Pioneer Rekordbox
Pioneer Rekordbox
Top 82%2 points
Top 82%

Pioneer Rekordbox: 11 facts and highlights

1. Is compatible with Mac OS X

It is compatible with Mac OS X devices such as MacBooks and iMacs.
Pioneer Rekordbox
78% have it

2. Is compatible with Windows

It is compatible with PCs and laptops running the Windows operating system.
Pioneer Rekordbox
95% have it

3. Has reverse play

The DJ software can play songs in reverse mode. When activated the track starts going backwards.
Pioneer Rekordbox
41% have it

4. Has loops

The DJ software lets you repeat certain effects or parts of a song as much as you want. It started with CDJ players, where there was a “loop in” and “loop out” pair of buttons. You had to time precisely when you hit the buttons to get the perfect loop.
Pioneer Rekordbox
86% have it

5. Has beat gridding feature

This feature will find beats in the music so you can assign them to certain sound, effects and songs. Usually a visible grid appears over the track spectrum.
Pioneer Rekordbox
41% have it

6. Has cue points

The software allows you to designate a point in the current song where you want the next song or sound effect to start.
Pioneer Rekordbox
73% have it

7. has a graphic waveform

The software features a graph that will illustrate the vibration/wave of the track that is currently playing.
Pioneer Rekordbox
89% have it

8. Create your favourite playlists

The DJ software lets you create and save playlists with all your favourite tracks. Playlists can be saved, modified and played over and over.
Pioneer Rekordbox
86% have it

9. Has quantization

The Dj software enables you to snap loops or effects to a certain time in the song. This can automatically be set per bar or per beat.
Pioneer Rekordbox
11% have it

10. Has hot cues

The DJ software gives you the ability to set cue points while the music is playing (on the fly). Usually, multiple hot cue points can be set in an individual track.
Pioneer Rekordbox
32% have it

11. Has a phaser effect

An effect produced by running a signal through an allpass filter, and then combining it with the original signal. This produces a comb filter response, which creates a whirling type sound effect. This is more subtle than a flanging effect, and commonly found in ‘70s rock and jazz.
Pioneer Rekordbox
43% have it

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