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Beatport DJ, new web-based app, streamlines workflow for crate digging, set curation, & track prep

Many DJs are well aware of the workflow pain point that comes with finding and prepping new tunes – crate digging, track-buying, transferring-to-your-performance-software, then loading to your USB process. It’s not a simple one, and it can be time-consuming. Well, Beatport has recognized this – and today, they’ve released a potential solution: Beatport DJ. Beatport DJ […]

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Frank Wiedemann talks Circle of Live, creative processes, “playing free”, & more

Par : Angel Bali

Frank Wiedemann, a German musician and label owner of the iconic Innervisions and Bigamo Musik, is best known as one half of Âme and is also a member of electronic music acts A Critical Mass, Schwarzmann, and Howling. We sat down with him to hear about a number of exciting projects he has stirring – […]

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Most of Native Instruments’ shares have sold. What could it mean for Traktor?

Par : DJ Glitch
What does the future of traktor hold with NI's ownership changing?

In a new turn of events this year, a massive portion of Native Instruments’ shares have been sold to the Francisco Partners investing firm. It’s been no secret that NI’s higher-ups have been debating reducing their ownerships, ever since Traktor was almost sold to Allen and Heath last year.  This news might sound alarming, it’s […]

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Streaming made simple: Denon DJ’s new “Broadcast mode”

Denon DJ has released a new firmware update for their X1800 PRIME and X1850 PRIME mixers, offering a number of fixes and improvements and one major new feature that just made livestreaming easier: Broadcast mode. Broadcast mode allows the main output mix to stream over USB audio channels 1 & 2, which is a requirement […]

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Pioneer DJ’s DJM-S7: a 2-channel battle mixer with new “Loop Midi” feature

Par : DJ Soo

Pioneer DJ has announced their latest mixer, and it’s looking like the much-anticipated, proper follow-up to the DJM-S9. Meet the DJM-S7, a 2-channel battle mixer that sits at $1,399 USD. A long time coming The DJM-S11 seemed more like a direct shot at the Rane Seventy-Two rather than an update to the DJM-S9. Many DJs […]

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How I Play: Enamour

As 2020 comes to an end, we’ve got a new more How I Play with an awesome artist for you. This time around, we heard from Washington D.C.-based DJ and producer Enamour. With releases on Desert Hearts Black, Lane 8’s This Never Happened & more, he’s known for his deep, melodic house and techno sounds. […]

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How the pandemic has pushed producers’ (Scuba, Josh Butler, Avision, Robert Babicz, and Fabio Florido) creative boundaries

Every year has a couple of defining moments, but nobody could have ever predicted the magnitude of surprises that 2020 had in store. This year has produced countless paradigm-shifting developments, and the past nine months has brought the lives of people around the world to a grinding halt. From waves of swelling social change and […]

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Serato DJ Pro update adds Scratch Bank for Rane battle mixers

The newest update of Serato DJ Pro features a big win for those of you with a newer Rane battle mixer. If you’ve got a Rane Seventy, Seventy-Two, or Seventy-Two MKII, you’ll now be able to access Serato’s Scratch Bank feature (as first introduced on the Pioneer DJ DJM-S11). Getting there is simple, too. Quickly […]

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Simina Grigoriu shares DJ insights: “Experimentation is key. Try EVERYTHING.”

Born in Romania, raised in Canada, now living in Berlin, Simina Grigoriu describes herself as a “DJ and producer, a mom and a wife, a two-time immigrant and a citizen of the world.” She’s gradually perfected her sound over the course of her decade-long career in music. She produces techno with diamond-hard, dance floor grooves, […]

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Découvrir le monde sans bouger avec les Expéditions Immersives d’Emissive

Par : Serge R.
Expéditions Immersives

Il est désormais possible de visiter des sites culturels à travers le monde sans bouger le petit doigt grâce aux Expéditions Immersives. Il s’agit d’expéditions en réalité virtuelle apportées par Emissive aux musées.

Tout le monde a sans nul doute déjà rêvé de découvrir et de visiter des sites culturellement importants à travers le monde. Cependant, cette possibilité est souvent réservée aux gens les plus fortunés. Mais Emissive est en train de changer le cours de l’histoire en proposant une technologie permettant de tout découvrir au même endroit.

À propos d’Emissive

Avant d’entrer dans le vif du sujet, il convient d’en savoir davantage sur Emissive, le fameux créateur de la technologie Expéditions Immersives.

