Pioneer's DDJ-WeGO is described as an easy-to-use DJ console.
VirtualDJ LE is included so the controller can be used out of the box, and WeGO customers will also be eligible for a free upgrade to VirtualDJ 8 LE upon release. The WeGO will be compatible with a variety of DJ software packages including Algoriddim’s djay.
To get started, plug the WeGo into a laptop and start up the software. The console’s Pulse Control lights guide beginners through their performances by showing when beats are matched, which effects have been activated, and which decks are in use.
Once beginners have gained confidence, there’s a range of advanced features inherited from Pioneer’s professional products – such as Beat Sync, sound effects and loops. The WeGO also has the capacity for four-deck mixing.
There are five colours to choose from. The console’s jog wheel lights can be customized for a more personalised set-up. The portable console can be carried in an ordinary rucksack.
Pricing & Availability:
The DDJ-WeGO will be available from October 2012 at an SRP of 249 GBP/299 EUR, including VAT.
Check out Pioneer for more details.
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