Electrix Tweaker Now Available

The Electrix Tweaker is a new performance controller for Ableton Live users and Traktor users.

The Tweaker includes a 32-button grid, velocity sensitive pads, push encoders with LED rings, in a 2 channel DJ mixer style interface, with bright multi color LED feedback.

Here’s a preview of the Electrix Tweaker in action:


  • 2 Channel DJ mixer style interface
  • 32 Button grid with multicolor LED feedback
  • 8 Backlit velocity sensitive pads with aftertouch
  • 6 Push encoders with LED rings
  • Intuitive navigation controls with 5-way selector and large push encoder
  • USB bus powered
  • MIDI In and Out ports
  • Removable height extension legs
  • Plug and play on Mac and PC
  • Dimensions: 11″ x 10.5″ x 1.75″ (279mm x 267mm x 44.5mm)

The Tweaker is USB Class Compliant in both Mac OS and Windows, and does not require any MIDI drivers for either platform. An additional set MIDI I/O ports are provided to connect other devices.

The Tweaker is available via the Electrix site for $399.99.

via Livid

6 thoughts on “Electrix Tweaker Now Available

  1. I know it shouldn’t bug me because it’s basically today’s standard…
    But when he mentioned how it should be used when using auto sync because you don’t want to waste time pitching, I died a little bit… I personally feel that being able to manually pitch a track into sync with another is a big part of being an actual f**king DJ…

    If you require the sync button, you’re taking a lot of the skill out of dj’ing and essentially just pushing a bunch of damn effects buttons…

    1. You could quite easily map a pot or silder to pitch. Second, I think you’ve massively mischaracterized just how hard beat matching is. Third, this is a device aimed at a different type of performing – those looking more to do more cue point and sample laiden performances. And forth, YAWN at you.

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