Pioneer's $349 DDJ-WeGO2 controller is designed to accommodate Apple's iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.
Electronic music first enjoyed widespread popularity in the 1970s. The 1980s were practically defined by it. At the turn of the millennium, when vinyl, tape, and plastic finally gave way to bits and bytes as the preferred medium for music, the Japanese electronics company began making CD mixers (which manipulate audio from multiple sources) and, later, controllers (which serve as a hardware interface for computer software) for DJs. Its products quickly became the industry standard for professionals working at clubs, festivals, and other live events.
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