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Reaper - powerful but technically not free. (Use demo forever... for now). Full daw, no limitations.
Audacity - More of an audio editor than true daw. Not easy for newbs. No midi capabilities.
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Soundtrap - basic DAW functionality, but it's an online daw. Max 5 projects.
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Magix Music Maker Free - easy to learn. But... No third party affects/instruments
Ardour - must download source code and compile yourself.
Live Lite by Ableton - must buy hardware to get it free.
Ohm Studio by Ohm Force - projects saved in cloud. 10 project limit.
Audiotool for firefox or chrome. It's a browser daw. Modular structure. Looks complicated. Cannot export songs to hard drive. Lag issues.
DJ Serato - free version lacks features.
Traktor DJ 2 - more of a dj app
(End of notes)
Thank you to all responders.
CONTROLLER GUIDE (V2)
NOTE: This guide only includes the best currently produced or commonly found controllers, so for this reason older controllers like the DDJ-RB, SB2, and RX are not included.
ENTRY LEVEL (200-400 USD)
DJing has never been so beginner-friendly, with the majority of the revenue of DJ companies currently stemming from their entry-level products. Each major company offers something for a 200-400 dollar budget. Although these controllers offer many features and can almost compete with a controller double their range feature-wise, they are little more than plastic boxes with MIDI buttons and suffer from very poor sound quality and durability issues.
(#1 Choice) Pioneer DDJ-400 ($250)
The DDJ 400 is arguably the best DJ controller for beginners and anyone else on a budget. The pro-style FX loadout, relatively large tempo faders, and included Rekordbox Pro license make it an absolute powerhouse for mixing.
- (Relatively) large tempo faders for easy beatmatching
- Nexus-style FX layout eases the transition to CDJs
- Full Rekordbox DJ license
- Smaller jog wheels than other options
- Almost uncomfortably small form factor
Pioneer DDJ-SB3 ($237)
The SB3 is the maternal twin brother to the DDJ 400. They are almost the same price, offer roughly the same features and were released at a similar time. The SB3 boasts full controller-sized jog wheels, classic controller FX, and a Serato Lite license.
- 5.5-inch jog wheels
- Virtual 4-deck capability
- Small pitchfaders
- No full software license
The S2 Mk3 has perhaps the best jogs out of any intro-level controller. They lack the light, plastic feel of other options, giving a feeling of inertia and a metal build. The controller comes with Traktor which has been a viable, although (in my opinion) strangely laid out software for a long time. The pitchfaders are also very nicely sized, matching roughly to the length of a DDJ-400's. The controller also has a nice build to it, feeling quite premium for a 2-deck. The lack of a dedicated Beat FX section may be problematic for more experienced DJs, though. The controller also supports STEM files as all Traktor controllers do, which allow independently toggleable and filterable drum, bass, lead, and vocal layers.
- Fantastic, tactile jog wheels
- Large pitchfaders
- Good build quality
- STEM ready
- No Beat FX (although Mixer FX do have tempo-related features occasionally)
- Higher price point (hardly a con as you receive better build quality in exchange)
Numark Mixtrack 3 ($149)
The Numark Mixtrack is something of a middleman between the ultra-budget range of controllers and the entry level. It is the lowest-priced controller that I would be willing to recommend as a learning tool. It does have pads, a cue button, beat FX, and all the basic features of a controller, however.
- Very low price point
- Long pitch faders
- Touch Strip
- Only 4 pads per deck
- Flimsy build quality
- Bad sound (even by entry level standards)
Roland DJ-202 ($290)
The Roland DJ 202 is somewhat identical to controllers such as the DDJ RB or SB3 on first glance. However, on closer inspection it possesses better jogs and more advanced volume control (cue mix and sampler knobs) than the Pioneer options at a slightly increased price.
- Light but tactile and responsive jogs
- Advanced volume control
- Virtual 4-deck
- Laggy pads
- Small pitchfaders
The mid range is where choice matters the most. No two controllers perform alike here due to a hugely varying price range. Most DJs don't start with mid-range gear and often upgrade to it.
(Tie for #1) Pioneer DDJ SR2 ($700)
The DDJ SR2 is a conceived upgrade to the SB3. It has a touch strip for shuttling between tracks, LED jogwheel indicators, a heavier build, larger faders, and better sound. It is capable of similar performance of high-end controllers minus four-channel capability.
- Good sound quality
- Touch strip
- No color FX (filter only)
- Primitive jog indicator can be hard to use for precise scratching and juggling
The DDJ 800 was concived alongside the 400 as an upgraded version, however it ends up outperforming it's sister controller, the SR2. Several things cause this, namely multiple color FX (the SB2 only has a filter,) internalized beat FX (meaning all the FX are built into the soundcard as opposed to running on the computer,) full-size tempo faders, and a jog wheel display (as opposed to the LED ring on the SR2).
- Nexus-style FX and loop controls
- Hi-res jog display
- Complete Pioneer standard FX
- No touch strip
The Traktor S3 was added into the Traktor Kontrol S lineup somewhat recently. It is essentially a 4-channel S2, serving as a midway between that and the pro-level S4. It features 4 channels, a unique feature for this price point. It's jog wheels, identical to the S2's, do not serve as a perk now as other controllers at this range have wheels of similar quality. A major downside to this controller is the lack of a beat FX unit, which was understandable for the S2 but a serious flaw at this range. It does play a trick by only taking one external input, as well. The controller also supports STEM files.
