The best place to find out the info you need is straight
from the source. I could go into great detail and lift information from
the manufacturer's sites to fatten up skratchworx but that isn't what
it's about. The aim of skratchworx is to provide you with the best and
fullest information in the quickest way possible.
This section is broken down alphabetically by manufacturer.
Each entry shows the company logo with full links to their home page.
Listed below each logo is a list of products made by the particular manufacturer
that skratchworx feels is suited to skratch djing.
NOTE TO MANUFACTURERS WHO MIGHT BE READING
This information has been gathered from various sources.
If you feel that you have products that should be represented on these
pages, or have found some glaring errors, send
a mail and I'll fix it.
Citronic have been around
for a while a produce a wide range of DJ equipment. But for the
skratch dj, their
range only holds 2 products of interest - the new PD-45 turntable
and the digital/mp3 solution D-Vinyl2020.
Ecler make a whole range of products for music professionals.
But it's their mixers we're interested in. The HAK 360 is the generally
considered to the mixer of choice right now for the serious tablist
who doesn't have bottomless pockets.
Stanton have carved
a name for themselves over the years with a wide range of DJ products. From the old school 500 cartridge right up to FInal Scratch, Stanton continue to produce gear with the scratch dj in mind.
Not normally known for their skratch mixers, TASCAM brought
out their XS range, 2 of which bear a remarkable resemblance to
Ecler's HAK range. This is mainly to the fact that Ecler make them
for TASCAM, with minor improvements. So why aren't they more popular?
20+ years and still ruling the roost with it's SL-1200 deck.
Small improvements over the years have seen the deck recently be
upgraded to the MK5 and MK5G models. Sponsors of the world's largest
DJ battle competition, the DMC
World DJ championship.
in Japan, Vestax continue to offer a real challenge to Technics'
dominance with skratch dj's. Currently developing innovative new
products in conjunction with world renowned skratch dj's Qbert and