STANTON EXHIBITING VERSION 3.0 oF SC-IX OPERATING SYSTEM FOR The SCS.4DJ DJ at CES 2013
Stanton®, part of the Gibson Pro Audio division and an industry leader in the design and manufacture of audio products for DJs, will be featuring the next evolution of the SC-IX operating system for its groundbreaking SCS.4DJ Complete Digital DJ System at CES 2013 (Gibson Guitar Corp. Booth #CP-30).
Stanton’s SCS.4DJ was a game changer for the industry—the first fully integrated DJ solution capable of providing the functionality and performance demanded by today’s music enthusiasts, professional DJs and artists. Powered by state-of-the-art processors, the SCS.4DJ removes the need for an external computer during performances. Users can simply plug in a storage device and start mixing with the built-in decks, mixer and high-resolution color display.
“SC-IX Version 3.0 propels SCS.4DJ capabilities far beyond any other DJ solution at this price point,” says Douglas Landfield, Global Marketing Manager of Gibson Pro Audio, a division of the Gibson Guitar Corporation. “The new features, such as hot cues and beatgrid editing, give users access to professional-level features, demonstrating our continued commitment to providing high-quality products for all skill levels.”
New Features Include:
- Beatgrid editing – The ability to edit a track’s beatgrid in real time, with both “Tap Tempo” and “Dial-In-BPM” functionality, for increased sync and loop accuracy and stability.
- Three hot cues per deck – Quick access buttons on the home/waveform screens allow users to add and delete hot cues. Hot cues are remembered through power cycles.
- Optimized system management – Switching screens is now much faster. Navigating large libraries/playlists is more responsive and precise. Performance gains are seen throughout the system.
- Loop memory – User-created loops are remembered through power cycles, allowing for more powerful set preparation.
- Broader device support for smartphones, MP3 players and tablet computers
- Headphone gain boost now selectable via a menu item.
- Improved recording to USB media.
- When a deck is paused, scratch functionality is automatically enabled to provide fine seeking and setting of cue points.
The new SC-IX Version 3.0 release and both Mac and PC versions of the QuickGrid high-speed analyzer are available from the Stanton website, www.stantondj.com.
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