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    Default New American Audio MXR mixers (Midi )

    I dont remember how i stumbled on this but its been on my mind for some time

    They are new mixer that are midi mapable to a lot of dj software(comes bundled with VDJ)



    the 14 in 4 channel is really what caught my attention

    Dont really know much about this company
    wondering what you guys think

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    I dont see a point for 2 mic inputs.. But the fact its a midi controller as well as a mixer is dope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllDay View Post
    I dont see a point for 2 mic inputs.
    A very valuable feature for mobile DJ's. I would not buy a mixer without 2 mic inputs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sss18734 View Post
    A very valuable feature for mobile DJ's. I would not buy a mixer without 2 mic inputs.
    Makes sense for that sort. I always forget about the wedding dj.

    I should probably get into that gig cause there are a couple businesses around here looking for mobile djs. 50+ gigs a year

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    Got me totally thinking DJM- SX...

    pioneer_ddj_sx.jpg

    I mean, between the Z2 and this,it might just be...

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    What does "mobile DJ" mean....? Is that an overly-generous way of saying "bar DJ"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oilythread View Post
    What does "mobile DJ" mean....? Is that an overly-generous way of saying "bar DJ"?
    you go around to various events and parties and such and DJ. A bar would be the same club or whatever so I dont think its "mobile"

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    If this had been out before the anouncment of the DDJ SX I would have got the MXR14 and was planing on doing that after I first saw them being demoed at NAM. It is basicly a VMS4.1 without jogs and some buttons. This is going to be a nice mixer for sure. But I saw the DDJ SX and it ordered and should be here on monday so no MXR to me.


    P.S. I you don't use the Mics they can be mapped for FX in Traktor
    DJ setup 1 - Pioneer XDJ-Aero, Pioneer DDJ-SP1, Mixvibes Cross, Macbook Air 13", Pioneer HDJ 2000. DJ setup 2 - NI Kontrol F1, Z1, X1mkII, Traktor Pro2, Macbook Air 13", Pioneer HDJ 2000 w. Production - iMac 21.5", Motu 828x, Icon Qcon Pro + EX, Nektar Panorama P4, Propellerhead Reason, Mashine Mikro(drum programer in Reason)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllDay View Post
    I dont see a point for 2 mic inputs.. But the fact its a midi controller as well as a mixer is dope!
    dual MC's duh
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    Quote Originally Posted by oilythread View Post
    What does "mobile DJ" mean....? Is that an overly-generous way of saying "bar DJ"?
    Mobile DJ - a guy who bring his own equipment to gigs.

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