DJ Scott Mad Flip
April 13, 2011
Stanton Magnetics introduced the SCS.1 System in 2008 and they were one of the first to introduce a universal controller for virtually your choice of DJ software. Since then they have made leaps and bounds in the controller market by revamping and perfecting their flagship SCS.1 system which we previewed at Winter NAMM this past January. Now they are introducing a new ground breaking controller that fully integrates your computer, software, and controller.
Enter: Stanton SCS.4DJ.
There are a number of similar looking controllers on the market that this closely emulates and right off the bat we can see that the standard issue features are there. There are 1/4″ balanced TRS and RCA unbalanced outputs, a 1/4″ mic input, large transport and sync buttons, large jog wheels, loop section, and 2 channel mixer with 3 band EQ and cross-fader. There is an FX section with 2 adjust knobs and …
DJ Scott Mad Flip
January 17, 2011
Stanton first debuted the SC System 1 in 2008 and it was met with much resistance in the DJ universe. At the time there just wasn’t a useful solution for a controller system to fully replace a standard set up. Now in 2011 controllers are the hot item so we re-visited the new and vastly improved Stanton SC System 1 with our great friend B-Side at the Stanton Magnetics booth. OM f-ing G y’all. Seriously.
First Video Transcript:
Scott: What is going on? Scott Magno DJ MadFlip here with UniqueSquared.com. I am with B-side of Stanton Magnetics, and today we’re going to talk about the SC System, that’s going to be the SCS.1D and the SCS.1M, and we’re going to talk about why it’s cool, and why you’re going to fall in love with it. What is up B-side? Long time no see man, tell us what’s hot, man.