Ten years in the game – Decksaver at Namm 2018
January 2018 marks a special milestone for Decksaver – 10 Years since their first cover (for the CDJ-1000) reached consumers.
To celebrate, Decksaver will be heading to The Namm Show in Anaheim, LA, to launch a host of new covers. This new product drop shows how broad the brand’s range has become since its humble beginnings in protecting DJ gear, with new products in the producer, synthesizer and DJ sectors.
Protection for the latest Pioneer DJ gear is a given from Decksaver, who have obliged with fresh covers for the DJS-1000 DJ sampler, DDJ-XP1 controller, DJM-250 MK2 mixer and Toraiz AS-1 analog synthesizer.
Native Instruments new range of keyboard controllers, which includes the Kontrol S61 MK2 and Kontrol S49 MK2, are certainly investments worth protecting. Decksaver is again on hand to provide solid and reliable protective solutions that will effortlessly fend off spillages, dust and damage from these great instruments.
Following on from the Little Phatty / Sub 37 cover released in 2016, Decksaver continues its foray into the world of Moog synthesizers with a cover for the small but mighty Minitaur bass synthesizer.
Another premium synthesizer brand that will soon grace the Decksaver catalogue for the first time is Dave Smith Instruments, with covers for the Prophet 6 synthesiser, Oberheim OB-6 synthesizer and Tempest drum machine arriving at Namm 2018.
The final introduction into the Decksaver line-up for Namm 2018 is a unit there has been huge demand for - the Softube Console One MK2. This ingenious audio interface joins the Universal Audio Apollo Twin in their current roster of producer covers - an area Decksaver is sure to expand on in the near future.
Decksaver products are the industry standard in elite-level clubbing establishments across the globe, inside the likes of Amnesia, Pacha, Cafe Mambo, Fabric, Ministry Of Sound, XOYO, Air Amsterdam, Badaboum Paris, Home in Sydney and Womb in Tokyo - the constant you'll find is Decksaver.