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    Default Sweating it out in this weight room setup

    Once-a-month I kick out the jams in a local gym (David Barton - Seattle) - the in-house setup is a pair of Stanton CDj's+Stanton 2channel mixer (all housed in a nifty Stanton flight case) - not what I'm be comfortable using... SO... I bring my own setup in for the night - in these photos I was joined by out-of-town friend and guest DJ who line in'd to the mix

    ---The Setup---

    Ohm64
    TraktorScrPro+Audio8 (Slave Midi synch)
    Pioneer DJM-800
    Macbook 13
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    Traktor S4 - (Master Midi synch)
    Macbook 15
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    = 7 decks and our own way of sweating in the gym

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Asand View Post
    good to see another ddm4000 user
    Hey man, I'm looking for a new 4 channel mixer for my setup, would you recommend the DDM 4000, I may be purchasing one very soon?

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    i really love my ddm; you can choose which channel strips run midi and which stay analog, then even if you're running it in midi you can still run audio through the channels and control volume using the individual gain knobs.
    so what i do is 2 channels audio from audio2dj and then 2 channels for fx, i maintain use of my mic, and use everything else for cue points, song select, etc.

    i really like how flexible it is in its uses.

    what equipment do you use?
    external mix? internal?
    send me a pm and ill answer all questions and give some suggestions without any bias
    Hardware: Akai Max49, Maschine, Equator D5 monitors, Saffire Pro 14
    Software: Logic, Maschine
    My Neighbors Listen to House Music.. Because They Have To.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Asand View Post
    i really love my ddm; you can choose which channel strips run midi and which stay analog, then even if you're running it in midi you can still run audio through the channels and control volume using the individual gain knobs.
    so what i do is 2 channels audio from audio2dj and then 2 channels for fx, i maintain use of my mic, and use everything else for cue points, song select, etc.

    i really like how flexible it is in its uses.

    what equipment do you use?
    external mix? internal?
    send me a pm and ill answer all questions and give some suggestions without any bias
    I liek the look of that, however I can't see the point in a mixer that has all those functions. What are you going to do when you play out? Cart it with you? I doubt it. So all those neat things you learnt on it won't be available to you.....

    Kind of makes it redundant in my opinion....

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    Wow everyone has nice setups! Here is my simple but fun desktop with S4 at the moment...

    Basically - Ableton, Maschine, Traktor, and Virus!

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    Quote Originally Posted by solutionsagent View Post
    Wow everyone has nice setups! Here is my simple but fun desktop with S4 at the moment...

    Basically - Ableton, Maschine, Traktor, and Virus!
    Nice, what are your monitors?
    TSP 2 | Serato DJ | Live 8 | MBP (SSD + HDD) | AIAIA TMA-1 Fool's Gold Edition | 1200 Mk2s | MidiFighter | KRK RP5
    Xone: DB4 | Pioneer CDJ-2000 Nexus
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    Quote Originally Posted by fullenglishpint View Post
    Nice, what are your monitors?
    Thanks fullenglishpint,

    That's just a simple Samsung 22"... kidding.

    They are Mackie HR624's. (original version)
    Last edited by solutionsagent; 11-22-2010 at 12:53 PM.

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    Crikey, almost 400,000 views on this topic. That's nearly 16 per registered forum user!
    TSP 2 | Serato DJ | Live 8 | MBP (SSD + HDD) | AIAIA TMA-1 Fool's Gold Edition | 1200 Mk2s | MidiFighter | KRK RP5
    Xone: DB4 | Pioneer CDJ-2000 Nexus
    DJTT FAQ | Read my guide to AUDIO CABLES

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    I played with one at my local DJ shop for a minute the other day. For the price I was impressed with the quality of the faders and knobs. Although they dont campare to other high end gear, seems alright for the money.
    Traktor Scratch Pro, Ableton Live 8, MacBook Pro 13'', Traktor Kontrol S4, Traktor Kontrol X1, , Midifighter, NI Audio 6 DJ, HDJ-2000 Headphones, UDG Producer Bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ponyboy View Post
    What are you going to do when you play out? Cart it with you? I doubt it. So all those neat things you learnt on it won't be available to you.....

    .
    That's Exactly what I do, actually. It's only 12" wide..
    The Kontrol S4 is 19" wide.
    Hardware: Akai Max49, Maschine, Equator D5 monitors, Saffire Pro 14
    Software: Logic, Maschine
    My Neighbors Listen to House Music.. Because They Have To.

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