How long have you use it? For 7/8 months, so I know always count. Have you tried many other models before buying it? After 10 years of DJing, I rubbed shoulders with all kinds of equipment, turntables, CD decks of high quality and MIDI interfaces. Technics MK2 with or without traktor scratch, CDJ 1000 MK3, a VCI 100 and now a Xone K2 combo + F1 + NI Traktor Pro. I'm not here to revive any controversy, I did this choice today to mix in "all computerized." For saving time, space, installation, size, price. Historically, the primary function of a Disc Jockey was to play music, to adapt to the audience, with good communication and appropriate music selection. What is the particular feature you like best and least? I like the interface as a whole, buttons, knobs are pleasant to use. Level faders, I think it should not be the bully, it is clearly not the mixer faders. The number of global parameters and assignment opportunities are some advantages. Programming logic is simplistic, for the fans of the hack, one can set at will. If you can find TSI download on the web. My overall implementation is divided into two layers and a half, more than enough for my use. Complementarity Xone K2 + NI F1 is essential and makes sense to easily control 4 channels (2 Tracks + 2 Decks Remix). Traktor Pro license is included in the offer of Native Instruments, it helps to go over very good foundation of creativity and mix for less than 500 €. Layer 1 (red): it performs the traditional functions: menu navigation / Songs + loading on each deck, play, pause, cue, sync, PFL headphones, faders, EQ + Kill. Layer 2 (amber): manages the hot cues, and loop the autoloop manual (tracks 1 and 2). I run up the FX 4 groups for my 4 decks. layer 3 (green): it manages the hot cues, and loop the autoloop manual (tracks 3 and 4). Useless for me, I Ulise F1 to manage channels 3 and 4 Decks remix. Above, I manage levels, filters, desired configurations, the recording. etc.. How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? I remake that choice without hesitation, the Xone K2 is a good interface for DJing, I have not used in other cases, but it must keep its promises.
it is a 300w RMS combo with a preamp 12AU7A lamps with, from left to right, two instrument inputs "Odb" and "-12db" a lED "peak mute" button and a "mute" to mute when 'branch on his bass, then, with a compression section, a "treshold" button, a LED and a button to set it off, after a pre-amp section including, 1 3-band EQ (bass, middle and treble sound + volume), a 5-position rotary switch "style" and 2 "ultra-hi" and "ultra-low" pushbuttons, finally, a "master" button and the start of the amp. behind it was the power plug, the "effect loop" section with "send" and "return", the "line-out" section with a "level" button, the dedicated output jack, the XLR output dedicated two push "pre" and "post" button and finally, the output jack "tune out". You can also adjust the level of treble horn with a circular switch at the rear of the amp.
With a Les Paul custom GIbson 1979 aged red wine, handle very typical late 70's Gibson ... ebony fingerboard 22 frets, pickups T TOP (tim shaw), highly rated microphones!
Connection: in / out, USB 1 and 2 foot switch jack, headphone port, balanced outputs, one stereo jack input, why not. Rather the groove sounds: pianos, strings, synths, bass, drums etc.. Programmed drum kits, or create your own. A fashion pattern / song, simple sequencer use it contains 16 tracks with mute / solo, 8 tracks for samples and 8 to manage an external sound module. Function keys on the surface to change the sounds, kits and other parameters.
Solid-body guitar "Handmade" in UK body shape mahogany Les Paul (Junior) Single cutaway, mahogany neck and a touch of beautiful rosewood 22 frets.Le Bridge pickup is a double "Handmade" By Gordon Smith, the micro- handle is a single coil Alnico. Grover, I replaced the original stop bar by a bridge-adjustable tailpiece. A volume button with two positions: high (single pickup) and low (two), a tone knob and a 3-position selector. Matt varnish, no frills, the Simplest the best! Such could be the motto of Gordon Smith, preferring to hold the price put on the package rather than its form.
I just acquired this DAC preamp. I chose among others because of the analog input. Until now, I used a DAC DAC Accuphase integrated to my E-530 20. What a surprise! It is very well designed and built, and the sound is very neutral. This sounds like a NOS DAC .... While revealing much detail into the atmosphere made sound. I am very satisfied! Dominique
Owner controller for Roland MKS-30 and JX3P. Heavy and pleasant to touch, unrelated to the manufacture of current controllers including kiwitechnics prohibitive. The space is sufficient around controls. A must have if you really want to use an MKS-30 intuitively.