- 4 channel mixer with 1 external input
- Dedicated loop and beat jump knobs
- STEM ready
- Low price
- No beat FX
- Not a full 4-channel mixer
- Rubber play/cue buttons
The DJ-505 is a very unique controller. In addition to possessing a somewhat standard feature layout at this range (2 channels, metal jogs, outer-ring jog LEDs, full-sized up and cross faders,) the 505 has one very intresting feature that screams Roland: a built in drum machine. The DJ 505 condenses the controls of a TR-8 drum machine (Roland's infamous drum synth) into a sequencer strip, 606/707/808/909 selector, level knob, and BPM counter. The rest of the controller holds up to standards, not really offering anything unique but not carrying any major flaws either.
- Internalized drum machine
- Small tempo faders
Competition here is tight. DJs expect the functionality of a Nexus CDJ setup for as low a price as possible. Thus, only a few controllers made the cut.
(#1 choice) Pioneer DDJ-1000 ($1100)
The DDJ 1000 is the One Controller to Rule Them All. It takes "nexus functionality" quite literally and actually plops the 7 inch (every other controller on this list besides the DDJ 400 has 5.5 inch) jog of their beloved CDJ 2000 line down into this controller. This includes the hi-res display in the center. It also features the same FX as the DJM-900 mixer.
- 7-inch, tension-adjustable, ultra-responsive jog-wheels
- Full-sized tempo faders
- Nexus-style FX
- Jog displays
The S4 Mk3 is the pinnacle of motorized jog technology. It's jogs not only rotate with an impressive torque and use a slipmat simulation that uses variable tension to simulate the effect of touching a record, they are also haptic, meaning you feel a *click* as you scratch over hot cues. This is infinitely useful for scratching as it allows you to feel your beat juggles and cuts in addition to hearing them. The controller also offers standalone mixer capability, dedicated loop and jump wheels, onboard displays that show waveforms and samples, and a sleek, ergonomic design outdoing the no-frills, almost messy Pioneer designs. The controller also supports STEM files as all Traktor controllers do. A downside to all Traktor controllers that becomes more apparent at this range, however, is the lack of multiple pad modes. There is no roll or slicer and the use of samples requires a dedicated track. There is also no mic channel.
- Fantastic motorized jogs
- Dedicated loop and jump knobs
- Hi-res waveform display
- Limited pad modes
- No dedicated mic channel
The Roland DJ-808 combines the drum machine of the 505 with a full-fledged 4-channel controller. The drum machine allows whole new levels of creativity and fun, now with more control over the sound of the sample (ASDR, individual sample, pitch, etc.) The controller part features sub-standardly sized jogs that are still highly responsive with dual indicators (on and around the wheel.) The controller includes four sound color modes, Serato-style FX, independent mic control, and full-sized tempo faders.
- Internal drum machine with enhanced sample control
- Complete features in addition to drum machine
- Small jogs
This controller has been discontinued with the launch of the DDJ 1000. However, it still offers more features than any other controller on the market with touch strips, a large form factor, and a built in filtepitch variable oscillator for generating sweeps. It was very expensive, however, and will still run more than a new DDJ-1000 used.
This controller, although currently being manufactured, is virtually useless. It was designed as an upgrade to the SR-2 and has features comparable to the 1000. However, it costs more, has less capable FX, no jog displays, and smaller jog wheels.
Another discontinued controller, the RB was almost identical to the SB3 despite being for Rekordbox. It only had one fx slot per deck, however. It is still a very solid controller and can be found used but did not make the list due to being discontinued.
Denon MC series
The Denon controllers have always been wacky. They didn't really offer anything unique and have confusing layouts and less features than other comparable controllers. The MC4000 entry-level, for example, only has 4 pads and uses a strange radial layout as opposed to the left-to-right of many controller deck sections, despite costing significantly more than any other entry controller. The only unit I considered would be the MC8000, but that is a standalone unit which is thus not a controller. All-in-one standalones are a different thing and come with a whole different set of issues to compare.
The DDJ 200 "smart controller" is a wireless IPad controller designed to be ultra-lightweight and small. It runs for around the price of a Numark mixtrack, a full-fledged controller, and for this reason, I cannot recommend it. I/O lag, lack of onboard features, and tiny size make this unit unfit for learning properly on and not worth the price tag.
Numark Party Mix
The Numark Party Mix is the best ultra-entry controller on the market, seriously outperforming smart and micro controllers. I did not include this in the main list becasue it would be out of place (being nearly a third of the price of most entry level controllers,) but it is fine to learn on despite being very very very basic. It covers what it needs to for the basics and if it is all someone has then that's fine. I would reccomend saving if possible to upgrade to a Mixtrack, however, which has similar features but a much larger form factor (the Party Mix is uncomfortably small.)
To conclude, I hope this helped. This is a very common question and I want to provide as much info as possible on the subject. I wrote a similar post a while ago, but there were some things the community suggested I change. I hope to have the cooperation of the mods in sidebaring this post to help prevent redundant questions.