The Rane MP2014 Rotary Mixer is just like the recently reviewed Rane MP2015 except it has two less channels and removes the submix section bringing the MP2014 down to only 10-inches wide (11-inches with the wood panels) which also brings down the cost to $1999. Rane has just released a new video that shows how to use the Session Input and Output. Check out the video below and stay tuned for our full review of the MP2014 as soon as it is released.
This new MP2014 has the same great components and sound quality as the original MP2015 and many DJ's don't need the full four channels of mixing power that is found on the bigger brother. The MP2014 mixer makes perfect sense for those who want to mix rotary style without going too overboard on the price. The MP2014 still has the dual USB ports for easy DJ changeovers and we can all assume that it will work with both Traktor and Serato as the original MP2015 can.