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DJ Machine controller

Submitted by on July 27, 2009 – 9:45 pm 4 Comments

This controller is aimed directly at DJs and live-PA electronic artists. The DJ Machine system features seven 360° rotatable joysticks that are used to send control signals to modify loops, sounds and music in a “haptic and playful way.”

Every one of the joysticks can be set up to perform various sound effects, trigger sounds or modify effect parameters individually. Each also has a bright LED display which you can personalize with the name of the effect, some text, orthe name of your dog.

The unit is modular (multiple units may be combined) and transmits via bluetooth to a receiver, which does all the processing.

The DJ machine was designed by Christian Peetz and was created as an entry for the Dyson Awards, so it’s not available as a production unit yet, but it may see the light of day soon.


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