Christmas Gift: Mix Your Favorite Tunes With The Touchscreen DJ System, The Emulator

The holiday season is upon us and in less than a month’s time, the entire globe will come together in the revere of one of the most joyous occasions, Christmas. While for this year’s holiday shopping, the markets are packed with some of the coolest and most practical products, yet there is one item that will prove to be the prefect Christmas gift for all music aficionados and  it is the all new, ‘The Emulator’. This magnificent new piece of tech is essentially a touchscreen turntable that comes with a massive 46 inch touch sensitive display. Designed and developed by Smithson Martin, this remarkable device is hailed as the ‘world’s first and only multi-touch midi controller PC software for professional DJ and music’ and provides the musicians with a state of the art platform that portrays a MIDI controller, while depicting critical information on a single screen. The Emulator also display a variety of on screen touch controls as well as a complete list of tracks in the system.

The Emulator features a Microsoft Windows 7 dedicated software that comes with an exhaustive list of controls, 130 to be exact, which in turn enables you mix your favorite tracks with a variety of effects and take charge of being the own DJ of your party. This wonderful mobile DJ has been introduced in three display sizes, 32 inch, 42 inch and 46 inch, while the company is even offering custom sizes. This remarkable touchscreen DJ system comes packed with the Emulator software, projector mount, 2200 lumen short throw projector and the customers are even entitled to technical support as well. To run the Emulator, you will be requiring a Windows PC, powered by at least a 1.3 Ghz dual core processor, running Windows 7 Home Premium, a minimum of 1GB RAM and an ASIO sound card. So, this Christmas, make sure the ones who love and live music, get a chance to be more creative with the Emulator from Smithson Martin, which carries a of $,6665 (32 inch), $7,285 (42 inch) and $8,680 (46 inch).

Via Smithson Martin

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