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A 16-step sequencer from Pioneer and Dave Smith Instruments is coming soon

The Toraiz SP-16 will be out this summer

  • Dave Turner
  • 5 April 2016

Pioneer DJ and Dave Smith Instruments have linked up for a hardware sampler, combining elements of the old and new.

The Toraiz SP-16, due this summer at a cost of £1279, and the first piece of production gear from Pioneer, is touch screen and comes with Dave Smith analogue filters. Samples can also be uploaded via a USB stick, with the 16-step sequencer able to hold up to 8GB of files and create a maximum of 256 patterns.

It's a nifty piece of kit for DJs, as when connected to Pioneer CDJs, everything is automatically synced to play in time.

With a seven-inch display screen, you're able to see full descriptions of each of the samples you're using, with no need for a laptop when playing out.

To get a better idea of what it's offering, watch the video below.

Dave Turner is Mixmag's Digital News Editor, follow him on Twitter

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