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Pioneer announces today the RMX-1000 Remix Station.


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The RMX-1000 incorporates four remixing functions: Isolate FX, Scene FX, X-Pad FX and Release FX. The device includes Pioneer’s remixbox editing software to enable users to customize the functions and features of the unit. The system can also act as a USB controller when used with the included VST/AU RMX-1000 Plug-in software.

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Four sections of the device are arranged with knobs and buttons that control multiple effect parameters.

 

In the Scene FX section, users can choose between five Build Up effects and five Break Down effects. The Build Up effects, consisting of BPF ECHO, ECHO, NOISE, SPIRAL UP and REVERB UP, add sounds, while Break Down effects, consisting of HPF ECHO, LPF ECHO, CRUSH ECHO, SPIRAL DOWN and REVERB DOWN, cut sounds. A large knob increases or decreases the parameter of effects chosen by turning the knob. Two sub-parameters knobs are also available for additional changes to the effects being produced.

 

The Isolate FX section, consisting of three individual knobs, processes the low, mid and high frequency bands of the music passing through. The section is loaded with three effects in addition to an Isolator, providing rhythm patterns, timbre, etc., letting users modify the output for theHI/MID/LOWfrequency bands. In addition to the Isolator, three additional effects in the section are available including CUT/ADD, TRANS/ROLL and GATE/DRIVE.

 

The device features a touchpad section called the X-PAD FX that enables users to develop and add new sounds not found in the original music. In addition to its four built-in audio samples, KICK, SNARE, CLAP and HI HAT, other audio samples edited in Pioneer’s remixbox software can be loaded using an SD card (not included) during DJ play.

 

The system also includes a Release FX lever that eliminates the current music playing and leaves only the sound effects. Release FX can also be used to create the opposite effect: When the lever is released, all section effects are eliminated while the original music continues to play. Three types of Release FX are available including Vinyl Brake, Echo, and Back Spin. The included remixboxsoftware allows the user to customize various settings of the RMX-1000 on a computer, changing parameters such as volume output and values for different sections of the device. The customized settings can then be transferred using an SD card for use with other RMX-1000s.

 

Using the included RMX-1000 Plugin VST/AU1 plug-in software, users can create the same type of music production and effects while DJing on a computer. In addition, connecting the device to a computer enables it to act as a controller for music production.

 

Pricing & Availability:

The RMX-1000 will be available in June with a suggested retail price of $999.

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