You Just Bought Your VCI-100, Now What?
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    Default You Just Bought Your VCI-100, Now What?

    All you VCI-100 Gurus, what should one do after buying the VCI-100?

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    Learn Bomes Midi Pro

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    Lurn 2 b a DJ, lulz.

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    or download the new firmware and ean's mapings, thats good too.
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    burn all your vinyl, cds, and tapes. or you can mail them to:

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    What he means is transfer them to digital format, and them send them to him.

    don't send him ashes or melted vinyl. that makes DJs cry.
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    Thats whats so fun about setting them on fire, watching the purists cry >=)

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    ashes will work, for my black magic I do on my SE.

    But all jokes aside, you need to learn how to use it inside out.

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