Scratch Live : Wanna know everything!

Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by MadChoonz, Sep 24, 2006.

  1. MadChoonz

    MadChoonz I'm Rich Biatch!

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    Sounds too good to be true.. I have soo many questions I don't know where to start..

    Number one, does it reduce quality? I'll ask more as I get responses, just tell me about it. Does it feel like vinyl? Do you need special needles..:gpeace:
     
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    i personally think scrating sounds ok in the right quantities i dont really rate dj hype when he's doing it for like a minute but short lil bits of scrating add a new dimension to a mix. but id never try it coz i cant afford to replace my needles every couple of months :gpeace:
     
  3. Rob LB

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    every couple of months? either ur doing it wrong or u've got whak needles!
     
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    proper scratch needles are not great for the dnb sound either, but how long do they really last if you cane them?
     
  5. optic

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    have not used LIVE, but it is vinyl nonetheless, so should feel like-vinyl. although, the sound quality may not still be of the same quality.

    shouldn't need different needles either. but it is a whole lot cheaper to buy an expensive program, and use your laptop, than really purchace all the vinyl.

    good luck with it though:)