Where can I get one of these?!

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  1. that_fred_guy

    that_fred_guy Member

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePOTD4h4FLg&feature=related

    in that video, he has a great big 'CD writer' as he calls it.

    I've recorded a mix or two onto my laptop and they've been ok quality but not great, and I get the feeling something that records direct to CD like that would be alot better? Any idea what it would be called or where I could get it? I've had a look...

    thanks in advance!
     
  2. Blurr

    Blurr Wasted Selection

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    DJ NiPZ Member

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    Just do the second option that he suggested, saves a load of money and is a piece of piss to do :D.

    Just download Audacity and then your sorted pretty much xD.
     
  4. DJ NUERA

    DJ NUERA 5HEAD

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    Where can you get what he is using?





















    The 1980's by the looks of it.
     
  5. H*product

    H*product Heavyweight product

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    haha
     
  6. Joey AdhD

    Joey AdhD sweaty scouser

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    Takin it back to the old skool there....

    jus use ya lappy, on audacity, then u can edit it as well..
     
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    DJ Wizz Bless, Union, Force FM

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    this can be due to a number of things but most likely ur using shit cables, shit software and shit equipment, if there is a buzz it cud be a ground loop but wotm will fix this is using higher spec shizniz...
     
  9. technic1210

    technic1210 ''VINYL VINYL VINYL''

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    a buzz normally means something is pluged in wrong, or not in properly.
     
  10. $marty

    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    Check your earths mate. If theres no joy after that then check your other cables. Maybe even your carts on the turntables. Maybe give the contacts a clean :2thumbs:
     
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    Blurr Wasted Selection

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    :word:

    also cud be down to which point ur recording on the mixer, it cud be taking wots coming out the main gain, or taking the channel gains, with audacity u should be able to yurn off ur amp and playback while it's recording through ur laptop speakers (theoretically u could then wire ur laptop thru ur amp/mixer and her it on ur decent speakers but w/e), will be easier to piss about doing it this way rather than having to record and listen back seperatly each time u change something
     
  12. DJ SCUBA

    DJ SCUBA Vinyl Addict

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    I usually get a buzzing noise if the power cable is plugged into the laptop. I unplug it and its clear as day, just hope you got a good battery...