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Magix Digital DJ

Audio Interface for DJ from Magix

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maniteenmaniteen

very well

Magix Digital DJPublished on 08/19/10 at 03:43
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replacing VDJ because I wanted a DJ program that can perform the transition only title from a playlist, what more do VDJ 6.

more attracted by the very function muffin title search approaching the past.

UTILIZATION

no problem of any crash staibilité

GETTING STARTED

I used it in real at a barbecue at a friend, all went well, we just prepared the playlist in advance

OVERALL OPINION

title search function by muffin is excellent, it helps a lot for preparing playlist
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Rj_4000Rj_4000

Magix Digital DJPublished on 09/20/10 at 09:04
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I needed some background music for a barbecue followed by a concert.

I was looking for an app that would allow me to introduce a playlist and handles himself in the mix.
Obviously, it can do that.
The "analysis" and "recommendation" is nice too.

Need Extra ASIO driver to pass the tracks of 2 decks (+ the preview) in different channels of the mixer used for the concert (Yamaha DM1000). Small detail: the interface card (MY16-Audinate AUD) only accepts 48kHz (not 44.1kHz of all CDs ...). Not a problem here!

PC: laptop HP Elitebook 8730W 2x2.8GHz Windows 7 / 64 bit 2GB RAM ...

UTILIZATION

See below

GETTING STARTED

Installed without problem. Setup is easy and intuitive.

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I needed some background music for a barbecue followed by a concert.

I was looking for an app that would allow me to introduce a playlist and handles himself in the mix.
Obviously, it can do that.
The "analysis" and "recommendation" is nice too.

Need Extra ASIO driver to pass the tracks of 2 decks (+ the preview) in different channels of the mixer used for the concert (Yamaha DM1000). Small detail: the interface card (MY16-Audinate AUD) only accepts 48kHz (not 44.1kHz of all CDs ...). Not a problem here!

PC: laptop HP Elitebook 8730W 2x2.8GHz Windows 7 / 64 bit 2GB RAM ...

UTILIZATION

See below

GETTING STARTED

Installed without problem. Setup is easy and intuitive.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought two days ago!
This is my first app "DJ".

I had very little time to familiarize myself with the interface but it worked nickel!

Dazns Overall, the mixing capabilities are impressive!

There's many details qq (slightly) annoying:
For example, I usually start the sound by pressing the space bar (this is the case in the style apps Wavelab, Reaper etc..), Which does not work here.
Also, I find that the selection of pieces and the formation of the library and publishing it could be more intuitive ...
And, for that matter, I would like the EQ settings are reset to 0 when you double-click the cursor ...
Ah yes, so when I tried to close the app, there's the selection windows directory that are hidden behind and I could not ... noted before (Annoying when you want smith Reaper to record the concert.)
Finally, the "analysis" ... Why her reanalysis of the tracks she has already discussed before? There's probably something ...

But hey, I confess, I nitpick: Overall, this app really impressed me! Especially for the price.

And the sound? Ben on a sound system for 600 people, this hard! Well, it has little to do with the app, I confess. ;-)

Well, let's be clear (this is the case to say): this app is just a tool. He will never fully replace a DJ pro to really "set fire" in a box!
(But it could very well use this app to do it ... with its jurisdiction over).
But for a little background music while you do serious things (like eating after installing the sound and balance, and before the concert), it makes the taf. And that, it is worth 30 zeuros! ;-)

More seriously, the possibilities of soft, beyond automatic mixing, seem interesting enough to permit or at least greatly facilitate the work of DJs, both amateur and pro.
But not DJ myself, take this advice for what it is ...
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PictocubePictocube

Simple, fun, cool

Magix Digital DJPublished on 11/10/10 at 02:39
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I was looking for something to fool around with friends, something better than iTunes to play playlists ...

What made me buy the automix is very effective, the recommendation and low price. It is a soft "not serious" ...

I use it only from my mac and its stupid sound card. If I want to do more, I Traktor ...

Stable software instalation

UTILIZATION



GETTING STARTED

simple mac. General configuration is very simple, manual useless to anyone who has already spent 2 minutes on what kind of soft.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few weeks, I had to use it 3-4 times and for recreational use is ideal.
The value for money is good, it might be cheaper but it will pourun € 30 is...…
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I was looking for something to fool around with friends, something better than iTunes to play playlists ...

What made me buy the automix is very effective, the recommendation and low price. It is a soft "not serious" ...

I use it only from my mac and its stupid sound card. If I want to do more, I Traktor ...

Stable software instalation

UTILIZATION



GETTING STARTED

simple mac. General configuration is very simple, manual useless to anyone who has already spent 2 minutes on what kind of soft.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few weeks, I had to use it 3-4 times and for recreational use is ideal.
The value for money is good, it might be cheaper but it will pourun € 30 is still slightly soft.

I would do this choice, but again, for a single use. If you want blender to be there, nobody will DJ with this thing.
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  • Manufacturer: Magix
  • Model: Digital DJ
  • Category: Audio Interfaces for DJs
  • Added in our database on: 06/02/2010

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