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    Default Pioneer MixTrax technology

    Not sure what to make of this... Pioneers wannabe DJ replacement technology..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jPTl...ature=youtu.be
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCucH...eature=related

    Future of DJing? </sarcasm>
    Last edited by GeekGod; 12-09-2011 at 02:34 PM. Reason: Oops its MixTrax !

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    What a bunch of toss.
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    I don't think we are the target audience here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xonetacular View Post
    I don't think we are the target audience here...
    This.

    This is aimed at the average consumer, looking to have their iTunes library mixed on their head unit. Not sure where in those videos you saw it implied that it was pioneers attempt on the future of dj'ing.
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    Sorry I was not implying that its useful for DJ's. I am implying its a DJ REPLACEMENT technology... Sorta like the assembly line.

    Sure thats grasping for straws, but....

    EDIT: I guess my point is... Will this technology be the start of the demise of the DJ? Sure it's 1.0 but just think where this will be when 3.0 hits or 4.0... etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeekGod View Post
    Sorry I was not implying that its useful for DJ's. I am implying its a DJ REPLACEMENT technology... Sorta like the assembly line.

    Sure thats grasping for straws, but....

    EDIT: I guess my point is... Will this technology be the start of the demise of the DJ? Sure it's 1.0 but just think where this will be when 3.0 hits or 4.0... etc.
    Wouldn't worry too much about it, stuff like this won't replace the ability to rock a dancefloor, good song selection and creative mixing... This just seems like shake-and-bake mixtape (just add water and/or cheesy models pretending to be DJs)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeekGod View Post

    EDIT: I guess my point is... Will this technology be the start of the demise of the DJ? Sure it's 1.0 but just think where this will be when 3.0 hits or 4.0... etc.
    no.

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    You still need to some to press the play button and jump up and down...
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    Yeah dj's draw crowds in - not a machine - maybe a maschine
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    More info... Have your very own personal DJ!

    http://stupiddope.com/2011/12/09/mix...e-by-pionneer/

    "Thanks to its proprietary technology, you can rely on the Pioneer Mixtrax music software to mix all your tracks, and it will generally do a better job than any amateur DJ would. "

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