Due for official release at the BPM Show in October, the Reloop Mixage DJ controller looks similar to Reloop’s Digital Jockey 2, which it will probably replace.
There should be two versions: one with and one without an audio interface (two channel). It should have many assignable Midi buttons including the four big deck control buttons.
The controller should ship with Traktor Duo software, but it's not clear yet whether this would be an LE version or full.
Pricing should be lower than the Digital Jockey 2.
More news coming up at the BPM show.
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