DJ Odawa's Setup
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    Default DJ Odawa's Setup

    Here is my simple setup I currently use at home and for gigs.
    • 2010 White Unibody Macbook 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo
    • OS X Mavericks
    • Traktor Pro 2.7.1
    • Kontrol S2 Mk 1
    • Midi Fighter Spectra
    • KRK Rokit 6's
    • Kontrol X1 Mk 1


    I use DJTT Four deck mapping w/ jog effects and my own custom mapping for X1 and Midi Fighter. I use X1 to control effects modules 3 & 4 for all 4 decks as well as High/Mid/Low EQ for decks C & D. I use the Midi Fighter for cue points 1-8 for decks A & B, EQ kills for all 4 decks, VMU meter for all for decks, active effect toggle for all 4 modules/decks, and as a control for Remix Decks. I would much rather have an S4, but this set up has grown on me (especially after spending ages understanding Traktor mapping)
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    Nice little set up - love the bacon!

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    7 years Later I completely upgraded my Home/Mobile DJ setup. I frequently played gigs with a friends so I needed a controller that has dual USB ports instead of having to setup two rigs for a gig. Also needed a controller with a standalone mixer because I would eventually replace my stolen turntables.

    Current Setup
    Early 2011 Macbook Pro OSX 10.12
    2.0 GHz i7 Quad Core 16GB RAM 250 GB Solid State Drive
    Pioneer DDJ-SZ2
    Serato DJ Pro with DVS Expansion
    2x Technics SL-1200 Mk7
    2x DJ Q-Bert Ortofon cartridges
    2x Adam Audio T7V studio Monitors
    JBL Nano Patch+
    V-Moda LP2 headphones with custom logo etch

    https://storage.cloud.google.com/oda...rszDJsetup.jpg
    Last edited by DJ Odawa; 02-02-2020 at 12:44 PM.

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    How do you like the mk7's compared to mk2's? Any problems with feedback isolation at gigs?

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    The pitch fader is digital, so it definitely feels different compared to mk2's. I've only had them for a couple weeks now. However, they are similar to the feel of the mk5. I have been using those at gigs as of late and I have not used the mk7's at a public event yet. They feel right at home with the torque at the highest setting via the dip switches under the platter.

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    Looks good. I have a few of those Big Love Records...
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    Quote Originally Posted by keithace View Post
    Looks good. I have a few of those Big Love Records...
    Nice! I have a lot of Brasilian House/Samba tunes and Liquid DNB on vinyl.

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