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Pioneer introduces a new finish for their RMX-1000: At the end of this month they will release a pearl white Remix Station.

Launched in June 2012, the original RMX-1000 is a three-in-one system comprising editing software, performance hardware, and a controller for the VST and AU plug-ins. The RMX-1000 range now features the addition of Pro Tools RTAS to the choice of compatible plug-ins.

 

 

DJs can manipulate the input sound, as well as produce new beats and sounds of their own, and trigger personalised samples. A Quantize feature is included.

 

Pioneer’s remixbox editing software allows DJs to customise the RMX-1000 to their own performance style and load it up with their own banks of samples. By saving their settings to an SD card, DJs can take their DJ rig with them.

 

RMX-1000 units can be used as USB controllers for the RMX-1000 VST, AU and RTAS plug-ins.

 

Pricing & Availability:

The white RMX-1000-W will be available from November 2012 at a SRP of 599 GBP/699 EUR, including VAT.

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