How to use a DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone to make music
DJI has a new drone, a Phantom 4, that can control your music.
And that means you can make music, without having to learn a DJi DJI DJI Dash controller or learn how to set up a DJAO.
If you’ve got the time, this is the guide to getting started.
We’ve taken a look at DJI’s new DJI Mavic Pro and DJI Spark, the two drone models it introduced to the DJI community.
Read more: The Phantom 4 is a $1,499 drone.
The Dash is a DJ-style controller that connects to a DJM-style control board.
DJI Dash is cheaper, but not as powerful.
Drones aren’t exactly cheap these days.
They cost about $1K each, and you’d need a $100k or so down payment to get them on the market.
You’d need to pay a DJPilot drone license, which you’d pay for at a dealer’s office.
What you’ll need to do to get a DJIs Dash drone: You’ll need an internet connection (or at least, the ability to set your phone’s DNS to forward a URL that will get you to the right place on the internet).
You need an HD video camera that has a good wide-angle lens and a good enough resolution to take a good picture.
An SD card reader with a USB-C port.
A USB cable.
All of these are on Amazon, if you need to buy something.
Once you’ve gotten everything set up, plug the drone into your computer.
That’ll start your DJI app, which will then show you how much battery life the drone is using.
It’ll show you what type of music you can listen to, and when you need a break.
Then it’ll start playing some music, and your DJM controller will show up in the bottom right corner.
Go ahead and try out the DJAOs Dash, and see how it’s different.
In this video, you can hear DJI explaining how the Dash works.
Check out this tutorial on how to use the DJX4 controller.
I’ll leave you with a video of the Dash being used in a live setting.
This is how DJI says that a DJAs Dash will make your music sound “real” in a way that you can’t really describe.