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    just puck up a used audio 4 or a6 scratch pak mate. hmu via pm for some help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DISaS73R View Post
    I really don't mean to be rude, but I don't think you're ready to play at clubs yet, you should do some research.

    To answer your questions:
    There are videos on youtube which show how to set up HID. I have used neither HID, nor timecode, but I've read that HID feels better.
    If you've done any changes to the club set up, it's your responsibility to clean up after yourself. Similarly, if need the set up change, you need to do it yourself. That's just basic etiquette.
    Give off mate i asked for your advice not if you think im good enough, its a simple question about configuring not if you think my mixing and song selection is good enough. DO the fans and dancers care if you can set up HID mode? No im pretty sure if i had a play around i could get it working, just asking for a rough guide

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    Well, mate, I was being polite, but I guess you didn't notice that. I'm pretty sure the crowd will indeed care if you can't set up the CDJs and just stay there in silence. Also, if you're causing discomfort to the other DJs, you won't get booked again.

    My advice was genuinely to do some research because playing at a club and playing at home are two very different things, it's not as simple as "seeing the waveforms" and playing good tunes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DISaS73R View Post
    Well, mate, I was being polite, but I guess you didn't notice that. I'm pretty sure the crowd will indeed care if you can't set up the CDJs and just stay there in silence. Also, if you're causing discomfort to the other DJs, you won't get booked again.

    My advice was genuinely to do some research because playing at a club and playing at home are two very different things, it's not as simple as "seeing the waveforms" and playing good tunes.
    I play out every week, just not with a CDJ set up, like i said id be able to sort it out. How am i ever gunna learn unless i actually DO it gota make that move bruddah

    But i take heed on doing research, thanks for the advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlos Santos View Post
    You could get the TA6 package. It's about 230.


    Or... bid on an Audio 4 and then get the Timecode Upgrade Kit:
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NI-Audio-4...item43c5421b18

    If you really want to cover all bases (good quality soundcard plus the ability to use timecode if needed), then this is an absolute steal for an Audio4! Currently at 31 with only 7 hours left!


    If I didn't already use Cross for timecode then I would snap this up in an instant!!
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