Vestax Intros New Spin DJ Controller

Will Be Sold Exclusively At Apple Stores      09/11/09

Buying Choices

Vestax is aiming for the mass market with it's latest introduction, the Vestax Spin DJ USB MIDI Controller.

The Vestax Spin is an all-in-one package designed to let users DJ from within iTunes. It will be sold exclusively at Apple Stores.

Features:

  • Blend your voice into the mix through the integrated microphone input (microphone included)
  • Seamless iTunes integration through djay software, allowing easy to mix, beat match, loops to effects for creating your perfect mix tape
  • Simple plug-and-play setup
  • Touch sensor jog wheel platters give high resolution to experience an analog feel when scratching and mixing
  • Multi-channel audio system for high quality monitoring, master output and separate microphone input
  • A compact and light DJ All-in-one system
  • Seamless iTunes integration
  • Easy-to-use drag and drop interface
  • Automix and automatic tempo
  • Beat detection, beat-matched looping and BPM-sync
  • Auto-gain
  • Sampler and visual cue points
  • Live Microphone with pitch and echo effect
  • Audio effects such as speed change, reverse, time-stretching, pitch-shifting and more
  • Record mixes for podcasts, photo slide shows and mix tapes
  • Export history of played songs as iTunes playlist or PDF
  • Cover artwork on virtual vinyl
  • Support for all major audio formats such as MP3, AAC, WAV, AIFF, Audio-CD and songs purchased from the iTunes Music Store

Pricing and Availability

Vestax Spin is currently being offered in the US and Canada and retails for US $249.

James Lewin
Twitter @podcasting_news

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