Is this the future of DJing?

| Thursday, August 5th, 2010 | 4 Comments »

EMULATOR is a DJ software designed to work with tablet PCs created by Pablo Martin. It’s a multitouch MIDI controller (for Windows 7), software where you have all what you need on same screen and combine the power of multitouch, the useful standard mouse and the native interface of software to be controlled all in one nice and useful GUI, first version 1.0 include layout 100% compatible with Traktor Pro internal mode, future upgrades include Traktor Internal mode and new layouts for Deckadance, Virtual Dj, Ableton and more.

The big screen thinggy on the video is called Token, developed by Yöyen Munchausen. It’s a large multitouch screen interface aimed at performance. The beauty of it is that you can see both sides, thus the viewer can see exactly what the DJ is doing.

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  • Rob Loach

    Touch Surface DJing is extra cool when wearing a douche scarf.

  • Dj Endgame

    It sure would be cool to see in a club environment – although I don't know if the size of the screen is practical from a physical dj-ing perspective, as well as a cost perspective.

    Still – very cool stuff.

  • David Akermanis

    Still though. 1st digital setup I've seen that maintains the performance feel.

  • Mahan_M2J

    Nice – I like it.

    I especially like the size of the screen… although it probably makes transportation a bitch. The larger format makes it seem more precise and easier to control than tiny comparable products out there such as Lemur.