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Slim Using Ableton Audio Controller Djing Interface Keith KMI KMix
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jp: soundcraft!
quip: I love Yamaha MG mixers. They are built well, sound pretty good. EQ and Aux Sends work well. The pre-amps arent noisey they a
Iololike: I came across the same question
zyxt: I have not really looked into them but that interface would be nice for a set in a dark club.
n9: My 88 key weighted controller (a Casio Privia 150 which is good and cheap) and my 1967 Fender Jazzmaster are essential.As f
Retape: I have a lot of synths, modular stuff, drum machines etc in my studio, but in a desert island situation it would definitely b
zfigz: for one, it can control 6 channels of midi. it's also super simple to use once you've wrapped your head around it's d
Jonas78: Must have = computer doh ;-) ...software-wise has to be Renoise on the top of the list, to channel protracker & fasttracker 2
TomPhonic: I am still very in love with the MachineDrum SP. I use it little for final works, but it is a much different way to switch ge
Juice: fl is incredibly simple to use even from the time that i was like 15 where my only prior experience making "beats" wa
bogdan: : what is it about FL that appeals to you so much? It seems to be one of those tools that has a massive following from
gorf: The only tool I still have that's been with me since the beginning is Reason, so I'll have to go with that. It's still my fav
zfigz: monomachine for me! bought one in 2007 and it's been the brain of my setup ever since.
Juice: my only MUST HAVES are a pc w/fl and a midicontroller. for 10+ years my controller of choice has been the korg microkontrol (
bogdan: Thanks for the tip . I'll have to look into that one.
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Mixer, Interface, Dropping, Firewire, Ideally
Mixer. Ideally I'm hoping to find something with a digital interface (Firewire even, or USB), but I'm dropping the FX criteria as it's really not that important. I'd also like to find something that's not so old, as I worry about warranty. Any recommendations please? ... more
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quip: I love Yamaha MG mixers. They are built well, sound pretty good. EQ and Aux Sends work well. The pre-amps arent noisey they aren't light (good) and relatively easy to fix. I have three knocking around MG12/4 is decent.
jp: soundcraft!
Headphones, Cocoon, Denon, Mixer
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Retape: I have a lot of synths, modular stuff, drum machines etc in my studio, but in a desert island situation it would definitely be computer + headphones. The rest of my stuff I consider a luxury.
n9: My 88 key weighted controller (a Casio Privia 150 which is good and cheap) and my 1967 Fender Jazzmaster are essential.As for software, I don't think that I could do a lot of what I do without Live. The way that you can patch things together in the mixer works very well where a lot of DAWs do not, the Looper plugin is perfect and has the ability to insert effects in the feedback loop, which is key.Aside from that I feel real connection to Echoboy and Decapitator from SoundToys, the FET compressor from Softube, the H910 for detuning and reaktor's (freaking ancient, like 15+ years old) 6-Rev reverb ensemble.