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Pioneer Pro DJ DDJ-WeGO3-K DJ Controller
- Intuitive Layout - buttons and dials are arranged around the backlit jog wheels for easy access
- The Pulse Control lights add a visual element to DJing, showing when a track has loaded, as well as which effects and filters are engaged
- Comact, easy-to-carry weighing just over 2 lbs. and small enough to fit in a backpack, the DDJ WeGo3 is perfectly portable
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Mash-Up MadnessFor starters, you can leave those crates of vinyl at home and mix tracks from your Spotify or iTunes account directly from your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad running Algoriddim s djay 2 app. Or if you prefer, use the included Virtual DJ Limited Edition software to connect up to a PC or Mac. And just so you won t be locked into any one single software package, the DDJ-WeGO3 is fully compatible with other third-party software packages such as djay 2 for iPad/iPhone, djay for Mac, vjay for iPad, Serato DJ Intro, and TRAKTORPRO 2.Sound OffThe DDJ-WeGo3 lets you connect directly to amplifiers and PA systems thanks to its integrated 24 bit/48 kHz sound card, so it s one less thing you have to buy - and one less thing you have to hook up - and one less thing to have worry about. Sweet.Feel The Pulse The Pulse Control lights add a visual element to DJing: they show you when a track has loaded, as well as which effects and filters are engaged. Get On The BusWith its paltry 4 pound frame, this controller is meant to travel and will fit perfectly in your backpack so you can take the party wherever the party takes you. And since it s also USB bus powered, you don t have to worry about bringing along an external power supply either. Just yet another thing not to buy hook up and worry about. And as an extra added bonus, it charges compatible iOS devices2 with the included Lightning cable. Sweeter.The DDJ-WeGO3 supports multiple DJ software for increased versatility: Virtual DJ Limited Edition (Free download, license included)djay for Mac (Free download, license included)Serato DJ Intro (Free download, no license required)TRAKTOR PRO 2 (Available for purchase)djay2 for iPad and iPhone (Available for purchase on the App Store)vjay for iPad and iPhone (Available for purchase on the App Store)Features:Ultra compact and affordable DJ controllerWorks with multiple DJ software including Virtual DJ, Serato DJ Intro, and djay 2 for iOS devicesCharges iPad or iPhoneJog FX and Pu
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Another problem may be related to the device or
Maybe the software. If I've hit the devices sync button and it's not perfectly locked on, I'll move the fader but the fader doesn't actually effect the software fader until the device fader is moved into the position of the softwares fader.
Another problem: when using headphones, if I start fading into the next song from deck 1 to 2, I'll usually want to set my headphones to the "Master" output to hear how the fade in sounds. And sometimes I'll want to cut the fader back to deck 1 only again. Sometimes I like to fade in slowly but cut the new song out at certain measures. When I do this, the mixer automatically changes my headphones to hear ONLY deck 1 and I need to once again manually hit the master button so I can hear the headphones. Is this a software issue?
Last issue: there is no real manual or tutorial anywhere in regards to setting this thing up. There's a bit on Serato but I've never been able to get it to work with the brief info the give. And there is NO info on setting it up with DJPro which I use. So all of these above problems could be software related but I have no way of knowing and no way of fixing it.
THE GOOD: Those cheap plastic faders are actually SUPER BUTTERY SMOOTH. More so than any real mixer I've owned - a couple Stantons and Gemini's. The speed sliders are just as smooth which feels almost TOO fast compared to the Tech 12 sliders I'm used to.
I like the sampling features built in even if I don't use many. I love the rubber indent to hold iPads and iPhones. Works and feels great.
I started with one of these, the wego2, but after noticing a buzzing sound with the LEDs flashing...buttons coming off...I looked for something different...a professional music producer/DJ friend introduced me to Pioneers Rekordbox software / hardware...I tried out the basic entry level professional controller, about $250...the DDJ RB (RB for Rekordbox, not to be confused with the DDJ SB, which is the same board basically but is made for Serato software, Serato full version costs $130 alone), with Pioneers in house made software, Rekordbox DJ, full version licence key included with the DDJ RB...means you get full software and hardware for $250 (or less...I paid less)...AND you can go and try out Rekordbox software for free...right now...download Rekordbox DJ and you get 30 day trial...So, IMO don't waste your time with this toy. The DDJ RB is easy to use and fun...way better to use then the wego...