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0:00 – Hook
0:05 – Demo
0:40 – Intro
0:57 – Summary
02:31 – Layout & Additions
03:34 – Feel & Faders
04:07 – Faceplate Issue?
04:35 – Touchscreen
06:16 – Get Skills!
07:17 – Software
08:21 – Traktor Hack
09:00 – Question
Anyway, here’s a quick summary of my review:
The DJM-S11 is a worthy sequel to the S9. It comes with everything you’ve come to love from the S9 such as its faders, pads, layout, and effect paddles.
But adds more to mix with its 4.3 inch touchscreen which not only displays waveforms, but does other useful things as well. like give you browse functions, the ability to use touch fx, and the ability to control 4 decks straight from the screen, and a whole lot more.
Now besides the screen, there are other notable improvements as well. And here are 4 of my favorites:
1. The addition of a CDJ/Controller USB hub which enables you to connect your CDJ or controller straight to your mixer instead of your computer
2. The added pad mode options which give you the ability to individually choose what pad does what on each deck
3. The new Smooth Echo effect, which allows you to activate an echo effect via your fader or pads
4. For Serato DJ users, the ability to use the Scratch Bank feature which lets you instantly load a sample or song to any deck for you to play and mess around with at anytime.
Now, overall I love this mixer, and I highly recommend this unit for any beginner or pro. For me this mixer is pretty much perfect except for like 2 things which I’ll get to later on in this video.
So let’s start with the layout and its design. Like the S9, Jazzy Jeff assisted Pioneer DJ in designing this mixer.
And though the S9 and S11 look pretty alike layout wise, there are a couple of difference worth mentioning between them.
1. Added pad modes
These buttons here let us control the ability of the pad section of a deck. And this is a much appreciated improvement over the last model, where one pad mode button affects all the pads
2. Bigger Pads and Load Button
The Pads and Load buttons on this unit are bigger. And I really like this, because those buttons, are the most important buttons you’ll trigger on this mixer especially when you’re doing complicated dj tricks and mixes
3. Smooth Echo
This function allows the user to activate an echo effect by either cuing a pad or cutting the faders. And this is an efficient and fast way to echo out from the track without needing to select your effect and activate it.
And speaking about buttons and triggers. The components on the S11 feel exactly the same with the S9. That includes knobs, buttons, pads, paddles and volume faders.
Two things to note about the faders though;
1. The Magvel Crossfader has been improved.
It feels better and has been strengthened to give you more stability when scratching
2. All the fader are not interchangeable with the S9. So an S9 volume fader will not fit in an S11 mixer, etc. Bummer.
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