Hmm, that’s strange as they have actively supported Pioneer CDJ’s all the way along. One of the problems with Atomix support is that they don’t seem to have an official protocol on development. You tend to get a different answer from each person you talk to.
Here’s the latest statement on the VDJ forum:
Just to clear up a few things:
Since it’s presentation to the media, SC5000 Prime was advertised that it WOULD be able to work as a controller at some time in the future. At initial launch, the unit did not offer PC software control ability (because Denon wanted to push it’s stand alone playback abilities and the Engine software) Only today, 2017/11/06 Serato announced support for SC5000 Prime. However, there’s not a single word from Denon as how SC5000 Prime works as a controller. Does it use MIDI ? Does it use HID ? Does it use another proprietary communication protocol ? No one knows (yet) Without any technical information sheets and without the unit being able to communicate with a software it was impossible for us to do anything up to this point. Even if we could determine the communication protocol (MIDI/HID/Other) it would be like seeking a needle in a haystack.
At present, we wait to see if Denon is going to release any technical details (such as a MIDI table) or not. Afterwards we’ll decide how we’re going to proceed now that the unit is finally able to communicate with at least one software.