The MXC8000 utilises “Denon Engine,” a proprietary system for organising and storing music not dissimilar to Pioneer’s rekordbox software. It comes bundled with Serato DJ software. Two USB inputs allow you to play the MXC8000 in standalone mode without a laptop, while the mixer contains four channels and three effects. The CD controllers contain velocity-sensitive pads for cueing, sampling and beat-rolling.
This is all coming as the NAMM Show is scheduled for this weekend in California. What else will be revealed at Namm. We had a few more ideas.