The AMX from Akai Professional is a versatile 2-channel mixing surface and audio interface for the included Serato DJ software. A powerful controller for any performer, AMX controls 2 decks of Serato DJ with an intuitive array of faders, touch-activated knobs, and buttons.
Featuring a curve-adjustable mini innoFADER crossfader, dedicated line faders, and control signal inputs, AMX can interface Serato DJ with turntables using Serato NoiseMap (DVS) or HID players over a single USB cable. Built-in headphone and master outputs integrate into any booth or tabletop setup, allowing you to perform whether you're on the stage or in the studio.
AMX packs professional functionality into a compact form-factor that allows you to take it everywhere. In addition to transport and mixing controls, it features a studio-grade audio interface. This allows you to playback your mixes at 24-bit, 96kHz and connect sound amplification systems or recording interfaces.
Full-Version Serato DJ Included
Serato DJ is a robust program for digital DJing. AMX comes with the full-version, letting you take advantage of precise, powerful audio manipulation in real-time. Already have Serato DJ? AMX provides you both a control surface and audio interface specifically designed to go with the software
Ready for NoiseMap
AMX features two sets of audio inputs, selectable as Line or Phono, to accept signals from Serato timecode vinyl, also known as Serato NoiseMap. This Digital Vinyl System (DVS) lets you DJ with your digital music collection, while maintaining the feel and action of a turntable+vinyl setup. AMX accepts the Serato NoiseMap signal from your turntables and instantly sends it Serato DJ over a USB connection
AMX features the innoFADER mini crossfader at the heart of its mixing surface. With a fully-adjustable curve response, the innoFADER mini can be calibrated for turntablists, electronic music DJs and scratch/battle performers. It even features a fader reverse switch
In Touch mode, each knob responds to a twist, a touch, or a combination of both. With a simple tap, you can kill an entire frequency band (or two, or three). Remove your finger and the missing bands become audible again, instantly. With Touch mode disengaged, they function as traditional mixer-style knobs for precision control over each decks' sonic composition