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Quincy the Raccoon

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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #15 on: 26.07.2012, 23:51:44 »

I have VIRTUAL DJ PRO on my laptop and mp3s on my external HDD... does that count too as a DJ?

thats pretty much what i have been using since 2008 :)
that and a few external gear in present day =)
Soooo... shall I bring it along next month?
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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #16 on: 27.07.2012, 00:15:07 »

sure, i can hopefully teach you a few new tricks with it ^^
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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #17 on: 16.08.2012, 23:05:51 »

Just in case, the date & time is set for the DJ-Panel: Saturday 12:00 - 13:00 room Halle  ;D
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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #18 on: 17.08.2012, 12:25:48 »

Is someone using Traktor ? I realy would like to learn some new tricks with that software and i could bring my Numark Mixtrak Pro with me.
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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #19 on: 17.08.2012, 14:11:22 »

Yes, Wild Wolf will be displaying Traktor with the Kontrol S4
I will be displaying Virtual DJ 5.2 Pro for a more entry level setup
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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #20 on: 17.08.2012, 19:12:21 »

Yes, Wild Wolf will be displaying Traktor with the Kontrol S4
I will be displaying Virtual DJ 5.2 Pro for a more entry level setup
Not 7?  :)
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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #21 on: 17.08.2012, 20:58:15 »

Yes, Wild Wolf will be displaying Traktor with the Kontrol S4
I will be displaying Virtual DJ 5.2 Pro for a more entry level setup
Not 7?  :)

old lappy (2007) with XP, it just runs better and is far more stable than the newer versions :3
its far simpler and more accurate when calibrating and mapping out keys on a keyboard for example
6 and 7 just added a few new features that i don't need or even use, made it consume more CPU and RAM... they more or less rewrote the program from the ground up and made it worse
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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #22 on: 17.08.2012, 21:20:43 »

Yes, Wild Wolf will be displaying Traktor with the Kontrol S4
I will be displaying Virtual DJ 5.2 Pro for a more entry level setup
Not 7?  :)

old lappy (2007) with XP, it just runs better and is far more stable than the newer versions :3
its far simpler and more accurate when calibrating and mapping out keys on a keyboard for example
6 and 7 just added a few new features that i don't need or even use, made it consume more CPU and RAM... they more or less rewrote the program from the ground up and made it worse
So it seems my version will be different than yours... but it doesn't matter, as long as I learn from it... (Still having little problems maintaining BPMs n such...)

I shall watch and learn!  #p
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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #23 on: 17.08.2012, 22:16:02 »

So it seems my version will be different than yours... but it doesn't matter, as long as I learn from it... (Still having little problems maintaining BPMs n such...)

I shall watch and learn!  #p

it wont be much difference =)
a bit of changes to the layout on screen, a few new commands and a few new buttons but other than that, its all the same
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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #24 on: 19.08.2012, 01:31:17 »

In the end, it's just: twist some dials, push some buttons and move some sliders and hope, that it sounds what leaves the other side  ;D
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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #25 on: 19.08.2012, 11:44:15 »

I second that. The audience doesn't care what kind of setup you use. The audence cares for a custom crafted music experience! You need to find the tool that will let you achieve that goal without getting in your way, and being the most fun to use at the same time.

In that regard, I can only recommend the S4 :)
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Re: DJ panel on EF 17
« Reply #26 on: 19.08.2012, 18:58:21 »

the sad part is that most venue bookers aim to book CDJ users
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