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  • Press Release: Pioneer Announces The New RMX-500 Remix Station


    ANAHEIM, Calif. – NAMM Booth #5810 Hall B (January 22, 2014) – Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. Professional Sound and Visual Division today launched the REMIX-STATION 500, which enhances DJ performances with its ability to generate a range of sound effects with a variety of buttons and controls, all accessible at the user’s fingertips. The REMIX-STATION 500 offers three effect sections, Rhythm FX, Scene FX and Release FX, for simple musical arrangements and features the industry’s first “Pressure Controller” knobs, which further alter and vary the effects of the arrangements. In addition, the system can also act as a USB controller when used with the included VST1/AU2/RTAS3 RMX-500 Plug-in software.
    “The Pioneer REMIX-STATION 500 can be added to virtually any DJ rig to give you the ability to insert a multitude of audio effects to the tracks you’re playing,” said David Arevalo, director of marketing, Professional Sound and Visual Division for Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. “Another cool feature on this device, the ‘Pressure Controller’ further enhances the effects giving you more creativity on the fly, so every performance with it is unique.”

    • Rhythm FX

    The Rhythm FX section of the REMIX-STATION 500 offers five audio effects, ROLL, TRANS, ADD, REV DELAY and OFFSET, which cuts up and manipulates parts of the music playing to produce new rhythms. The effects can be increased and decreased with a turn of the large knob as well as altered when the knob is pushed down, activating the pressure controller.
    The Rhythm FX section also incorporates five Instrument buttons (KICK, SNARE, CLAP, HI HAT and CYMBAL), each offering six different patterns of sound that can be added with a simple touch. The unit also features a 4-Beat Sequencer with an OVER DUB button, and when activated, enables users to record one bar of each instrument button for more unique sound effects playback. The OVER DUB can also be deactivated after the recording process and while playback occurs, to then give users the ability to tap each button for additional instrument sounds.

    • Scene FX

    In the Scene FX section, users can choose from five Build Up effects and five Break Down effects. The Build Up effects, consisting of MOD, ECHO, NOISE, SPIRAL UP and REVERB UP, add sounds, while Break Down effects, consisting of HPF, LPF, ZIP, SPIRAL DOWN and REVERB DOWN, cut sounds. The large knob increases or decreases the parameters of the chosen effect with a simple turn as well as changes the effects with a push of the knob. Two sub-parameters knobs are also available for additional changes to the effects being produced.

    • Release FX

    The system also includes a Release FX button that eliminates the current music playing and leaves only the sound effects when activated. Release FX can also be used to create the opposite effect: When the button is disengaged, all section effects are eliminated while the original music continues to play. Three types of Release FX are available, Vinyl Brake, Echo, and Back Spin.
    Plug-in Software
    Using the included REMIX-STATION 500 VST/AU/RTAS plug-in software, users can create the same types of music production and effects while producing on a computer. In addition, connecting the device to a computer enables it to act as a controller for music production.
    Additional Features

    • QUANTIZE function enables real-time music analysis and synchronization of effects along with the beat of the music
    • AUTO BPM function automatically measures and follows the tempo of music
    • Compact design for easy portability and convenience
    • USB-MIDI for use as a MIDI controller
    • Mountable on Pioneer’s T-U101 (X-Stand)



    The REMIX-STATION 500 will be available in February with a suggested retail price of $499.


    1Virtual Studio Technology is a format that enables the addition of new effects and instruments to applications for the production of music. Audio Units is a format that enables the addition of new effects and instruments to applications for the production of music.
    2 Audio Units is a format enabling the addition of new effects and instruments to applications for the production of music.
    3 Real Time Audio Suite is a format of audio plug-in developed by Avid Technology.

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    VST is a trademark of Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH.
    The Audio Units logo is a trademark of Apple Inc.
    Pro Tools and RTAS are registered trademarks of Avid Technology, Inc. or its subsidiaries in the United States and/or other countries.

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    Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. is headquartered in Long Beach, Calif., and its U.S. Web address is http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/. Its parent company, Pioneer Corporation, established in Tokyo in 1938, is a preeminent manufacturer of high-performance audio, video and computer equipment for the home, car and business markets.
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    This article was originally published in forum thread: Press Release: Pioneer Announces The New RMX-500 Remix Station started by Andrew B View original post
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. The Blackest's Avatar
      The Blackest -
      I never understood the point of having these if you have a DJM 800/900/2000. Same thing with back in the day w/ the 500/600/909.

      I'm willing to get learnt though.
    1. Ertywek's Avatar
      Ertywek -
      good techh