Boost Overdrive. 4 pots, gain, volume, bass, treble. True bypass. Analog. Damage battery compartment requires unscrewing four screws. Standard 9 volt external power supply (type boss)
I used the crap from Sony. thinking it was great. But his grave was zero, the audio I find incomparable comfort. I would take this brand without hesitate one second, they are really pro, and for that price, I'm impressed. I put that headphone 9/10. I personally have purchased from Woodbrass on ebay, if it can be used. :)
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Hello everyone! I just plugged my strat Chris Rea with a set of microphones MS Tornado '60s series L. To be honest, I took a big blow! Serious have a roundness and warmth than my previous microphones had not, and the highs are to die for! It's simple, before I only played one or two positions of the selector, and then I rediscovered a new guitar with a lot of potential. This is simply the sound I was looking for a long time, and I strongly advise musicians who find their strat lack of character, to make this change. For just over 200 € the set, these pickups are much better than sets costing 300 ... In short, do not hesitate to run the site www.tornademspickups.com Another big thank you to Mark for his advice and availability! Gwen
I used to do a lot of metal. Perfect to put well-chosen accents. Perhaps the best model for the HHX series! Since I replay the rock, I am separated, but the memory of this cymbal with a short blast was just perfect. The gross appearance (specific to HHX) gives his rebellious and strong side, which has never discredited during use. A highly recommend.
How long have you use it? 6 months of fairly intensive What is the particular feature you like best and least -More: Fully customizable: XY pad, knobs, velocities, Getting started is really instinctive, one branch is assigned, you can play, The ROLL button FLAM and coupled with assignable touchpad in X and Y (plus your imagination) can give really surprising effects! Size that allows it to fit into a laptop bag, no more need for AC outlet USB: handy for mobile. The bright pads: its useless but it is pretty, Cons: Fragile, having bought used the difference in velocity between the pads that you play the most versus the least we play it arises. the only two knobs frankly not enough "precise" that make casi-useless, really unfortunate. The XY pad deserved to be more hair to fully enjoy But minimal latency when playing rhythm unfortunately it feels How would you rate the quality / price? 100th was used (black version) is better too difficult to complete, a good product, I doubt life though ... With experience, you do again this choice? ... Very fun to play, instinctive, and cheap, so yes without hesitation but perhaps because the sensitivity of the new pads as the time posed a problem (noted it is deactivated with a single button)
I'm used to the HHX series, while the acquisition of Charley was a logical route. For 6 months now, I use it because of repeated weekly. Its powerful and rough appearance. It fits perfectly for rock. I am satisfied. Now the price seems too high to me, even though I know it is the high-end from the manufacturer.
Strat modernized form. The one I tried was black. Asian manufacturing. 22 frets, HSS configuration, one volume, one tone. 5-way switch. Vibrato. Lightweight and well finished. Maple neck and rosewood fingerboard. Mahogany body and maple. Link for more info:
Vibrato Bigsby style but fits without modifying the guitar. So it's already a good start! It'll be 2 years that I use on a Flying V 98, as it is a limited edition I did not want to distort the guitar. I tried some vibrato (Bigsby, Fender, floyd), and this one is really surprising: ultra soft, light and perfect agreement provided to lubricate the nut a little or have mechanical locking ^ ^ What I like: the mouth of the machine, holding agreement, flexibility, ease of installation The "-" Maybe a little pricey I would do this choice on several of my guitars, if I had the money ^ ^
The product was recommended to me by a fellow musician. I bought it at Rennes in Level Crossing where I was assured that it was a Plug In Plug n Play reliable and efficient. It has never worked despite numerous correspondence with Arturia and the dealer. He always crash Cubase 5 full version, then Cubase 6 on a very powerful station. Steinberg refers to Arturia gives me some indication of configuration settings in Cubase and Arturia, but the product is unusable. I asked after a little over a year that my refund. I obviously recommend.
I began by computer music I needed to register on my pc my voice and some guitars. it seemed to me a great deal. this is. the version I have is the fastTrack before, not the one in the photo. is the design that changes the characteristics do not change. comes with a simplified version of Ableton Live 6 at the time, once connected, it worked directly.
Everything has already been said, but we will start: Body and mahogany / nitro lacquer Rosewood key 22 frets 2 Gibson humbuckers (490R / 498T) 2 volume / 2 tone (a couple micro) 3-position toggle switch Made in USA Difficult to give a note about this kind of topic for a guitar. We will put 10 because if you want a guitar to meet the spec: everything is
pedal switches 2, one for the trigger and the other end to the boost. This is a pedal with two channels: an overdrive, a distortion, via a small switch. boost foot switchable and adjustable intensity. noise reduction through small snap switch, with adjustable via a small screw in the pedal. all analog and especially lamp! true bypass. power is supplied.
Simple installation cd with a USB as a serial number and authorization. J have an old PC but still acceptable but the software application of power ... J buy a Mac later! ;)
Transistor amp simulator amps clean a metal ... He was a 50w memory! J had hesitated with spider 1 ... (Yes this time!) But seeing your head spin with groups like korn, fear factory ... I wanted to approach these sounds m ... I have found the not bad ... The only problem was a vibration in hp distortion or high volume ... C was the beginning of a long way and line6 and progress has been made! The connection consisted of midday, an external speaker (from memory) the footswitch and the effects of different reverb / echo / flanger / phrasing / auto swell settings ... A good amp for beginners!
