The Pioneer DJ DDJ-1000SRT for Serato (and its sister controller, the DDJ-1000 for Rekordbox)
have rapidly established themselves as the “standard”
when it comes to pro-quality DJ controllers. With this “next generation” of gear, Pioneer has revolutionised the DJ controller sector, just as it revolutionised DJ booths with its CDJs.
But there is just one problem. These are seriously complicated bits of kit – they’re more “pro” than “beginner”, with many of the features of top-end gear – which can make them frustrating for newcomers to get to grips with.
And the thing is, if you don’t master your DDJ-1000SRT, not only will you only be using a fraction of what your controller can do, but when you do get to play on “pro” club gear, you’ll be lost!
In short, if you don’t seriously pledge to learn everything about DJing on your DDJ-1000SRT, you’ll be wasting its potential, and yours. Frankly, you may as well have just bought something basic. Luckily, “How To DJ With Your Pioneer DDJ-1000SRT” is here to help you…