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dj remy dj remy

«  a good tool! »

Publié le 10/06/13 à 01:15
Marketed in France in early 2000 software on an almost confidential.
Today he begins dating a little and it's true we did far better since!
There are nevertheless still a good tool for DJ!
The mine and its remote 4 Units in 19 inch rack still works perfectly after 10 years of fairly intensive use!

Of course, it can not function without sound card and I use it for stereo sound cards (USB key way) for each of the 4 outputs (plate 1, plate 2, plate 3 (machine jingle) and for pre-listening .

Reliable and easy to use this software and its comprehensive remote remote (RCP2001) to create its virtual nightclub by classifying securities by name, genre, bpm, year, etc. ..
It also allows users to create their course reading lists (play-lists) of the storing, recording his sets to be able to repost then.
Point negative self without self-leveling mix works in tempo.
Positive, the remote control has a "machine jingles" in the case of a keypad located at the center and which can be assigned to each digit (9) a sample or a jingle, or even a piece that will not exceed two minutes.
Another positive point on the remote control, each of the two decks with six HOT CUE points for stalling and triggers "on the fly".

The software also allows the encoding of MP3 songs to the desired standard (128, 256 or 320 Kbps)
It is connected via the Internet to a music database that recognizes the cd's and titles of office. This convenient option saves a very significant time in the sessions encoding albums and compilations, we do not spend the time to titrate each of the pieces that we wish to encode the machine does it for you in one click .
BPM Studio also has a feature that lets you "re Tager" titles as you want.

You can also rework each piece with a separate editing function (for example when you want to, delete or shorten an intro version.

The updates are available, they are expensive, this is a drawback to this device that I do not know if that makes the German is still marketed today in France brand!
Mine is running XP (yes I know I could offer me updates to seven ... but at 170 euros SHIFT calms! ...)

UTILIZATION

The somewhat unclear and poorly translated instructions do not learn much about the possibilities of the camera but a little practice will become master quickly!

SOUNDS

Beautiful display, clear and complete information.

Reliable remote, practical and solid.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought expensive (1200 euros) software and remote control in 2002 if I remember correctly.

To disseminate and automatically mix tracks and play lists and to classify its tracks and create his club is a good tool.

At the time he had the merit of being one of the first software on the pro market and also have this remote (4U) comprehensive.
As I said it was much more efficient and much more affordable since price level but it is a good tool.

Used for those who want a gear quality and easy to use it can be a good deal!
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