NAMM 2007: M-Audio Torq Xponent advanced DJ performance and production system

Gadgets, NAMM 2007

M-Audio Torq Xponent Advanced DJ Performance/Production System

M-Audio showed off their Torq Xponent Advanced DJ Performance/Production System at NAMM 2007.

It’s an integrated hardware and software DJ performance system. It allows you to cue, beat-match and mix digital audio files using full-size, professional-grade controllers. All hardware controls are pre-mapped to the Torq software.

The system has a 4-output USB audio interface, 4 RCA outputs for independent control of house system and monitors, 16-bit/48kHz maximum sample rate, and ASIO/Core Audio compatibility.

The mixer section features 2 vertical volume controls, 2 3-band EQ control knobs with kill buttons, 2 gain-control knobs with mute buttons, a horizontal crossfader with transform buttons, and 2 LED volume meters.

The player features 2 touch-sensitive scratch wheels, 2 100mm pitch adjustment controls, a built-in touchpad/assignable X/Y control surface, 8 assignable knobs for effects, and 64 assignable backlit buttons.

The Torq software features automatic beat-matching, integrated real-time stretching/compression of tracks, 16-cell, tempo-synced sampler, a performance recorder, instant looper, and vinyl, CDJ and hybrid emulation control modes. It’s Mac and PC compatible.

It will retail for around US$749.95 – availability details and UK pricing to be confirmed.

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