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Guetta party started

The latest entry-level decks from Pioneer and Native Instruments go into digital DJ battle. Which one Westwood you choose?

Pioneer DDJ-400

What’s the story?

Pioneer kit costing thousands is industry standard at most music venues. The DDJ-400 is a stripped-back bedroom controller modelled on the same layout that works with smartphones, tablets or laptops, and is even powered by them. It’s a two-channel mixer with twin decks for loading digital tracks and comes bundled with Pioneer’s Rekordbox DJ software. The DDJ-400 also features in-built tutorials for mastering the basics.

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