Hot on the heels of the release of TRAKTOR™ SCRATCH DUO 2, we introduce the DJM-T1 – the first TRAKTOR certified mixer designed specifically to natively control all of the software’s advanced new features.
The mixer will be showcased at Musikmesse in Frankfurt, 6th to 9th April, and will be available to buy from mid July, RRP €1,499.
The DJM-T1 is the complete solution: a hybrid mixer, a controller and audio interface in one unit. Included in the box is a copy of TRAKTOR SCRATCH DUO 2 software, along with the control CD and vinyl needed for DVS scratch control. All that’s left is to connect your CDJs or turntables to the mixer and the software does the rest.
– Layout perfectly mirrors TRAKTOR SCRATCH DUO 2
The DJM-T1 is not “just” a mixer; it boasts controller functions designed specifically for the included TRAKTOR SCRATCH DUO 2 software, so there is no need for an external controller. DJs get instant access to the 2 new Sample Decks, to create their own loops from live tracks, or remix and edit on the fly. Each Sample Deck gives the option of four loops or samples, for endless possibility.
Software functions such as browse, fast forward, play and rewind are also operated straight from the mixer. FX, loops, hot cues and sampling controls on the unit mirror the TRAKTOR 2 interface for intuitive operability.
– Scratch control using DJ player turntables
Fully TRAKTOR SCRATCH certified and equipped with a powerful USB soundcard, so DJs just need to use the included CONTROL CD or vinyl to start operating the software’s scratch functions through their CDJs or turntables. Professional performance is further enhanced by the built in booth monitor feature.
6 of TRAKTOR’s most popular and impressive tempo-synched DJ effects (Reverb, Delay, Flanger, Filter, Beatmasher, Gater) and 1 filter per deck complete the sonic weaponry, giving DJs all the tools they need to stand out from the crowd. Plus the LFO CONTROL signal output changes at beat-by-beat intervals for precision control.
– Internal USB soundcard let DJs easily record sets
The onboard USB soundcard eliminates the need for an external soundcard, so DJs can connect the mixer straight to a computer with a single USB cable. That means recording live or practice sets is a breeze, as the included audio interface enables output signal switching to suit the activity, whether that is DJing, recording or producing music.
– High quality design for clear, powerful sound
The DJM-T1 inherits all of the high sound quality design features expected from our industry leading DJM mixers. Analog and digital circuitry are separated, while analogue inputs are converted to digital over the shortest distance possible to reduce unwanted noise. The internal soundcard receives input from a PC as a digital signal, with no loss of sound quality. The 24-bit D/A converter ensures sound clarity for not only the master output, but the booth output too.
– Enhanced channel fader operability and durability
Our new channel faders are smoother and more durable than ever before, thanks to 2 metal shafts supporting the fader knobs. The fader is positioned to the side, minimizing damage from liquid or dust that can get inside. The DJM-T1 crossfader has an exclusive Pioneer magnetic construction that provides extreme durability, and can be used more than 10 million times, while Pioneer P-LOCK Fader Caps are impossible to pull off in the heat of a mix. The operational load, fader curve1 and cut lag2 can also be adjusted to your preference.
- Microphone and AUX terminals located on front of unit for ease of connection during performance.
- Multi-input selector for effortless switching between CD/PHONO/USB sources.
- Rubber knobs on ISOLATOR/EFFECT/LOOP give increased control.
- MIDI signal output for operation of external devices via the FADER/ISOLATOR.
- Built-in 3-band isolator type equalizer gives level control ranging from +6dB to -∞dB for HI/MID/LOW ranges individually.
- Automatically switches to standby if unit is not used, or there is no input, for a pre-set period of time
1Rate of volume balance change for the left and right players based on adjustment of the crossfader position.
2The dead zones on both sides of the fader where the volume does not change.