What’s up with the Reloop RMX 95

Retailers have it available for sale but there are virtually no overview videos or reviews of it. It’s advertised as being fully integrated with Algoriddim and all the controls are midi mappable, but there is no explanation of how this integration works and what the controller mappings are. The manual doesn’t provide this info either and the only mention of midi is that you can turn it on or off. No midi implementation chart and no Algoriddim control layout. It would be on thing if there were obvious midi controls but there aren’t.

The lack of info on it is strange considering Algoriddim is the only software it’s being advertised as being compatible with. It’s a shame because it seems like a cool mixer but I’d like to know more about it.

Hope everything is alright with Reloop and they are just busy preparing for NAAM or something, because there last two product rollouts have been rocky to say the least.

DigitalDJTips dropped their vid today. I’m sure more are coming. This is a mixer that’s been in European circulation for a good two-three months now. It is weird that Reloop hasn’t been marketing the mixer very well.

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Yeah I saw that video dropped shortly after I posted. I feel like a big focus of that video was how it wasn’t a serato mixer and wasn’t as advanced as the A9. I don’t fault them too much because it doesn’t seem like they were given any info on it either or features to highlight! I’m surprised they haven’t had DJ Angelo do a video with it yet since they have had him demo pretty all of their products.

In addition to Reloop pnot promoting it much I also think it’s strange that algoriddim isn’t either. I could be mistaken but I’m pretty sure it’s the first one to be released as an “algoriddim mixer” or whatever you want to call it. They don’t even have it in the highlighted devices on the webpage nor do they have it under natively supported devices.

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You are very correct on all points. There’s a lot of demand for a budget club layout mixer right now too. This is starting to look like a huge missed opportunity for both Reloop and algoriddim imho.

Maybe they are waiting for namm tho?

Hey @Themainman3 @Myalteredsoul ,

Thank you for posting regarding this here in the Community.

Apologies, as we are in the process of updating our official hardware/controller (including DVS) support information.

I am happy to confirm that the RMX 95 is now part of our natively supported MIDI controllers list for both iOS and MacOS:

Furthermore, the RMX 95 is now also featured in our DVS-compatible mixers list:

Once more thank you for bringing this to our attention. Cheers :slight_smile:

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