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    Anybody know the name of the mixer in this video, looks fantastic!


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    Last edited by djnelito; 03-04-2013 at 06:29 AM.

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    Well done that man!

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    that's back when RANE was RANE.

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    LOL no fancy buttons just big bad ass knobs to control the system! Hopefully one day I'll have some set up something like that

    You guys might be interested in these links:

    DIY project if you really want to customise your set up:

    http://www.bozure.com/T0.aspx?PID=5

    Another funky looking mixer:

    http://superstereo.co.uk/mixers-2/

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    If you like rotary and have budget for it. I highly recommend Bozak.

    http://www.bozak.com/

    And
    http://www.electronique-spectacle.com/

    A&H V6 was also good... dead duck now
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    Bozak or Urei all the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Zorilow View Post
    If you like rotary and have budget for it. I highly recommend Bozak.

    http://www.bozak.com/

    And
    http://www.electronique-spectacle.com/

    A&H V6 was also good... dead duck now
    I've only ever played on the Rane and I really liked it. The DJR-400 from E&S is very cool looking too and I heard it has a great sound as well.

    I think the A&H is what they use in Fabric (London). I saw the DJ box has 2 setups so the DJs and a quicker change over but I was pretty sure the one side was the A&H.

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