Online Dance magazine Juno Plus has just recently published a cool new Buyers Guide to help DJ's sort through the madness of DJ controllers. There's so many DJ Controllers out there today that it can be hard to determine exactly what a particular DJ wants. Many people often ask me with the BEST DJ controller is, but there is really no answer to this question. There is only a such thing as the Perfect controller for a particular DJ. So, in other words, the best DJ controller, is the one that works best for the user's needs. The buyers guide is a quick-glance-table style comparison chart that covers all of the main components and options of DJ controllers. If it doesn't give you the exact DJ controller for you, at least you will be able to narrow down your list by seeing exactly which controllers have the features DJ's can't live without. Check out the free link and info to the buyers guide below.
AMS+DJbooth.net Native Instruments Buyer's Guide
There is a plethora of DJ and Production equipment and software options out on the market for music-makers to choose from. One company that stands out from the competition and provides users with solutions for both the DJ and the Music Producer is Native Instruments. There are lots of different hardware/software options to choose from under the NI banner, so DJbooth.net has recently teamed up with American Musical Supply (AMS) to bring you a Native Instruments Buyers Guide which breaks down the basic features of each piece and what it could be used for.