As the use of digital DJing software and hardware becomes much more common, mixer manufacturers will increasingly add support for control and integration of these technologies into their products. |
|Th Xone 3D has a central mixing console and two outer MIDI control panels. These can be set up to control any MIDI compatible device.|
Companies such as Rane, Pioneer and Allen & Heath have all released hardware that incorporates control capabilities for computer-based systems. Rane’s TTM 57SL scratch mixer is unique in that it has both a dedicated multi-channel soundcard, and a control system for Serato’s ScratchLive system. Pioneer and Allen & Heath have gone for the more universal approach of adding MIDI functionality to their high-end mixers - the Allen & Heath mixer even comes with presets and coloured overlays for the most common DJ software.