WNAMM09: DJing Accessible To Everyone

Tonium announce new Pacemaker      17/01/09

WNAMM09: DJing Accessible To Everyone


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Tonium have announced a new Pacemaker that they say will truly bring DJing to the masses and right into the hands of the next DJ generation. Here's the rest of what they have to say in their press release...
The Pacemaker DJ system is a musical sketchpad that fosters unprecedented creativity and expression. No other device will let you mix tracks on the train to work, mash up albums at a backyard barbeque or experiment with soundscapes on a secluded beach. Tonium's new Pacemaker is intended to further this concept by making DJing possible for everyone.
The new Pacemaker's user interface has been completely reworked. The result is a user-friendly, extremely intuitive interface that gives first-time users the ability to instantly DJ when they first take the device out of the box. In terms of features, Tonium's engineers have given the new Pacemaker auto beat match, allowing novice DJs to seamlessly blend tracks together by the click of a button, allowing anyone to learn how to mix in less than 2 minutes. This Pacemaker boasts a 60GB hard drive, capable of storing 15,000 songs.
"The concept behind the new Pacemaker centers around accessibility," said Ola Sars, Tonium's Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "Our company was founded on the belief that musical inspiration should be created by anyone and shared with everyone. With the new Pacemaker, the goal was to remove all barriers and let anyone interact and experiment with their music."
Tonium's new Pacemaker will be on shelves at major retailers across the country this spring. Once available, Tonium will release an announcement with detailed product specifications, ushering in the next step in the music interaction revolution.
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