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MIDI Control Surface for DJ from Reloop .

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Reloop introduces a new drum pad-based controller for the Serato DJ/DVS users, called Neon.

The Reloop Neon is a USB MIDI controller designed to control the SP6 samples in Serato DJ and the DVS feature. It features 8 pressure-sensitive RGB backlit drum pads with aftertouch to trigger loops, cues, samples and effects. Each pad is also completed with LED indicators for status and mode information.

The Reloop Neon allows for accessing 8 Power Modes for each of the four decks in Serato DJ: Sampler, Pad FX (with access to 6 iZotope effects), Slicer, Looped Slicer, Cue, Flip, Hit Loop and Manual Loop, as well as the new Flip mode that will be available this month in Serato DJ 1.7 (via in-app purchase) to record and playback remixes or sequences on the fly.

Neon also features two endless push encoders for track navigation, a volume control and loop editing knobs. Last, it is possible to link two Reloop Neon via the Smart Link feature introduced on the RP-8000. Note that Neon is USB-powered.

Price: 129€

You’ll find all the details about Reloop Neon at www.reloop.com.

 

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