Music Gear News
Native Instruments Reveal The Traktor Kontrol S5
The new Stems-ready four channel DJ controller is the latest offering from Native Instruments, one of the leading manufacturers of DJ hardware, and offers dual full colour displays, 16 colour-coded pads for triggering samples and a built-in interface in a compact format.
The S5 also has more than 30 built-in effects, touch sensitive controls and real time monitoring by wave visuals.
Here users can display bpm, time scales and track info to help the user be as creative as possible whilst focusing attention in one place – These features are the key differences between this controller and its S4 sibling.
Key features, which helped the Traktor-range become innovative, like the remix decks controls and Traktor Pro 2 software are still staple features in the S5.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 10 Sep 2015 15:31 to category : Instruments News
Related Music News
Built to complement the modern percussive musician, the SPD::ONE range exhibits complete versatility and adaptability in the face of live performance.
TC Helicon launch VoiceLive 3 Extreme vocal and guitar FX unit at Musikmesse 2015.
TC Electronic expand the Ditto Looper lineup with the Ditto Stereo Looper.
TC-Helicon have launched the Switch-6, a footswitch with, yep, 6 switches.
A special edition version of the popular TC Electronic Ditto Looper pedal has been announced.
The Play Acoustic is the first ever combined vocal and electro-acoustic guitar processer.
Recent Music News
Building upon the success of the acclaimed Hall of Fame Reverb Pedal, the second instalment from TC Electronic sees a much more refined and modern rendition.
Novation's Circuit Groovebox is now more expressive than ever, with new firmware granting players exciting new updates to enhance their playing experience
Complete with integrated Wi-fi capabilities the Ui24R Recording and Mixing System can operate almost anywhere with unprecedented control and access.
Following CITES agreement last year, Fender has announced that their Elite guitar and bass range will be subject to strict regulation and substitution of woods.
A reinterpretation of its predecessor, the Moog Subsequent 37 CV Analog Synth builds upon a cumulative effort between Moog and the very people who play them.
With the advent of various new files formats and the cancelling of several licensing programs, the MP3 is speculated to soon become a thing of the past.