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Pioneer DDJ-T1 Performance Video

The new Pioneer all-in-one Traktor MIDI controller is now available for purchase at your local Pro Audio store of choice. Our (local) store of choice is the Brooklyn, NY based Pro Audio Star company where you can always find helpful staff and service from the DJ's themselves. A few short weeks ago, they had DJ Ayres roll over to Public Assembly in Brooklyn for a nice 4-minute performance on the Pioneer DDJ-T1 and their cameras were there to catch all the action. Video Inside.
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The new Pioneer all-in-one Traktor MIDI controller is now available for purchase at your local Pro Audio store of choice. Our (local) store of choice is the Brooklyn, NY based Pro Audio Star company where you can always find helpful staff and service from the DJ's themselves. A few short weeks ago, they had DJ Ayres roll over to Public Assembly in Brooklyn for a nice 4-minute performance on the Pioneer DDJ-T1 and their cameras were there to catch all the action. We will be sure to get the Pioneer DDJ-T1 and Pioneer DDJ-S1 (Serato Version) on hand for complete reviews and videos. For now, check the video below for some cool mixing ideas and features! Put it down for NYC!!!

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