DJ MIDI controller Gets Stand Alone Mixer Function

Vestax VCI-400 v2.0 firmware extends capabilities      28/06/12
Vestax Corporation has announced the VCI-400, a professional 4-channel DJ MIDI controller with versatile control functions and premium sound quality, is now capable of operating as a standalone mixer by upgrading to the latest v2.0 firmware.
The v2.0 firmware enhances the features of the VCI-400, enabling users to pre mix external inputs such from CD players and DVS interfaces with Trim, 3 band EQ and also apply Hi pass and Lo pass filters with the aluminum filter knobs. The 3 band EQ of the mixer function shares the same bandwidth, crossover and Q factor with the PMC-55 mixer. The Filters were designed to enable precise sweeps, and the low frequency response was designed to comply with sound systems in large venues.
The VCI-400 remains fully functional as a MIDI controller even when mixing external devices. This means users can mix external inputs with a variety of DJ software controlled with the VCI-400. For example, with Traktor Pro, users can mix a total of 6 decks (2 Traktor Pro decks, 2 Traktor Pro sampler decks, and 2 CD players) while still being able to trigger loops, hot cues and control effects with the VCI-400.
This upgrade has become possible thanks to the advanced audio design, which gives the VCI-400 its flexibility to improve hardware performance and audio function with new firmware.
Pricing and Availability:
The v2.0 upgrade is completely free and available on for all VCI-400 users. More information:

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