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Gear4music To Host FREE Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S5 Preview
The event will start at 7pm and offers guests the chance to have an up-close look at Native Instruments’ latest compact DJ controller as well as witnessing in-store performances by Native Instruments-trained staff from Gear4music and an artist yet to be confirmed.
Those in attendance will also have a first-hand insight from NI headquartered in Berlin via a live stream with S5 Product Owner Ingo Gansera along with a live performance by Traktor expert Eric Goldstein. Any questions you may have for Ingo or Eric will be answered afterwards.
The S5 is a new Stems-ready four channel DJ controller and boasts dual full colour displays, 16 colour-coded pads for triggering samples and a built-in interface in a compact format. The controller also has more than 30 built-in effects, touch sensitive controls and real time monitoring by wave visuals. Spaces are limited but please confirm your attendance by clicking here.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 11 Sep 2015 16:30 to category : Instruments News
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