Pioneer Releases New DDJ-WeGO3 DJ Controllers
Doing great DJ sets has never been so fun and easy! The new Pioneer DDJ-WeGO3 is perfect for beginners, but packed with great features. It also has a very intuitive layout, and easy access to your Spotify and iTunes tracks to help you creating great sets using your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Available in black or white.
Aspiring DJs have unlimited musical choice with the DDJ-WeGO3: the tactile DJ console that lets them mix their favourite Spotify and iTunes tracks held on their iPhone/iPod touch/iPad, or with music on their PC/Mac. Plus, the portable DDJ-WeGO3 charges the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad while it plays, giving DJs one less thing to worry about.
The DDJ-WeGO3 liberates DJs from the touch screen to give an authentic mixing capability.
Like its predecessors, the DDJ-WeGO3 is designed with beginners in mind – delivering an intuitive layout and Pulse Control lights to guide them through the performance. Plus the DDJWeGO3 is packed with advanced features from Pioneer’s pro-DJ products, including Beat Sync, loops and dedicated buttons for the software’s sound effects and samples.
- Tactile control of DJ software running on iPhone/iPod touch/iPad or PC/Mac: DJs can connect the DDJ-WeGO3 to an iPhone/iPod touch/iPad running Algoriddim’s djay 2 app to mix tracks from their Spotify or iTunes accounts. Or they can connect to a PC/Mac and use Virtual DJ 8 Limited Edition software or another software package of their choice
- Intuitive layout and Pulse Control lights: The DDJ-WeGO3’s buttons and dials are arranged around the jog wheels for easy access, while the Pulse Control lights add a visual element to DJing: Launch Pulse moves from the Load button to the jog wheel when a track has loaded, and with FX Pulse light patterns show which effects and filters are engaged.
- Multiple power options and charges the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad while it plays: As well as mains power, the DDJ-WeGO3 can be powered via a USB connection to a PC/Mac or a USB battery pack, for ultimate portability. Plus, when connected to mains power, it charges the DJ’s mobile device while it plays – eliminating concerns about how much battery power is left.