A new slimmed down two-channel version of the MC6000 controller and interface is set to hit stores.
Limited details have emerged surrounding a new DJ MIDI controller from Denon.
As you should be able to tell from the below video, the MC3000 has been designed to operate with Native Instrument's Traktor DJ software. Features-wise this new offering looks to be very much in keeping with Denon's MC6000 (Native Instrument's S4 being a comparable unit) only in a pared down, two channel version. What's sure to be included (according to Juno Plus) is a pair of 105mm touch-sensitive jog wheels and two 100mm pitch sliders, along with navigation keys and a rotary encoder for browsing files, and a total of eight hot cue buttons. Details on price and availability are yet to be announced.