From the Telegraph U.K.
The next giant leap forward in dj-ing is a miniaturized device that’s not much bigger than an iPhone.
The Pacemaker does for the DJ set-up what the Walkman did for the home stereo by making it mobile. It also makes DJing accessible for even the complete novice. It takes an hour or so to get to grips with and all the MP3 mixes are saved to the gadget’s hard drive. These can be played through headphones or through a home or club audio system. “We’re aiming to put the focus back on to the music,” says Ola Sars, the man behind the Pacemaker which comes in 60gb (£299) and 120gb (£399) hard drive options.
Demo sessions have seen pro DJs mixing tracks while they’re out in the crowd on the dancefloor. Does this now mean Djs will need a new device to help improve their dancing?
Honest to God i have waved my iPhone at the speaker system at the club and told my friends "soon, this is how we will DJ".
And here's what it looks like....
Maybe i should just skip the Serrato Final Scratch