Fondée en 2005 à Paris par Fabien Barati et Emmanuel Guerriero, cette startup française est spécialisée dans la conception et la réalisation d’expériences en réalité virtuelle et réalité augmentée. Celles-ci sont destinées à des entreprises et institutions culturelles.

L’enseigne travaille en étroite collaboration avec des musées et des sociétés de tout genre, allant des entreprises de télécommunication aux marques de mode. Elle leur propose des applications VR et de RA pour donner vie à leurs divers projets.

Expéditions Immersives : une technologie à destination des musées

Emissive, spécialiste des expériences immersives en réalité virtuelle, a obtenu récemment, plus précisément le 04 novembre 2020 dernier, le soutien de HTC via son programme d’accélérateur Vive X.

Au même moment, la startup française de réalité mixte (XR) a lancé son nouveau format qu’elle a baptisé Expéditions Immersives. Celui-ci transporte virtuellement les utilisateurs vers différents sites culturellement importants à travers le monde.

En d’autres termes, ils se retrouveront au cœur du patrimoine, d’un monument, d’une œuvre ou d’une époque. Cette technologie est bien entendu destinée aux musées, mais aussi aux diverses institutions culturelles du monde entier.

Expéditions Immersives : une solution pour les musées

Comme les autres industries, les musées et les autres institutions culturelles font face à une véritable impasse à cause de la pandémie de coronavirus. Ils recherchent alors tous les moyens possibles pour fonctionner, malgré les contraintes de la distanciation sociale.

Heureusement pour eux, même si le COVID-19 pourrait avoir un effet particulièrement à long terme sur eux, Emissive leur a trouvé une bonne solution à leur souci : les Expéditions Immersives.

Grâce à cette technologie, ils pourront donc continuer à interagir avec le grand public. Ce dernier, quant à lui, peut se promener autour du Colisée ou de Petra, par exemple, tout en se protégeant du coronavirus.

Vive X : le pilier des Expéditions Immersives

Comme il a été dit précédemment, c’est via le programme d’accélérateur Vive X qu’Emissive a obtenu le soutien de HTC, grâce auquel il a pu lancer les Expéditions Immersives.

Pour rappel, ce géant de la technologie taïwanaise a lancé il y a quelques années de cela un nouveau fonds et l’accélérateur en question afin de soutenir les jeunes startups dans l’espace VR. Emissive en fait donc partie.

Il faut d’ailleurs savoir que les deux entreprises ont déjà travaillé ensemble sur de nombreux projets. On peut en citer, par exemple, la première exposition publique de réalité virtuelle du Musée du Louvre.

Mona Lisa : Beyond the Glass : l’une des réalisations d’Emissive

Parmi les installations interactives innovantes dédiées aux musées proposées par Emissive avant les Expéditions Immersives, on peut donc citer Mona Lisa : Beyond the Glass.

Elle a permis à des milliers de visiteurs de découvrir les secrets de la fameuse toile de Léonard de Vinci au Louvre. Bien qu’elle ait été conçue pour permettre jusqu’à 11 personnes de s’immerger dans ce célèbre tableau, il s’agit tout de même d’une expérience mono-utilisateur.

Pour en profiter, les visiteurs doivent bien évidemment porter un casque VR.

Expéditions Immersives : comment ça marche ?

Pour profiter des fonctionnalités des Expéditions Immersives, les visiteurs doivent s’équiper d’un dispositif immersif.

Le meilleur avec cette technologie, c’est qu’ils peuvent se déplacer librement dans le monde virtuel en question. De plus, ils peuvent y aller en compagnie de leurs proches. Aussi, ils peuvent ressentir les mêmes sensations comme s’ils étaient réellement sur place.

Le format tient une telle originalité de l’usage de la réalité virtuelle sur de grands espaces, mais pas que. Il y a de même la collaboration avec les autres visiteurs. Pour intégrer ces expéditions virtuelles, les musées doivent ainsi avoir un espace suffisamment grand.

Des reconstitutions historiques de haute qualité

Parmi les atouts des Expéditions Immersives, il y a aussi leur capacité à accueillir de grands flux de visiteurs, mais pas que. Elles peuvent également créer l’illusion de voyager dans le temps et l’espace.

Pour réaliser de tels exploits, elles assurent des reconstitutions historiques de qualité supérieure, fidèles et minutieuses. Les utilisateurs peuvent de ce fait profiter d’une expérience immersive tout à fait exceptionnelle.

