Numark Mixtrack II USB DJ Controller with Trigger Pads
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- Digital DJ controller with low-profile touch-sensitive control wheels
- 16 rubber drum pads for triggering samples, cue points, loops and more
- Dedicated FX and EQ controls for fine-tuning your mix
- Includes Virtual DJ LE and is compatible with any digital DJ platform that supports general MIDI
- Includes Numark Remix Toolkit download ($200 value)
- 16 backlit rubber drum pads with Loop Mode, Sample Mode, and Hot Cue Mode
- Touch-activated illuminated platters for precise scratching and control
- 16 dedicated effects controls to add and manipulate flanger, phaser, echo, and more
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From the manufacturer
- 6 Sample Packs
- Over 380 Samples
- Works with any DJ software
- Free Download with purchase
Start mixing today with a cutting-edge DJ system
From Numark, the world’s leading creator of DJ technology, comes Mixtrack II—now with a streamlined design and an expanded layout of professional controls, including 16 backlit multifunction drum pads and illuminated touch-activated platters. Get your hands on Mixtrack II’s extensive layout of DJ controls, which includes automatic beat sync, hot cues, and looping. Add effects like flanger, phaser, and echo, and experience your music like never before.
Virtual DJ LE Included
Start mixing right away with the included Virtual DJ LE software. You can create professional sounding mixes at home or for performing live at parties, functions, and clubs.
Get precise control over every track and every transition with Mixtrack II’s advanced low-profile platters. Both give you the ability to scratch or stop a track simply by touching the top of the platter.
Lean, Mean, and Ready To Hit
Create loops, launch samples, and control hot cues with the 16 backlit rubber drum pads. Instantly switch between Loop Mode, Sample Mode, and Hot Cue Mode with intuitive onboard controls.
USB-powered; no power adapter required.
16 backlit rubber drum pads with Loop Mode, Sample Mode, and Hot Cue Mode.
Touch-activated illuminated platters for precise scratching and control.
Virtual DJ LE audio/video/karaoke software included.
Standard MIDI for use with most popular DJ software.
Complete mixer section with a crossfader, 3-band EQ, and music library navigation controls.
16 dedicated effects controls to add and manipulate flanger, phaser, echo, and more.
Easy to use onboard Pitch and Sync controls for seamless and easy mixing.
- Mixtrack II
- USB Cable
- Software CD
- User Guide
- Safety & Warranty Manual
From Numark, the world’s leading creator of DJ technology, comes Mixtrack II—now with a streamlined design and an expanded layout of professional controls, including 16 backlit multifunction drum pads and illuminated touch-activated platters. Connect to your computer and start DJing today; Mixtrack II comes with Virtual DJ LE software so you can start mixing right away. Get your hands on Mixtrack II’s extensive layout of DJ controls, which includes automatic beat sync, hot cues, and looping. Add effects like flanger, phaser, and echo, and experience your music like never before. - See more at: http://www.numark.com/product/mixtrack-ii#sthash.LofGo2c6.dpuf
Top Customer Reviews
EDIT: I have played at a local nightclub a few times now and I ended up getting a Native Instruments Traktor Audio 2 soundcard to ensure the sound quality is up to par. With the cheapo usb soundcard I had before I was having some latency/skipping/clipping issues that the new card has fixed. Given that the Native Instruments card ran me $100 I wish I had gone with the Mixtrack 2 PRO initially so I'd have the sound capabilities built in as well as the microphone input for the same cost. Oh well, I'm still glad I got this controller because without it I never would have started playing in public.
I like that this is small enough to hold in my lap, yet big enough that I don't feel cramped. The jog wheels work great. The touch sensitivity is pretty cool for scratching, though I don't do that much. The trigger pads are plenty usable but not velocity sensitive so buy an Akai controller if you want to do finger drumming. The knobs and faders do the job just fine. If I was planning to DJ professionally I would invest in a higher quality controller, but honestly I would not feel embarrassed using this for the occasional paid gig. The selling point of this controller is the low price. This is the perfect way to get more serious about DJing without breaking the bank. If you have been mixing using your mouse and keyboard, I highly recommend picking up the Mixtrack II. It makes a world of difference to have physical knobs, buttons and jog wheels. You can listen to mixes I recorded with this controller at www.mixcloud.com/aurbytal
I ended up sending it back the next day and Amazon is in the process of shipping me another unit. The return/replace process is pretty fast/easy. Hopefully I will be successful with the next unit. 4/18/2014
Ok, I received the replacement yesterday and it works great. The reason why I couldn't use the first unit is because you have to load the CD for the mixtrack to function, even if the drivers are loaded successfully to your PC. As far as Virtual DJ is concerned it only works with the LE version or the Pro version. That's why it didn't work with my Virtual DJ Broadcaster version. Not sure about Serato or traktor as I have never used/seen either one of them before. It's very user friendly and I adapted to the Loop/cue/sample features almost immediately. I'm a veteran to sratching on technic 1200 turntables, so the scratching is going to take getting use too. I would recommend this to anyone looking to have some fun mixing "live" as the LE version does not have the record option for separating the tracks. You can record but it will be 1 big mix. But while you're in your 20 day trail version of the Pro version you can record/burn your mixes. You will need an external soundcard to use headphones for previewing. I got mine from Amazon for about $3 when I got the Numark DJ2Go unit and it works great. The only difference between this unit and the Mixtrack II Pro is that the Pro has the output and headphone slots, but the same intro version of the mixing software. And honestly its not worth the extra $100 "to me", because I just connect my line out from the PC to the amp and call it a day. 4/25/2014
You have to judge for yourself with this one. Keep in mind its only $149. It seems that some expect and $800-$900 perfomance for $149.
It is very similar to the same dual Technics turn tables we used to have and the software makes it come to live when successfully loaded in to your laptop or pc... I gave this unit a 5-Star for its overall setup and easy to use functions, just like the higher end Midi mixers available at triple the cost!
(Another satisfied customer)
I did add an additional USB sound card for cueing and I have done several shows with it so far and I have zero complaints..
PS: the big difference between this and the PRO is the addition of integrated sound devices and Virtual DJ vs. Soratu DJ..