Numark is introducing the Mixtrack Edge at Musikmesse 2013, beginning April 10th in Frankfurt, Germany.
Mixtrack Edge is a low-profile portable DJ controller. It offers an array of backlit controls on a brushed aluminum face, including sync, hot cue, loop, and two effects controls on each channel. An audio interface is built in for headphone cueing and PA system output. Slim metal platters control pitch bend, pitch fade, song selection, and cue mix.
Mixtrack Edge also features an integrated cover to protect the control surface.
“Mixtrack Edge incorporates capabilities and design elements that make it a perfect go-to controller for cocktail hours, minimalist setups, or to keep with you all the time to work on or use for pre-gig prep,” according to Numar Product Manager Chris Roman.
Mixtrack Edge is class-compliant with both Mac and PC and operates via standard MIDI, making it compatible with virtually any DJ software. It’s also USB-powered, so no power adapter is required.
The Mixtrack Edge will retail for approx $149 US; the product will be available later this summer.
3 thoughts on “Musikmesse 2013 Update: Numark Intros Mixtrack Edge”
same horrid design as that impc junk.
who buys this stuff?
iOS app maybe …? :S