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    Numark is going to be showing off their goods this year at the 2014 NAMM and i wish i could go. Its not in my area or budget.

    in their booth (located at booth 6700 Hall #A) theyll have

    NS7II
    4-Channel DJ Performance Controller

    7” motorized turntables with 3600 ticks of resolution
    4-channel mixer and 24-bit audio interface built in
    16 backlit velocity-sensitive MPC® pads from Akai Professional
    Capacitive touch-sensitive filter, gain, EQ, and effects knobs
    Comprehensive Loop, Sample, Slicer, and Hot Cue controls
    Dedicated iZotope® effects controls
    Strip SearchTM virtual needle-drop technology
    Curve-adjustable CP-Pro crossfader
    Rugged all-metal construction with integrated laptop stand mount (sold separately)
    Includes Serato® DJ software


    Mixtrack Quad
    4-Channel DJ Controller With Audio I/O

    4 channels of software control with built-in audio interface
    Touch-activated illuminated platters with customizable LED color coding
    16 backlit RGB rubberized trigger pads with Loop, Sample, & Hot Cue Modes
    Complete mixer section with crossfader, 3-band EQ, and music library navigation controls
    16 dedicated effects controls to add and manipulate flanger, phaser, echo, and more
    4-deck Virtual DJ® LE software included
    Numark Remix Toolkit included; one-shots, loops, transitions & more
    Remix Toolkit content includes six 64-sample packs from Prime Loops

    Mixtrack Edge (which im not too keen on)
    Slimline DJ Controller with Audio Outputs

    Just 14mm thin and USB-powered, no power adapter required
    Low-profile controls and flip-style cover designed for go-anywhere use
    Metal platters for precise cueing, pitch +/-, scratching, menu scrolling & more
    Built-in audio interface for headphone cueing and PA system output
    Sync, hot cue, loop controls, and 2 effects controls per channel
    Class-compliant with both Mac and PC, no driver required
    Virtual DJ® LE software included
    Serato® DJ Intro software included
    Numark Remix Toolkit included; one-shots, loops, transitions & more
    Remix Toolkit content includes six 64-sample packs from Prime Loops

    Mixtrack Pro II
    2-Channel DJ Controller With Audio I/O

    Capacitive, dual-zone touch-activated platters
    16 backlit rubberized trigger pads with Loop, Sample, & Hot Cue Modes
    Complete mixer section with song library navigation, crossfader and 3-band EQ
    Stereo RCA and dual headphone outs; mic input with gain control
    16 dedicated effects controls; 8 per deck
    USB-powered and class-compliant; no driver required
    Serato® DJ Intro software included
    Numark Remix Toolkit included; one-shots, loops, transitions & more
    Remix Toolkit content includes six 64-sample packs from Prime Loops

    Mixtrack II
    2-Channel DJ Controller

    Orbit
    Wireless Handheld MIDI DJ Controller

    and some other goodies they need to clear the dust off of.

    Lets see how it goes

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    Nothing new from Numark then?
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    do they really need to release anything? the NS7 mk11 is only a couple of months old and numark have all bases covered in their controller ecosystem. and really they "in music" did release a couple of things with the trigger finger and the mpk225/249/261

    Why did the elephant get lost... Cause the Jungle is MASSIVE!

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    ya know in their press release on this i really thought they would have mentioned the trigger finger but its just not noted.
    Oddly enough on that one eh?

    well yes, nothing "new" per-say but do they really need to?
    Honestly i think they have been doing a good job on releases in short periods of time between each one for the past couple years.

    Even though i have NOTHING by them in my studio, i would still like to have them as a sponsor

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