Terminal Mix 8

  • 4-channel DJ controller with performance pad section
  • Supplied with Serato DJ* 
  • Plug 'n' Play

Reloop's new flagship Serato DJ controller, meet the TM8!

Terminal Mix 8

This newly developed a 4-deck pad-based performance controller by Reloop is designed to work intimately with SERATO DJ. The controller was developed in close cooperation with Serato, and it responds to the requirements of professional club DJs who want to offer spectacular live performances with creative effect manipulation.

Endorsed with the same premium features and build that have made Terminal Mix 2 & 4 controllers instantly recognisable around the world, Reloop have expanded on its forbears with a sophisticated performance section with touch-sensitive multi-colour drum pads, the Terminal Mix 8 is a true whiz kid!

The centre piece of the Terminal Mix 8 is the clearly laid-out and intuitive PAD performance section, where 16 touch-sensitive RGB drum pads can be used to trigger cue points, loops, samples & a slicer effect.

The Slice and Loop modes allow creative re-arrangements on the fly. With the Slice button activated, the playing track will be chopped up into 8 equal parts that are distributed across the respective drum pads – offering DJs quick access to on-the-fly musical mash-ups. In Loop mode it is possible to trigger up to 8 loops with varying lengths. The loop lengths can be determined in real time by the dedicated loop size encoder for fast auto loops and loop roll effects.

In addition to this, all banks of the mighty Serato DJ SP-6 sampler can be easily accessed and intuitively triggered with the Terminal Mix 8, and 8 cue points per track can be stored and triggered in real-time. The colour-coded pads allow visual feedback regarding status and selection of the selected performance mode, so even in dark club surroundings DJs can easily distinguish which mode they’re in.

In DUAL mode 2 modes can be combined for an even more advanced show. By activating this mode, the upper row of drum pads can be set for one performance mode, with a different selection applied to the bottom row. This means you could access the SP-6 sampler with the top row, while the lower row can access loops at the same time – opening up new realms of possibilities. 

The extensive effect section offers 3 rotary pots, an endless encoder and 4 buttons, making it easy and intuitive to control the complete range of Serato DJ’s iZotope-powered effects.

The clearly structured, ergonomically intuitive mixer/player design is ideally suited to a professional DJ’s traditional workflow, and offers new improvements on the previous Terminal Mix models. The large, rubberized filter pots on each channel enable especially smooth filter sweeps. Smooth fades and hard cuts can be carried out effectively via the high-quality, club standard faders – including the adjustable crossfader curve and assign buttons on the front of the TM8.

The unit is finished off with the same XXL high-quality quality jog wheels that are found on the scratch-friendly Terminal Mix 4. These 15.5cm diameter, anti-skidding vinyl surface jogs feature alongside the high-resolution 14-bit, 100 mm pitchfaders for precise beat matching and playback control. 

On the device's rear panel, the built-in audio interface offers sufficient connections to easily connect directly to any club, PA or home set-up. Via gain mixing it is also possible to perfectly adjust volume per track: the level meter is selectable for channel as well as master output. 

A mic connection with 1-band EQ and an Auxiliary input with flexible routing switch allows additional external sound sources to be routed through the controller as well. 

The Terminal Mix 8 comes plug-and-play-ready with the latest full version of Serato DJ*.

Key Features:

  • 4-Deck SERATO DJ-Performance PAD Controller
  • Seamless hardware integration for the newest flagship DJ software SERATO DJ (full version included)
  • Easy Plug 'n' Play: Simply connect to your computer and start mixing MP3s
  • Sturdy construction with high quality elements in club size & quality
  • Performance PAD section: 16x velocity-sensitive RGB drum pads for triggering HOT CUEs, Loops, Samples & Slicer
  • Colour coded trigger pads give you visual feedback about state and selection
  • DUAL Mode: Two performance modes can be combined
  • SLICER Performance modes for cutting and mashing up your tracks
  • Up to eight HOT CUES / LOOPS can be triggered on each Deck
  • Dedicated LOOP encoder for quick Auto-Loops and LOOP ROLL effects
  • SLIP mode for creative live remixing (with visual feedback control)
  • 100mm pitch fader (14-bit) with range and keylock feature
  • SHIFT buttons for second layer control
  • Anti-Theft: Kensington Lock slot
  • ASIO drivers (CORE compliant) with minimal latency and highest audio characteristics (PC/MAC)
  • MIDI-Ready: Compatible with other DJ software such as Traktor & Virtual DJ 8
*The Terminal Mix 8 was previously supply with a Serato DJ code but is now plug and play with Serato DJ so no Serato code is required.


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Product Code: 228148

Technical Data

Minimum System Requirements:

(Windows 7 32-/64-bit)

Windows 10 support (please check serato.com for updates)
32bit: Intel 2.0 Ghz Core 2 Duo, 2 GB RAM
64bit: Intel 2,4 Ghz Core 2 Duo, 4 GB RAM
AMD processors are not recommended and officially not supported.
Min. Screen Resolution 1280 * 720
Available USB 2.0 port
(OS X 10.6.+)

Mac OS X 10.6.+ / 10.7.+ / 10.8.+ 
32bit: Intel 2.0 Ghz Core 2 Duo, 2 GB RAM
64bit: Intel 2,4 Ghz Core 2 Duo, 4 GB RAM
Min. Screen Resolution 1280 * 720
Available USB 2.0 port

Device Information:


1 x Line/Phono Combined (Unbalanced Stereo RCA)
1 x Mic (6.3mm Jack)

2 x Master Out (1 x Stereo RCA, 1 x 6.3mm Jack)
1 x Booth Out (Stereo RCA)
Headphone Output:
1 x 1/4" Connector
1 x 3.5mm Connector
Dimensions (W x D x H): 525 x 63 x 362 mm
Weight: 5.3kg
Included Accessories:

Serato DJ
Power Supply
USB Cable

To find out the differences between the new Terminal Mix 8 and the Terminal Mix 4 click the link below...

Terminal Mix 8 Vs Terminal Mix 4 Comparison Chart