Pacemaker - Pocket-size controller
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    Default Pacemaker - Pocket-size controller

    Found this "funny" device. Perhaps somebody might be interested...
    Seems kind of cool for mixing on school bustrips etc.

    http://www.pacemaker.net/device/

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    I agree good for a bus trip but if someone got up on stage with one they would need to be shot lol

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    i'd love to get one but its too pricey right now. maybe in a couple of months they become cheaper.
    music gear should be as intuitive as possible and give the possibility to be spontaneous and creative at any time and place.
    i love all the music "toys".

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    Quote Originally Posted by BentoSan View Post
    I agree good for a bus trip but if someone got up on stage with one they would need to be shot lol
    I agree, it would be good for a bus or plane ride to just mess around and try out some rough mixes when the desire struck.

    The wireless aspect of it is kind of neat as well, perhaps if some midi signals were sent and it could be used as a remote control allowing the dj to get down with the crowd. The on stage aspect would actually be worth getting it.

    but I plan on waiting till it shows up in walmart to buy it.

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    it is not wireless if you want to attach it to a speaker.

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    coomon guys imagine u r in a party and they have sucky music u can be like im going to dj now lol u connect that to the speaker and is time to party u can use as a portable mp3 player 2 so is pretty coool is a lil be hard to do stuuf with buth when u get it is easier i was in remix hotel in miami and they had a both with the pacemaker it was actually coool but too expensive

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    personally i think that thing could be fun at parties but not much else.

    If you have the right cable plug in 2 ipods and just mix using those. beat matching is well... impossible so just have to do short fades and pick songs right.

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    Also, it's not a controller.

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    "You bitches better start jumping!"

    That MC is a knob.

    It's an interesting and fun idea, but it just seems tacky and an attempt to ride the popularity of DJ technology at the moment
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