While electronic music production relies more and more on software-based sequencers, there is a need for hardware controllers. Hardware is not dead -it has just evolved along with music programs. With the new Behringer BCD 300 you can play and mix any audio file as if you had a regular -though minimized- DJ mixer and decks. You get a mixer, effects, preamp mic/phono and a monitor section which integrates itself very well with NI Traktor 3, the included software. It works well with other Windows and Mac music software.
MP3, AAC, WMA, OGG, WAV and AIFF
- Traktor 3, podcasting and recording software.
- 4 channels
- USB connection
- Monitor outputs
- 3 band EQ
- Play, cue, loop, pitch bend and effects buttons.
Price: 299 dollars
Since we can’t find any demonstration video of this very model in You Tube, we want to show you a video of the previous model, BCD 2000, which is similar and will give you an idea about how it works ; )