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NAMM 2014: Reloop Terminal Mix 8 [Video]

Reloop has just announced their new four-deck flagship controller called the Terminal Mix 8 at this year's NAMM show. The Terminal Mix 8 looks to have much of the same DNA as the successful Terminal Mix 4, while adding 16 Multi-color back-lit Velocity Sensitive Performance Pads for functions within Serato DJ such as hot cues, loops, samples, and slicer. The pads can also be divided into two parts so the user can use the top row of pads for one function such as loops while the bottom row of pads can control another function such as hot cues.
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Reloop has just announced their new four-deck flagship controller called the Terminal Mix 8 at this year's NAMM show. The Terminal Mix 8 looks to have much of the same DNA as the successful

Terminal Mix 4

, while adding 16 Multi-color back-lit Velocity Sensitive Performance Pads for functions within Serato DJ such as hot cues, loops, samples, and slicer. The pads can also be divided into two parts so the user can use the top row of pads for one function such as loops while the bottom row of pads can control another function such as hot cues.

Reloop Terminal Mix 8 Serato DJ Controller

The Terminal Mix 8 will come bundled with the FULL version of Serato DJ 1.6 and is available at retailers right now for around $600. Check out the full press release and Reloop website link below for more information.

Reloop Terminal Mix 8 Website

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Reloop Terminal Mix 4 Controller Unboxing/First Impressions Video

Reloop has been bringing some nice quality DJ gear out of their hats for the past few years on the DJ scene. Their gear has gotten better and better with each hardware iteration and this time we expect no different from the new Terminal Mix series of Reloop DJ controllers that are being introduced to the United states on June 15th via the US distributor Mixware.net... My good friend's over at Mixware.net sent us an early Terminal Mix 4 Digital DJ controller review unit so we can give you the full-in-depth-HD-Video reviews that you are all so used to. It will be released the same day as the controller is released in the US but you can check out the teaser unboxing and first impressions video for now to see a quick rundown provided by yours truly.

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Reloop Terminal Mix 2 Unboxing & First Impressions Video

A few weeks ago, we reviewed the new Reloop Terminal Mix 4 and found that it was a very solid controller with some of the best jog wheels we've ever used. Now, Reloop has released it's little brother and two-channel edition of the same controller for those who don't necessarily need four decks of control. The Reloop Terminal Mix 2 has that same metal build quality and full-size jog wheels as the TM4, but it's more compact and a bit simpler with less controls. The HD-Video review will be released shortly, but watch my unboxing/first impressions video to see it up close and personal.