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Xone DJ mixers started life in the '90s as the idea of Allen & Heath engineer Andy Rigby-Jones. Jones was also a DJ and wanted to create something better than the mixers he'd been playing in clubs for decades. His idea was simple: an all-analogue design incorporating a finely-tuned voltage-controlled filter circuit.

The prototype (which became the Xone:464) impressed the Allen & Heath leadership enough that Jones and the catchily-named "ClubWiz" were sent to trade shows in '99 to gauge interest. It came on strong at the AES convention in New York. "I suddenly saw Richie Hawtin and Jeff Mills walking up to the booth, and I was completely star-struck," Jones remembers. The mixer went into production and Hawtin was given a prototype, which he sent back a few years later with some suggestions.

Primary amongst these were MIDI functionality and computer integration, which would find their way into the Xone:62 and 92. These future-looking features, as well as Hawtin's patronage during the minimal techno boom of the mid-'00s, would solidify the 92 as a club standard. Even today, Allen & Heath's DJ line offers seamless integration into virtual DJ software Traktor and Serato, without compromising the all-analogue signal path that is core to its design.

Photo credit: Nadia Sitova

Person DJing using XONE:96 mixer
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