Goodbye turn tables...

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Goodbye turn tables...

Post by lien » Tue Jun 29, 2010 11:06 am



Not quite there yet tho. Will be one day. 3mins 50'ish in.

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by champion puffa » Tue Jun 29, 2010 11:33 am

not quite there yet......... but close!!!


deffo pushing boundries now..


check this one out....

mixing on the dex in the bedroom - while in the garden!!!!


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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by warpedcore » Tue Jun 29, 2010 12:19 pm

superb !! right thats it selling my stantons and getting a couple of i pads instead :lol:

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by J3D » Tue Jun 29, 2010 12:50 pm

since it's actually been run by serato and the ttm57sl

the cost of 2 ipads is more expensive then 2 turntables is it not ?

£429.00 x 2 for the ipads which is the cheapest 16gb ones
i think id rather spend less and actually have real turntables !

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by Matt Clarke » Tue Jun 29, 2010 1:13 pm

Lien wrote:

Not quite there yet tho. Will be one day. 3mins 50'ish in.
Even has the raver's white gloves!

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by champion puffa » Tue Jun 29, 2010 1:15 pm

Matt Clarke wrote:
Lien wrote:

Not quite there yet tho. Will be one day. 3mins 50'ish in.
Even has the raver's white gloves!

:lol:

i thought that.... then thought about the young dnb / dubstep / whatever comes next DJs wearing white gloves in the club as they play....... just not gonna happen is it.

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by J3D » Tue Jun 29, 2010 1:46 pm

im sure technics are not the only company that makes turntables !
besides im sure people can source them cheaper then that

but honestly that price is a disgrace you could have MK5's for that
the previous year ! thats us / jap import tax for yeah must of rocketed since.

still id rather pay the extra 60 brick !

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by DJ_Nik_Gnashers » Tue Jun 29, 2010 3:28 pm

Lien wrote:

Not quite there yet tho. Will be one day. 3mins 50'ish in.
LOAD OF SHIT :D

Seriously though, If they are pushing the bounderies and inventing new ways to mix dancemusic, why the fuck have they got image of a vinyl record on them ?
Surely if they want to be cutting edge, the last thing they should do is try and emulate something thats about 80 years old ffsk.
Technology marches on, and I agree things need to evolve, BUT stop making all these new apps and gadgets look like old technology. I'll stick with my technics for the next 30 years thanks :-P

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by livvy » Tue Jun 29, 2010 3:47 pm

DJ_Nik_Gnashers wrote:
Lien wrote:

Not quite there yet tho. Will be one day. 3mins 50'ish in.
LOAD OF SHIT :D

Seriously though, If they are pushing the bounderies and inventing new ways to mix dancemusic, why the f*ck have they got image of a vinyl record on them ?
Surely if they want to be cutting edge, the last thing they should do is try and emulate something thats about 80 years old ffsk.
Technology marches on, and I agree things need to evolve, BUT stop making all these new apps and gadgets look like old technology. I'll stick with my technics for the next 30 years thanks :-P

I dont think so I think its neat, way forward Nik way forward

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by electric tribe » Tue Jun 29, 2010 4:28 pm

nice toys, but one of the best parts for me djing at home or out is using records.

Before anyone wants to argue with me that serato is the bollox.......

For me.... it is the manipulating of a physical device, aswell as the feel of vinyl, the memories each and every record have for me (where i found it, places i have played it and reaction, where i first heard it, and the way it makes me feel when i hear it), searching through stacks of my tunes to find just the right one for that moment in time and not of a playlist, and the actual searching and hunting a tune down on vinyl and the elation of actually finiding it that all form part of the xperience for me.

Not to say vinyl is better alone there are other options that work but don't offer me the whole package of what using vinyl means to me.

Its the start to finish process that really drives my passion for music.

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by Restless » Tue Jun 29, 2010 4:39 pm

@ Electric Tribe - Very well said mate.

That's exactly how i feel about vinyl.

Granted that, being a vinyl only dj nowadays is like a novelty, i don't care.

On the flipside of that though, that i-pad vid looks like it wll be awesome.

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by warpedcore » Tue Jun 29, 2010 4:44 pm

Was waiting for old fart Gnashers to kick off :lol:

Personally i think this is fantastic as one day vinyl whether you like it or not will become obsolete it's good to know that there will be software that can emulate vinyl albeit will not feel the same it can still be manipulated in the same way.

Good stuff imo

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by DJ_Nik_Gnashers » Tue Jun 29, 2010 6:29 pm

Warpedcore wrote:Was waiting for old fart Gnashers to kick off :lol:

Personally i think this is fantastic as one day vinyl whether you like it or not will become obsolete it's good to know that there will be software that can emulate vinyl albeit will not feel the same it can still be manipulated in the same way.

Good stuff imo
LOL keir, I am an old fart.
Livvy it IS the way forward I agree !
My point is: because its latest technology and the way forward - why make it look like an antique vinyl record ? Surely they could have come up with something visually fresh exciting and way-forward thinking instead of using a fukkin vinyl record image to manipulate lololol
Its sad :D

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by Ric » Wed Jun 30, 2010 9:57 am

DJ_Nik_Gnashers wrote: Surely they could have come up with something visually fresh exciting and way-forward thinking instead of using a fukkin vinyl record image to manipulate lololol
Its sad :D
Rotating boobs?

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Re: Goodbye turn tables...

Post by oldskoolforever » Wed Jun 30, 2010 11:00 am

Warpedcore wrote: one day vinyl whether you like it or not will become obsolete
can't see it myself, think it would have happened by now.

Prefer the feeling of physically manipulating the vinyl and the memories as well of hunting them down/parties etc.

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