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    Default Looking for an hardware that I didn't found

    Hi guys, I'm searching something for about 2 weeks and didn't found anything so I decide to ask you about it. My question is: Do anybody know about an hardware that I can use to throw samples while I'm mixing but I want to use it without Computer. So I want it to have some memory and want it to be Expendable, and it need to have an RCA output on it. So I'll plug that hardware on my DJM850 in the third channel and throw samples the same way I do with traktor or Serrato.

    Sorry for my english ... I'm frenchy so it isn't perfect

    Thx for the help

    Anthony

    Ps: My set up is: 2X Cdj 850 and 1X DJM 850

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    There is the korg kaosillator pro that can record loops and has 200 inbuilt sounds
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mabs View Post
    Hi guys, I'm searching something for about 2 weeks and didn't found anything so I decide to ask you about it. My question is: Do anybody know about an hardware that I can use to throw samples while I'm mixing but I want to use it without Computer. So I want it to have some memory and want it to be Expendable, and it need to have an RCA output on it. So I'll plug that hardware on my DJM850 in the third channel and throw samples the same way I do with traktor or Serrato.

    Sorry for my english ... I'm frenchy so it isn't perfect

    Thx for the help

    Anthony

    Ps: My set up is: 2X Cdj 850 and 1X DJM 850

    Sorry if I'm not in the good section, please just told me and I'll post in the good one
    Ca ressemble quand même grandement à la description du Rmx-1000 de Pioneer.
    Check les videos d'utilisation sur Youtube. Tu es probablement limité sur l'utilisation des samples (4 différents à la fois) mais à la vue de tout ce que tu peux faire en plus avec, ça reste un très bon investissement.
    Ca marche avec une carte mémoire également ce qui est une de tes demandes.
    La Kaossilator est une très bonne option aussi.

    Question de budget, d'utilisation, de préférence, etc...
    Originally Posted by VOX5505 Enough that I'm not one of the "top DJs"...assuming you mean deadmau5/tiesto etc. But I'm right at the front of the tier right below them...If I wanted to, there are so many "I'm infinitely more successful with music than you'll ever be" cards I could be pulling right now...
    Originally Posted by DigitalDevil You kinda sound like you're full of shit...

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    Thank you for the info Well apreciate! I'll take more info about the Kaossilator but the rmx 1000 look great

    Merci Yul pour la réponse en français, c'est grandement aprécié!

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    You want one of these - SP-202 by Boss:

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    http://www.vintagesynth.com/roland/sp202.php

    I used to have one - it is a very useful piece of kit. You can usually grab 'em on eBay for a £50 - £100.
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    Also guitar FX pedals are great

    EDIT: just read the part where you want it to have expandable memory

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    NoizeuNit can you send me a link of what you're talking about, maybe it's just me but I didn't find anything! And I think the RMX 1000 stays the best option for the moment !

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    The RMX1000 is a serious piece of hardware, its a shame its sooooo ugly looking lol.
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