recap – the product specialist for Mixmeister is stoked about the new product from Mixmeister?

    That’s good. If someone has to be stoked it should be the product specialist.

    Wait – scratch that – it’s probably better if it’s their customer base. 🙂

  2. Mixmesiter (stupid name) is a pretty good DJ program. But its not really for DJs. Its for people who wish they had the time to learn how to beat-match or mix stuff in key. I do not know how to do any of that. So I like the software.

    I use the software all the time at partys. No controller needed since the software does a very good job of mixing tracks on its own. Unlike say a itunes play-list that can make a mess of song transitions.

    I do not know why someone would need a controller honestly. You drag a song in the time line and your done.

  3. Nobs and buttons mean that you can adjust several at the same time (which is impossible with a mouse) and with much more ease. Hence why this really helps if you're going to DJ with it. Adjusting things on a controller is just easier, you can adjust 2 bass at the same time, put 3 tracks playing via s1,2,3,4 controls etc.

  4. Nobs and buttons mean that you can adjust several at the same time (which is impossible with a mouse) and with much more ease. Hence why this really helps if you're going to DJ with it. Adjusting things on a controller is just easier, you can adjust 2 bass at the same time, put 3 tracks playing via s1,2,3,4 controls etc.

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