BPM 2012 - Part Two - MONSTA, Luke Solomon, Mickey Slim, Mick Wilson

Mon 05.11.2012

In Part Two of our coverage of the BPM 2012 Show we spoke to Mick Wilson from DJ Mag who told us the importance of BPM to the industry and his opinion on our new entry level products, meanwhile Classic label owner Luke Solomon expressed his love of playing off USB and the flexibility it affords.

Mighty bass-maker Micky Slim argues the future of the Sync button and his love of remixing on the fly with the RMX-1000. Pioneer's own Martin Dockree enlightens us to exactly who the DigitalDJ-WeGO is aimed at and what it does.

Meanwhile Dubstep and Trap lovers, MONSTA enthuse about the possibilities of the new CDJ-2000 nexus and Sync.