The new four-channel controller comes with over 200 assignable parameters.
Vestax have used this past weekend's BPM show in Birmingham to announce details of a new controller, the VCI-400.
Building upon the legacy of the highly influential VCI-100, the VCI-400 has been designed to function with any DJ software that has a MIDI learn function and comes bundled with Serato DJ Intro and Virtual DJ LE 4 Decks. The VCI's front panel has over 200 assignable—and largely unlabelled—knobs, faders and buttons, as Vestax look to provide as blank a canvas as possible for user customisation. (Overlays are included to write your own functions directly on to front panel.) MIDI maps for a range of DJ software have also been bundled. The included audio interface is of the 24-bit/48 kHz resolution variety. Details of price and availability are yet to be determined. The below video outlines a few of the VCI-400's key features.