En plus d’être ultra réalistes, ces expéditions sont de même éducatives et accessibles à tous. Elles répondent parfaitement aux attentes des personnes en quête de savoir, d’émotions et d’aventures.

Khufu : A journey in Ancient Egypt : l’expédition immersive inaugurale d’Emissive

La toute première expédition immersive d’Emissive est donc Khufu : A journey in Ancient Egypt. Cette expédition inaugurale s’appuie sur une ancienne expédition présentée à la Cité de l’Architecture à Paris.

Chaque voyage dure environ 40 minutes et se déroule en groupe. Les visiteurs-explorateurs peuvent alors découvrir la Grande Pyramide de Kheops en taille réelle, comme s’ils y étaient pour de vrai.

De plus, un guide conférencier les accompagne tout au long de la visite. Ils peuvent donc ressentir les sensations d’une vraie expédition. Mais ils peuvent aussi apprendre beaucoup plus comme dans la réalité.

Expéditions Immersives : une occasion de voyager à l’autre bout du monde

Malgré les restrictions actuelles concernant les voyages dans le monde, tout le monde peut donc quand même voyager à l’autre bout de la planète grâce aux Expéditions Immersives.

À travers le temps, les visiteurs-explorateurs peuvent de ce fait découvrir le patrimoine comme s’ils y étaient réellement.

Il faut avouer que ce type de technologie répond parfaitement à la demande de vacances virtuelles qui est en ce moment jugée suffisamment élevée à cause du coronavirus.

Cet article Découvrir le monde sans bouger avec les Expéditions Immersives d’Emissive a été publié sur Réalité-Virtuelle.com.

Guitar Center in Chapter 11, PSSL out of business – but DJs should shop locally

Par : Dan White
Guitar Center underwater

Two large US-based music gear vendors – Guitar Center and PSSL – on the rocks after an incredibly challenging year for retail sales of professional music gear. The reality is that a lot of companies have suffered this year in our industry, and with incredibly small amounts of governmental assistance for individuals and small companies. […]

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Stream from Beatport in VR with Tribe XR’s new LINK integration

If you’re a DJ with no decks at home, or wishing you could play on that club setup you love so much, listen in. Tribe XR, a virtual reality platform for DJing, has teamed up with Beatport to integrate Beatport LINK into their program. This move ultimately makes it possible for Tribe XR users to use […]

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Mixcloud founder: here’s what DJs need to know about music copyright

Par : Nico Perez

DJs around the world are becoming increasingly aware of copyright rules due to takedowns and mutings online – but the complex nature of music means that things aren’t always as clear as they could be. Today, I hope to shed some light on this space that has been something of a gray area for many artists. […]

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Interview: Ellen Allien shares, “a great DJ mixes the people into a dream.”

In her long career, Ellen Allien has seen many changes in the industry, from the transition from vinyl to digital and eventual triumph of the MP3, to the various genres, fashions and fads that have come and gone in dance music. Through it all, she’s remained committed to her own particular, underground vision of techno. […]

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How one trio turned livestreaming into a sustainable COVID business

Meet Keila, Garrett, and Alex – three friends, roommates, and artists who were hit hard by COVID-19. In their spare time, they’re co-founders of the West Coast-based artist group, Inquiry Collective – but their full-time jobs were taken away when the pandemic hit. Like many DJs, producers, and visual artists, they took to livestreaming as a creative […]

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Interview: Detroit Swindle – “Played at the right moment, these tracks can really create magic.”

The music of Detroit Swindle is largely house, but takes in a wide range of influences. Compare, for example, their recent laid-back, electro-soul remix of Hablot Brown’s ‘GO’ to their burgeoning collection of soul-infused 4/4 underground jams on their Heist catalogue. Their 2018 album ‘High Life’ featured a strong mix of jazz flavoured cuts, melodic […]

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DJs can now stream offline from SoundCloud with new subscription

Offline streaming comes to Soundcloud DJ plan

In the everlasting race to get more subscription revenue, SoundCloud is appealing to their creators. The streaming platform has continued to focus on monetization in recent years, creating new ways to bring in income while still supporting artists of all sizes with a place to upload their audio content. Today, they launched a new SoundCloud […]

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Invisible Network – A ‘social network’ for the machines

Invisible Network – A ‘social network’ for the machines
'Invisible Network' is a portable device that makes communication between machines perceptible and tangible. This device acts as a mediator between the user and the machines that surround him. Through its screen, it indicates the relations that it maintains with its personal environment.

