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MIDI Control Surface for DJ from Behringer

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Behringer introduces at NAMM 2012 its series of CMD controllers for DJ, including a control surface and six MIDI modules.

The CMD Studio 4A MIDI USB control surface lets you control 4 virtual turntables and includes a 4-channel audio interface, along with 24-bit converters.

 

As with most DJ controllers, the CMD Studio 4A includes two 6" jog wheels, 100mm pitch faders, 60mm volume faders and a complete mixer section with crossfader, 2 channel faders, a 3-band EQ with EQ kill, FX assign, cue and track load buttons

 

Complete mixer section with crossfader and 2 channel faders, 3-band EQ, EQ kill, FX assign, cue and track load buttons. The deck section includes key lock, pitch control, auto looping, 8 hot cues and control over 2 FX modules

The control surface is compatible with DJ controller software on Mac OS X et Windows. It can be complemented by extra CMD controllers :

  • CMD MM-1: 4-Channel Mixer-Based MIDI Module with Built-in 4-Port Powered USB Hub
  • CMD PL-1: Deck-Based MIDI Module with 4" Touch-Sensitive Platter, Deck Switching and Effects Control
  • CMD DVS-1: DVS-Based MIDI Module with Dual Effects, Deck Focus and Transport Control
  • CMD Micro: 2-Deck DJ MIDI Controller
  • CMD DC-1: Pad-Based MIDI Module with Effects and Navigation Control
  • CMD LC-1: Deck-Based MIDI Module with 4" Touch-Sensitive Platter, Deck Switching and Effects Control

No pricing or availability details at this point, but you can check out www.behringer.com/EN/Category/USB-MIDI-Controllers.aspx?s=O500.

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