[NAMM] Monster GO-DJ standalone controller
Monster is attending NAMM where they are showcasing its Go-DJ standalone controller, a small device that can operate without any computer.
The Monster Go-DJ is a two-channel controller equipped with two touch screens and a central control section. The fully portable unit includes a rechargeable battery for 12 hours of use.
You’ll store the music on the internal 2GB memory or SD card and a recording feature allows for capturing the sound from the built-in mic input. A headphone out is also available as well as a USB port so that you can transfer files between the Go-DJ and a computer.
- 2 virtual platters on the touch screens with scratch function
- Sample pads: 8 one shot, 8 drone, included samples and ability to load your own files
- Step sequencer: 4 beats, 4 adjustable presets, 18 instruments, BPM controller
- Master effects: phaser, flanger, delay, filter, roll and bit crusher
- 3-band EQ
- Master and channel volumes, cue, play/pause, loop and tempo, scratch, pitch bend, cue point, etc.
- 9 loop controls
- Tempo adjustment on +/- 10%
- Auto sync
- Built-in audio interface
- Internal flash memory and SD card slot
- WAV and MP3 formats supported
- Internal recorder
- 1/8” mic and line inputs
- 1/8” headphone and line outputs
- Dimensions: 250 x 66 x 16,8mm
- Weight: 286g
The Go-DJ is available for $499. More info at www.monstergodj.com.
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