Future DJ Gear Concepts: What features Pioneer DJ’s DJM-S11 will probably have

Par : DJ Glitch

In our latest Future DJ Gear series piece, we’re taking a look at the potential new battle mixer from Pioneer DJ: the DJM-S11. Pioneer DJ’s DJM-S9 is a much-beloved mixer amongst scratch DJs. However, arguably even more loved was the late DJM-909, which featured a touch screen and much deeper control. The DJM-S9, which “replaced” […]

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Mixcloud launches ticketed livestreams for artists via Mixcloud LIVE

In a pandemic world where venues are closed and many artists have lost their primary source of income as DJ gigs disappeared, the London-based streaming service Mixcloud has stepped up to provide a new stream of revenue (no pun intended) for artists who are livestreaming. The platform’s new ‘Tickets’ feature allows artists to use their […]

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DJs can now stream Beatport, Beatsource directly in Serato DJ Pro

Serato DJs, this one’s for you: the much-anticipated integration between Beatport, Beatsource, and Serato DJ Pro has arrived. Today, the companies announced that Beatsource LINK and Beatport LINK are now usable via Serato’s DJ Pro software. We first saw similar integrations of LINK programs into DJ gear earlier this year with Denon’s on-hardware streaming capabilities, […]

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Could the DJ livestreaming renaissance be over?

DJ livestreaming

Hot take: the era of DJ livestreaming could be in decline. The “renaissance”, we’ll call it, that happened at the start of COVID-19’s shelter-in-place orders burned bright. In this editorial, I’ll talk through why that level of streaming from DJs might be in the past. COVID-19 closed the clubs, shuttered music venues, kept us from […]

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Traktor Pro 3.4 rolls out – serious love for the Browser

Par : Dan White

Continuing a trend of quality of life improvements for DJs in their software, Native Instruments released Traktor Pro 3.4 today. There’s a lot of focus on the browser in this release, the biggest of which we’ve covered previously (secondary column sorting, Smartlists / Smart Playlists) in Public Beta articles. Today marks the full release of […]

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Rekordbox 6.1.1 adds an “Edit Mode” and TIDAL support

Par : Dan White

Pioneer DJ’s preparation and performance DJ software just got a new incremental update, Rekordbox 6.1.1. There’s a feature addition that everyone saw coming (TIDAL streaming library support) and a second feature that we didn’t anticipate: an Edit Mode for creating your own edits of tracks. Keep reading for the details. Rekordbox 6.1.1’s Edit Mode Edit […]

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Will DJing back-to-back online finally be possible?

Par : Dan Cole
B2B DJ sets over the internet

Playing B2B DJ sets online has always seemed impossible. A new group is tackling the technical challenge of back-to-back DJing over the internet.

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This is Pioneer DJ’s CDJ-3000

Pioneer DJ CDJ-3000 annoucement

After releasing a teaser of their new CDJ last week – Pioneer DJ has officially announced the CDJ-3000. Four years after the CDJ-2000NXS2 was released in early 2016, the media player has been highly anticipated by many DJs. Meet the CDJ-3000 Gear: CDJ-3000 Manufacturer: Pioneer DJ Price: $2,299 Preorders available in the DJTT store here New […]

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It’s Official: NAMM 2021 is Cancelled.

Par : Dan White
NAMM 2021 Cancelled

We’ve long expected that the COVID-19 situation here in the United States would continue to lead to cancellations of industry events. Today, the NAMM Show officially announced that they’re cancelling the 2021 NAMM show: “Given the current realities of the COVID-19 pandemic and the health and safety of NAMM members as our first priority, it […]

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Denon’s Engine OS releases v1.5 with Soundcloud Go+, Beatport Link

Engine DJ, Denon’s flagship DJ software, is opening up its music library capabilities with its newest update, Engine OS v1.5. The revision comes with a swath of new features, including a Quick Source Menu, a newly installed BPM detection algorithm, and – arguably the most significant update – the ability for artists to access two major streaming […]

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Clubbing in the COVID-19 era: How 5 Eastern European countries are reacting to coronavirus

If there has been one event in the past 25 years that has been absolutely catastrophic to the nightlife industry, it’s COVID-19. With a death toll that is now well over 600,000, stringent travel restrictions, and even a few all-out lockdowns, it is easy to see why many local nightlife scenes have been totally decimated. […]

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