Review: iDJ Pro by Numark

The DJ world is fast embracing iPad, and many of the large DJ companies and developers are following suite. G. W. Childs puts Numark's iDJ Pro through its paces with an iPad and djay by Algorriddim.  

There's no doubt that there are a lot of DJ tools out there, at this point in time. Not only are there several different forms of software for computers and portable devices, but there are many, many hardware devices that seek to take the place of the classic configuration with a couple of turntables and a DJ mixer. 

Replacing the classic configuration has not been an easy task for manufacturers trying to bring new technology into a school that prides itself on nostalgia. 

Numark, one of the classic names in DJ hardware, has recently released the iDJ Pro, a new device that seeks to bring the classic DJ setup to a whole new level as a controller for the popular app, djay, by Algoriddim.

How did they do? Let's take a look.

Pulling it Out of the Box

First off, the build quality is excellent. The buttons, pots and faders feel nice and firmly embedded in the sleek, black matte finish over aluminum. Far from the flimsy, '

Sound Designer, Musician, Author... G.W. Childs has worn many hats. Beginning in the U.S. Army back in 1991, at the age of 18, G.W. began learning electronics, communications and then ultimately audio and video editing from the Department of Defense. Upon leaving the military G.W. went on to work for many exciting companies like Lu... Read More


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