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Pioneer DDJ-WeGO4-K DJ Controller £99 @ GUITARGUITAR
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Pioneer DDJ-WeGO4-K DJ Controller £99 @ GUITARGUITAR

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Posted 23rd Dec 2019

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  • Take your first steps in the world of DJ-ing with the compact DDJ-WeGO4.
  • Learn to mix seamlessly with tactile controls and jog wheels for scratching.
  • And use the sampler, Hot Cues and Pad FX inherited from professional hardware to bring more creativity to your sets.
  • Just plug in your laptop, tablet or smartphone and start to play.
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Technics 1210 Mk2s or go home mate.
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Great Price but these are over priced to begin with. No professional DJ could use this equipment regularly but might be good as a back up.
Dj.CUE23/12/2019 18:08

Great Price but these are over priced to begin with. No professional DJ …Great Price but these are over priced to begin with. No professional DJ could use this equipment regularly but might be good as a back up.


Yes but they're intended for beginners and hobbyists, at an entry level price. They're not aimed at the pro market at all
Absolute bargain! These are great fun for quick parties when you can’t carry a large controller . Extremely compact size!
anyone reccomend a good dj set up to practice on?
wakkaday23/12/2019 18:15

anyone reccomend a good dj set up to practice on?


Probably a DDJ-SB3
Technics 1210 Mk2s or go home mate.
wakkaday23/12/2019 18:15

anyone reccomend a good dj set up to practice on?


I would do your research on the software before making a decision as to what controller you want.

I speak from my own experience.

I bought a pioneer ddj400 earlier in the year. I had used pioneer equipment before and the unit is fairly decent. Rekordbox, the bundled software was hideous in my opinion. I ended up downloading a map for traktor and using that instead but now not all the features on the controller work.

I, personally, would of been better off with a unit bundled with traktor in hindsight.
Edited by: "FoulPlay" 23rd Dec 2019
wakkaday23/12/2019 18:15

anyone reccomend a good dj set up to practice on?


1210's and learn beat matching propley. Shame many DiscJockys will never learn this skill. I went all digital a few years back after reluctantly buying CDJ-1000 mk3's then to laptop and controller. But hate the fact I can mix without headphones no skill needed anymore.
wakkaday23/12/2019 18:15

anyone reccomend a good dj set up to practice on?


Depends on if you are planning on becoming a pro. A Pioneer DDJ-200 is a good beginner controller.
I use a Denon PRIME4 at home which although is expensive it is a professional piece of equipment.
The DDJ-WeGO range is ultra portable so good if you plan on going round friends to party.
Edited by: "Dj.CUE" 23rd Dec 2019
My 1210s are under the bed. They just aren't convenient anymore sadly
FoulPlay23/12/2019 18:47

My 1210s are under the bed. They just aren't convenient anymore sadly


Same here... mine are in the loft...

I’m half tempted to get something like this for the MacBook, then it’s just some fun and the convenience is great.
Can you record your mixes with these and are you able to add effects or remix/add samples etc.?
FoulPlay23/12/2019 18:37

I would do your research on the software before making a decision as to …I would do your research on the software before making a decision as to what controller you want.I speak from my own experience.I bought a pioneer ddj400 earlier in the year. I had used pioneer equipment before and the unit is fairly decent. Rekordbox, the bundled software was hideous in my opinion. I ended up downloading a map for traktor and using that instead but now not all the features on the controller work.I, personally, would of been better off with a unit bundled with traktor in hindsight.


You can use Serato with most Pioneer controllers.
Unavailable unless i’m missing something?
jedijacobs23/12/2019 18:55

Same here... mine are in the loft...I’m half tempted to get something like …Same here... mine are in the loft...I’m half tempted to get something like this for the MacBook, then it’s just some fun and the convenience is great.Can you record your mixes with these and are you able to add effects or remix/add samples etc.?



FoulPlay23/12/2019 18:47

My 1210s are under the bed. They just aren't convenient anymore sadly



You know you can sell 1210s for pretty much what you paid for them.
Dj.CUE23/12/2019 19:08

You know you can sell 1210s for pretty much what you paid for them.


I know... got a decent Vestax mixer too, but there’s always something in the back of mind that I’ll use them again one day!
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I'm only a keen bedroom DJ, but as soon as my son was big enough to reach my sl1210's I sold them and spent a fair few quid on a big controller, a pioneer ddj-sx with Serato. Then I bought one of these after trying one at a friend's house and I've hardly used the pro kit since.
I can use this with my ipad, mix anything I want on Spotify (premium account needed), no need to buy tracks or vinyl any more. It really is worth double this price if you're keen to get into mixing.
would have bought this
bummer
Dj.CUE23/12/2019 19:08

You know you can sell 1210s for pretty much what you paid for them.


Get some timecode vinyl and hardware.. best of both worlds, Traktor scratch etc
dognobs23/12/2019 18:39

1210's and learn beat matching propley. Shame many DiscJockys will never …1210's and learn beat matching propley. Shame many DiscJockys will never learn this skill. I went all digital a few years back after reluctantly buying CDJ-1000 mk3's then to laptop and controller. But hate the fact I can mix without headphones no skill needed anymore.


Normally I'd agree, but with the vast majority of extended versions of tracks peaking at 3 minutes, as long as you can time a cut to a breakdown what's the point.
I'm coming from late 90's hard house where the intro was at least 2 minutes
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