No MIDI!! Incredible! Few sounds, but an excellent piano sound (it's a bit on the main type of model) I am not using other sounds, whatever sometimes a little Rhodes is correct. Keyboard 88 keys feel very nice and easy to play (for only 11Kg)
I just bought a tung ground I had a lot of opinions on the subject, I tried in my preamp and there misery, its metallic clack clack limit cold compared to my old JJ nothing to do, in fact I think people who leave opinions as Super, fabulous etc ... should indicate the style of music they make, and I think this type of lamp is used for metal screaming crying screaming bloody bloody death trash etc ... so not too much planned for his ZZtop rock type, at least save your euros and if you want a warm sound prefer JJ electro harmonix.
Manufacture: Asia Type: Electric Bass Form: Type P-Bass Body: Basswood Handle Type: Screw Neck: Maple Rosewood Number of Strings: 4 Number of Frets: 20 Bridge: Vintage Pickups: 1 P-Bass Electronics: Passive Volume Control: 1 Tone control: 1 Mechanical: Standard Hardware: Chrome Finish: Vernie Colour: Black (Source: Milonga)
Initially I approached the DMX lighting console with Showtec 2412 as a facility for comfortable but the possibilities I quickly found limited by the number of DMX channels used, there are projectors that mobilize 10 channels of 12 is here short. So I went on a DMX interface on PC. My choice was oriented ADJ MyDMX because the side of price and features, this material seemed interesting. First, ergonomics may appear confusing, but with time to adapt handling becomes quite intuitive. With DMX must apply the image of the train and these wagons, each wagon is a projector that is added to the train, each car has compartments corresponding to the number of DMX channels. The big problem with this protocol is that once in place in the train it is possible to change a projector without shifting the following address and not disrupt programs. Aside from this dmx computer offers many possibilities. Mydmx1 this software is for small programming ranges because at above 200 or 300 is not that complex. The stability of the driver is problematic and can cause crashes, the latest in June 2012 seems a little more stable, but in XP you must disconnect and reconnect the USB for the interface is active, not very reassuring. Conclusion product allows learning dmx computer, but for intensive use, it is best to turn to professional products but the price is not the same.
Hello everyone! I play the harmonica for a lil while, my little darling is the marine band crossover, for its power, because it ets a marine band, and especially the best set of plants for overbends I've ever met. So much for the presentations. I just got the overdrive, and ... Wow! It's just awesome. First, a few weak points: - The grip is a bit confusing, but with a little practice, chaqun should find a position that suits him. - It is not put in the hands of novice (this is a personal opinion), I think it is better to learn first "old". And if not, I feel I have a new tool in the hands. Apart calssiques alterations, if you mouth the right holes with your fingers, you can access: - The "normal" overbends, - Alteration to zm (but less attractive it is true) of valved harps (which I had just bought a pro master valved to try, pfff ... it's smart!) - And even at zm overbends (when sucked into the holes 1-6 and blow holes in 7 to 10) Is all a range of new sounds to explore, lots of notes redundant for more expressiveness in short, happiness! It is also worth pointing out that any "normal" notes (including impairment) sound like a good blues harmonica (which is not the case of many harps unconventional) In short, it is my pleasure to be able to play a good old color 10 holes. Oh and the look is nice. For cons, I am very disappointed by the fragility of the box that serves as case: broken when the package arrives ... One of the pages that gave me want to buy (in English text): http://www.patmissin.com/ffaq/q25.html
Purchased in 1979, still in operation: the reliability and quality are waiting for you. It is in good range of equipment, musical characteristics were excellent and always face the correct CD ;-) I changed the belt twice, only wearing part. I changed the cell for Shure M95EDM that suits me well. Anyway the original cell was not terrible in my memory (distant). I had other decks before it, and once I got my Thorens I have changed more. I must say that I reduced listening to vinyl with the arrival of CD, but I still have a collection of hard trad. who have never been emerged on CD and I always enjoy ... and "CLOCS and scratches" black discs. Pros: reliability, musicality, look (deliciously 80ies), parts always available ... the -: very sensitive to movements despite his heavy plate on suspension.
Bought in 2012 on a whim (a promo ...) to illuminate a small stage. It's nice and RGB LEDs are powerful enough but it's still a small effect 6 x 5 watts ... therefore not intended to illuminate a scene, but to add to a traditional lighting (or LED) or to host a party "at home". So the record is nice, but it's still expensive for its price (about 300 euros). I love the ease of implementation and simple, automatic programs. The link 230 is also significant. Quite powerful LED. I do not like: as mentioned above, it is an effect. As such I find it expensive, or not powerful enough for its price.