Moving from Denon 3500 to Pioneer 1000/2000

Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by lewis797, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. lewis797

    lewis797 Member

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    Im hoping to get my first set somewhere soon!
    Only thing im worried about is because i use Dennon 3500s at home and there will being either the Pioneer 1000 or 2000 at the clubs. Whats it like going from one to the other? Would be able to go and play a set on the Pioneers without ever using them before if i have it perfected on the Denons?
    I know someone who i can rent some Pioneers from, Im thinking about doing it for a few days to practice on, but im a student so would rather not have to pay if it is not needed!

    Thanks
     
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    Forau CONCUSSION RECS

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    At the end of the day all your doing is loading a track and adjusting the pitch. If you can do that on your denon's, you can do it on anything. Might just take a few mixes to get used to the different gear as theyre all different obviously. But in theory, if you can mix, you can mix. As long as your not relying on bpm displays and your mixing properly etc you should be fine.
     
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  3. lewis797

    lewis797 Member

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    Sweet that is what i hoped!
     
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    just be aware of jog sensitivity and bits like that
     
  5. liamkenny3214

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    what basic pioneer decks cost under 100? thinking of starting up, have no clue where to even begin. want a relaible brand, but not too expensive.