Add the DJS-1000 to your DJ set-up to intuitively create unique sounds and phrases in advance of your set, or on the fly. Use the DJ-friendly interface to sequence and loop your samples as you wish.
With a 7-inch full-color touch screen, 16 multicolored step input keys, multicolored Performance Pads, a host of inputs and outputs, Live Sampling and various other performance features, having the DJS-1000 in the booth will propel your sets to the next level.
"The DJS-1000 is the best tool for live looping and arranging sounds right now." -Will Clarke
"The DJS-1000 is a super creative tool in my sets. It enables me to add layers and texture to records, allowing me to build more tension in the club. I’ve always wanted to have a step sequencer next to me that’s super easy to set up and just plug in and play. I’m excited to see what else will come out of working with the DJS-1000."
Easily create a new groove by tapping the 16 large, multicolored step input keys. Thanks to the keys’ changing colors, you can keep an eye on sequence information on each track, at all times.
Tactile performance pads
Load up to 16 samples to the large rubber pads, then finger drum freely to layer sounds on-the-fly. The multicolour LEDs show what samples are in play, while Velocity Mode lets you control the sample volume with the amount of pressure you apply.
Simply touch the strip to change the pitch while using the Pitch Bend feature, or play a drum roll by hitting the Note Repeat option. Customize parameters for even more creative possibilities.
7-inch touch screen
Tap the LCD display to instantly access one of three screens. The Home screen for an overview of assigned samples, the Sequence screen to view the currently playing sequence pattern and the Mixer screen to adjust each track’s volume.
Sync up your DJS-1000 to a CDJ or XDJ set-up using Pro DJ Link. Thanks to the Beat Sync function, a tempo slider and a Nudge button, you’ll adjust tempo and beat position manually, just like you would on a turntable.
Sample input sounds and instantly use them as individual tracks. Your sampled sounds are automatically synchronized with the current sequence. Play them in a loop and drop them straight into a live remix.