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  • parafusoparafuso

    Digital 1 DJ PCDJ DEXPublished on 04/10/10 at 05:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I wanted to try this app on a laptop. (3 years of age, 2ghz, 2GB RAM) for personal use or small ries nice (kind birthday ...)
    I have a Controller reloop DJ2 IE.
    This software which looks beautiful, plays mp3 and m4a (songs purchased from iTunes) and can browse the library itunes.


    GETTING STARTED

    The installation, though, nothing really mchant.
    Config the sound card is fairly flexible, you can choose 2 sound cards ...
    Config noon bein must stick to it like any software, it's a bit boring. But there is an xml file for my reloop which offers a basic mapping but that has the merit of operating the Controller in 2 clicks. (Thank you for your mixvibes demo free MIDI!!)
    There is a …
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    I wanted to try this app on a laptop. (3 years of age, 2ghz, 2GB RAM) for personal use or small ries nice (kind birthday ...)
    I have a Controller reloop DJ2 IE.
    This software which looks beautiful, plays mp3 and m4a (songs purchased from iTunes) and can browse the library itunes.


    GETTING STARTED

    The installation, though, nothing really mchant.
    Config the sound card is fairly flexible, you can choose 2 sound cards ...
    Config noon bein must stick to it like any software, it's a bit boring. But there is an xml file for my reloop which offers a basic mapping but that has the merit of operating the Controller in 2 clicks. (Thank you for your mixvibes demo free MIDI!!)
    There is a pdf manual in English.


    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The software seems pretty stable (at least I have not had a crash during the reading and manipulation unlike Deckadance example with which I sometimes crashes). But it takes a lot of CPU resource (to be said that the default skin is beautiful and this probably explains that.) The PC therefore tends to be heated!
    The calculation of BMP function (unlike Mixvibes) on the other hand for ear sync it. Level sync there is no help as in Deckadance example. `
    For the effect is not Folichon, a is not those of traktor. But there are a few (filtered echo delay).


    OVERALL OPINION

    I even specific on when it's the demo version (15 days) but obviously the demo has no limitations in functionality.
    I also tested other apps (which I deckadancce license, Traktor, VDJ demo and cross demo).
    Most
    - Excellent skin default
    - Config sound card and midi
    - Read m4a (aac itunes)
    - A calculation that works rather well bpm
    - The arrangement of decks and reading list editable
    - 4 deck available (2 main and 2 decks for simplified play samples by exemeple)

    Least
    - Confirm stability because ...
    - ... CPU requests that heats the PC
    - Effects (but there is a dj)
    - Community almost non-existent (I'm only trying PCDJ Dex ????)

    I think that is more PCDJ fate of those who want enchainer electro sional in that those who want to scratch the beat or torture (cue loop etc. ...).
    Now your reviews / expriences are welcomed too.
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