Discussion in 'Waffle' started by Fes Rock, Jan 14, 2010.
just had a look at this, and cant think of any immediate benefits straight away, unless you're a turntablist. would be sweet tho to record a drum break or a voice, and scratch it straight away.
anyway, NAMM seems sweet this year, will have a proper look after i hand in my uni shit.
Its more for ableton users that want to incorporated turntables/cdjs into their performance...going from Serato to that is pointless as you will only gain features you will never need/use.
WRONG SECTION DUDE
dnb djs need to start thinking outside of their record boxes and hey hey look to the future.
That looks sickkkk.
Definately gonna get on this for recording on serato, already seen the benefits of recording in the program itself..
theres a fresh thread title needed for a massif open discussion
i could say alot of forum djs around the world follow the likes of the top djs by wanting / needing to play what they play and ofcourse feel the need to sound simular to their dnb dj heros ( i wont name check here ) but alot of dnb music is so musical that it doesnt really need alot of tech skills to play it , totally sounds better imo if very cleaned bpm'd mixed and the usage of music records or cds or mp3's doesnt bother me , if the mix musicaly takes me on a sort of journey im a happy camper ... i dont exspect yoda style dnb mixing as can it really work .. zincs 5 min mix was well out the box for it time but can you imagine a hr set like that ?? hmm
differcult question really ... its gunna take in my book alongtime before someone creativly can do alot different with mixing dnb without it sounding all ?????? dnb is alot of different frequencies and alot of the time people just because they can mix aint choosing records that compliment each other ,.. understanding music and sound is more important than just mixing mixing mixing etc etc
ofcourse this is IMO ... and IMO only thanks for reading
Well, that's well said.
Always fine to read some words with depth from you.
Respect to the vinyl rippers though. Ill turntable technique is and should always stay a part of the scene.
looks pretty cool..
Production wise I use ableton rewired through logic. I have also done live sets for dubstep. As an owner of Serato I'm interested to see where this can go.
ERR WHAT, 3 DECK HORIZONTAL MAYHEM?
Get me some o dattttttt
best thing ive seen for a while.... going to take a big long look and research into this shit...
Nice one Fes!!!
thats the hot butter there
anyone interested in this should def try to wrap your head around ableton a bit. Serato is very user friendly. Just need a really fast computer
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