Trance Forum | Stats | Register | Search | Parties | Advertise | Login

There are 0 trance users currently browsing this page
Trance Forum  Forum  DJing - CDJs Vs Digital Djing
← Prev Page
2 3 4 5 6 Next Page →
First Page Last Page
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on StumbleUpon
Author

CDJs Vs Digital Djing

mudpeople
IsraTrance Full Member

Started Topics :  113
Posts :  1785
Posted : Jul 31, 2010 08:00
Quote:

On 2010-07-30 13:18, Login wrote:
if you dont have an state of the art soundsystem witnout weak points, its really worthless to play anything above 16 bit wav.




My idea is its better to have too high quality than too low. Worst case is that 24 bit wavs sound like 16 bit.           .
Mike A
Subra

Started Topics :  185
Posts :  3954
Posted : Aug 1, 2010 01:58
1. There are so many factors affecting sound quality other than 16/24, so having the music as 24 bit is hardly an advantage.

2. I think that the sync button is a blessing. Yes, I know how to beatmatch, yes I can do it in about 20 seconds on the primitive CDJ-100s. Does it make me a better DJ? DJing isn't about beatmatch (or maybe it was 10 years ago). There is so much more to it.

3. Laptop mixing (or USB drive mixing on those new CDJs with USB) is so much more convenient than carrying loads of cds, and trying to find the one you want in the dark. Instead of spending half of the time looking for the record I want and then beatmatching it, then immediately going to the next one since I ran out of time, I can concentrate on the mix itself, add fx, or be creative.
BrainLizzard


Started Topics :  1
Posts :  779
Posted : Aug 1, 2010 07:18
Yeah? Who the hell beat-matches these days anymore? What a waste of time dat skill IS, meez pulse match, which isn't the beat per music... Why does bits between 16 - 24bit matter? What type of imprint are you trying to encourage? Blue-ray or not, you still see the movie...

It's really nice to see an artist make a post here, for a second usons was beginning to think the people on this thread were too much up in their heads... If your name is colored blue mister DEE JAY then you can call yourself an artist per the AUTHORITY, status Que... Make new terms before youenz debate such endless spottings..           


"If You Always Think What You've Always Thought, You Will Always Feel What You've Always Felt"
zafer
IsraTrance Full Member

Started Topics :  65
Posts :  290
Posted : Aug 1, 2010 19:16
trying to be constructive

http://www.mushroom-online.com/v2/?language=german&menu=welcome&sub=whats.up&art=109031
BrainLizzard


Started Topics :  1
Posts :  779
Posted : Aug 1, 2010 22:42
Quote:

On 2010-07-31 02:28, zafer wrote:

what does that mean in english please ?




It means can you tell me in english...Not follow what you mean in reference towards a discussion of cdj vs software useless post, did you mean thread? If not, then which post?           


"If You Always Think What You've Always Thought, You Will Always Feel What You've Always Felt"
daio


Started Topics :  7
Posts :  338
Posted : Aug 2, 2010 13:13
Quote:

On 2010-08-01 01:58, Mike A wrote:
1. There are so many factors affecting sound quality other than 16/24, so having the music as 24 bit is hardly an advantage.

2. I think that the sync button is a blessing. Yes, I know how to beatmatch, yes I can do it in about 20 seconds on the primitive CDJ-100s. Does it make me a better DJ? DJing isn't about beatmatch (or maybe it was 10 years ago). There is so much more to it.

3. Laptop mixing (or USB drive mixing on those new CDJs with USB) is so much more convenient than carrying loads of cds, and trying to find the one you want in the dark. Instead of spending half of the time looking for the record I want and then beatmatching it, then immediately going to the next one since I ran out of time, I can concentrate on the mix itself, add fx, or be creative.



fully agree!
selection and flow is the point to concetrate
but case organization can be very helpful too!
Mike A
Subra

Started Topics :  185
Posts :  3954
Posted : Aug 2, 2010 23:51
BrainLizzard, I have absolutely no idea what you are trying to tell me.
BrainLizzard


Started Topics :  1
Posts :  779
Posted : Aug 3, 2010 01:14
Quote:

On 2010-08-02 23:51, Mike A wrote:
BrainLizzard, I have absolutely no idea what you are trying to tell me.




Me don't have idea as well, maybe it's the CDJs Vs Digital Djing poop title dat has tossed me...

Meez was blending an USA thread topic issue here, sorry to have confused us both
          


"If You Always Think What You've Always Thought, You Will Always Feel What You've Always Felt"
Dennis the menace
Moderator

Started Topics :  128
Posts :  2899
Posted : Aug 3, 2010 09:36
CDJ's are all digital these days with usb, midi, rekordbox and they support HID for both traktor and serato.

So the best way to end a discussion is to contaminate it with facts
mk47
Inactive User

Started Topics :  118
Posts :  4445
Posted : Aug 3, 2010 09:50
Quote:


So the best way to end a discussion is to contaminate it with facts :P




nice :)
Cosmic Tandav
Trailoka

Started Topics :  67
Posts :  1026
Posted : Aug 3, 2010 10:50
cdjs vs digital djing??

wut about the tonium pacemaker ??

do any of u guys think of the pacmaker as a serious gadget to use instead of cdjs,vinyls,or laptop...?           https://soundcloud.com/hypnotiquerecordings
Cosmic Tandav
Trailoka

Started Topics :  67
Posts :  1026
Posted : Aug 3, 2010 10:51
@dennis

i love ur signature...           https://soundcloud.com/hypnotiquerecordings
Dennis the menace
Moderator

Started Topics :  128
Posts :  2899
Posted : Aug 3, 2010 11:21
Not sure the Peacemaker will come close to the other equipment because of its small size, but its a nice gadget for sure

Im thinking of trading my ipod for one :>
Lord Deo


Started Topics :  7
Posts :  215
Posted : Aug 3, 2010 17:20
Quote:

On 2010-08-03 09:36, Dennis the menace wrote:

So the best way to end a discussion is to contaminate it with facts




absolutely... and the facts are that none of these (digital, laptop or analog) really matter when it comes down to facing the people on the dancefloor. it's all about mixing skills, music collection and ability to entertain the people. synch button won't do that by itself, it wont read the crowd, won't select the most fitting track for the moment, and overall will not entertain the people. While many contemporary equipment offer lots of nifty little and unique features - it's up to the DJ how, when and where he/she should use them...           www.venomous2.com
www.myspace.com/venomous2
www.myspace.com/asymmetricnoisesyndrome
BrainLizzard


Started Topics :  1
Posts :  779
Posted : Aug 27, 2010 18:12
I remember when the big deal was going from turntables to Cd players which isn't the same as players to software.. Some may feel i'm wrong but go figure, the machine will win, its a given.v           


"If You Always Think What You've Always Thought, You Will Always Feel What You've Always Felt"
Trance Forum  Forum  DJing - CDJs Vs Digital Djing
← Prev Page
2 3 4 5 6 Next Page →
First Page Last Page
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on StumbleUpon


Copyright © 1997-2019 IsraTrance